This book discusses how four African women theologians ? namely, Mercy Oduyoye and Teresa Okure from West Africa, together with Anne Nasimiyu and Teresia Hinga from East Africa ? participate in the inculturation debate. The scene has largely been set by two African male theologians, namely, John Mbiti and John Pobee with the main themes of Community and Christology respectively.The four women theologians highlight a holistic perspective, thereby opening up inculturation in African theology for critique and differentiation. They examine African culture and demonstrate an understanding of women as a distinct group with inherent varieties within this category. Further, they incorporate the experience of West and East African women in their perspective on inculturation thereby analyzing women''s subordination. They show a commitment to the emancipation of women within the framework of inculturation. Consequently, the four African women theologians'' perspectives contribute to gendering inculturation in Africa.