This book looks at Zambian Humanism from 1964 to 1991. Dr. Kenneth David Kaunda regarded it as Christian Humanism. This philosophy arose from the background of Colonialism, where Africans were not respected by the minority white populace. With his Christian background and upbringing, Kaunda saw this to be wrong. He understood very well that we all created in the image of God and have equal rights. This understanding made kaunda to embark on Christian Humanism that placed man at the centre of all activities. Hence the philosophy of Christian Humanism was born. After Kaunda was defeated by Chiluba in 1991, this philosophy of humanism was abandoned. This book analyse the political theology of KK which is commonly called Zambian Humanism.