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Ancestral Worship and the Church in Africa
(Africa Journal of Wesleyan Theology, 2014)
Even after one hundred and fifty years of Christian missions in Africa, the ancestral cult is still a reality. This is not only the case among the un-churched but among Christians as well. A good number of African Christians ...
Christian-Muslim Dialogue with Particular Reference to Pentecostals and Muslims in Nairobi North District, Nairobi County, Kenya
(Academic Journals, 2018-12)
Interfaith dialogue is becoming a household name in our global society within the context of religious pluralism. Christians and Muslims are widely spread across the globe commanding almost a half of global population. ...
An Evaluation of Polygamy Policy in the Church of the Nazarene in Africa: Africa Central Field Case Study
Christians know that marriage is not an accident of history. Marriage is a gift from God and a key building block of human civilization. God instituted marriage as a concrete expression of his covenant love for ...
Gift Mtukwa, “A Reconsideration of Self Support in Light of Paul’s Collections”
(Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology, 2014)
Scholars have rightly recognized the importance of Paul’s collections and the fact that it is the one thing which he dedicated much of his time and energy. Paul’s collections reveal partly the economic relationship that ...