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African Christian Leadership   R350.00


Do you wish you had a better understanding of the issues and questions African Christians face as they seek to live out their faith in their cultural context? Do you wonder how Africans themselves frame these questions and their answers? Would you like access to actual research that can confirm your own experience or bring new information to your attention that would deepen and broaden your understanding?
This unique book, the product of a multiyear study and survey sponsored by the Tyndale House Foundation, offers insights into all these questions and more. Featuring input from over 8,000 African survey participants and 57 in-depth interviews, it provides invaluable insight and concise analysis of the dynamics of the development of African Christian leaders today.

ISBN: 9781783687060

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African Public Theology   R350.00


Africa needs leaders and Christians from every walk of life to rediscover their identity and purpose in all spheres of society. African Public Theology sounds a clarion call to accomplish this vital task. God created all humans equally, intending for us to live in community and take responsibility for the world around us – a mandate we need to act on. Through faithful application of Scripture to contexts common in the continent today,
contributors from across Africa join as one to present a vision for the Africa that God intended. No simplistic solutions are offered – instead African Public Theology challenges every reader to think through the application of biblical principles in their own community, place of work and sphere of influence. If we heed the principles and lessons that God’s word has for society, culture and public life, then countries across Africa can have hope of a future that is free from corruption and self-promotion and is instead characterized by collective stewardship and servant-hearted leadership.

ISBN: 9781783687664

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Books for download (Open Source – for FREE)

The following books on Child Theology

The following research material on Community Development


Resources for Theological Educaters

Reviews of recent Africa-related publications relevant for informed Christian reflection are provided for by Booknotes for Africa. Each issue offers 40 reviews, and to date BookNotes has published more than twelve hundred such reviews. The subscription rate is US$10 for four issues (airmail) to addresses within Africa, and $15 to addresses overseas. Send inquiries and orders to: BookNotes for Africa, c/o Dr. Rich Stuebing, 612 Messiah Circle, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 USA, or email to: