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Upcoming UK Seminars 2017:
Canon Professor Dr. John Mbiti, a prominent and respected African theologian, will be giving a seminar at Lambeth Palace on 7th February 2017, on 'The Inevitable Meeting between Christianity and African Religion through Evangelisation and Bible Translation.' He will be giving a seminar at Durham on 8th February 2017 on 'Western Impregnation of Bible Translations in Kiikamba and other African Languages.' Professor Mbiti will also be speaking at the Church Mission Society in Oxford on 10th February on 'The Role of the Jewish (Hebrew) Bible in African Independent Churches.'
Muthuraj Swamy, Associate Professor in the Union Biblical Seminary, Pune, India, and Continental Editor for Asia for the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project, will be giving a seminar on 22nd February at Durham University and on 16th March at Lambeth Palace. His seminar is titled ''Indian Christian Reactions to Anti-Conversion: An Overview and Some Proposals.'
An article by Professor Kahwa Njojo, looking at the Anglican Church in the Congo. Please note, this article is in French.
A Seminar of the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project, given by the the Revd Dr Lydia Mwaniki at Durham University on 23rd November and Lambeth Palace on 24th November.
18/11/2016 An Interweaving
Bishop Graham's October Interweavings reflects on his visit to Rome for the 50th Anniversary of the Anglican Centre in Rome, and a lecture he gave at the Pontifical Urban University.
Rev. Dr. Emily Onyango
This paper uses historical methods to highlight the role played by women in the Anglican Church of Kenya. The main argument is that women have been central to missions since the inception of the Anglican Church of Kenya. Women played a key leadership role in the establishment of the Church. Women have also participated in decision making at different levels of the Church. The Anglican Church has played a major role in the empowerment of women.
This book review from Sindhu Joseph, of David C.I. Joy's book 'Overlooked Voices: A Postcolonial Indian Quest' explores a book that searches for the native voices that stood firmly for the freedom and emancipation of the people of God in India during the British Raj.
This review has also been published at Bangalore Theological Forum, Vol. XLVII, No. 2 (December, 2015).