List from All Articles and Interweavings containing the tag Africa
Public Failures and Hidden Successes: a Comparative History of Protestant Missions Five Centuries After the Reformation
Professor Alec Ryrie considers the history of the Protestant missionary movement, in particular in South Africa, Korea and China.
Canon Professor Dr John Mbiti gave this seminar for the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project at Lambeth Palace on 7th February 2017 and at Durham University on 8th February 2017.
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.
The Revd Dr Titre Ande Georges
A paper presented by The Revd Dr Titre Ande Georges, Bishop of Aru Diocese in Democratic Republic of the Congo, whilst on Sabbatical at Ridley College in Cambridge.
04/12/2015 An Interweaving
Inaugural Seminar of the Mission Theology project at Lambeth Palace, presented on 20 October 2015
A cursory look at African Christianity reveals at least two conspicuous phenomena. The first of these is the sustained exponential growth of Christianity within a relatively short period of time, with numbers growing from about 10 million in 1900 to just over half a billion in 2015. An equally noticeable phenomenon is the diversity of the different forms of Christian practices and teachings in Africa to the extent that it may be more accurate to see it as Christianities rather than Christianity.
31/08/2015 An Interweaving