Theological education for transforming Africa

Over the last century the Christians have risen from 9% to 54% of the population of Africa, yet it remains the poorest continent. How...

Transforming our Cultures: A Gospel Agenda

Mission as Transformation and The Church The understanding and expression of Christian mission as Transformation developed among Evangelicals since the first Lausanne Conference on World...

Equality, authority and the rejection of the liberal consensus

Baroness Hale, Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court and the most senior woman judge in the land, recently reviewed growing tensions between religion and UK equality law. Chris Sugden and Vinay Samuel review her lecture

Stellenbosch PhD Two-Week Seminar

OCRPL and Stellenbosch University Post-graduate researchers meet online for two weeks Church leaders in Africa, Asia and Latin America, especially in countries where Christians are...

Christian Ministry in the Context of Poverty

This post is old and archived in physical copy. Hence pdf version is only available for download Christian Ministry in the Context of Poverty  by...

Reflections on Islam and Christian Mission Today

Context The Contemporary contexts of Christian Mission to Muslim communities and individuals are varied, complex and challenging. In their self-understanding, their relations with people of...

Mission and Power

A significant amount of contemporary scholarship sees all social relationships as shaped by power. Power becomes the central interpretative key to understand social reality....

Faith communities ‘can help forge inclusive future for South Africa’

FAITH COMMUNITIES have a duty to help provide the civic education that can help forge an inclusive future for South Africa.

A Christmas Message from South Sudan – Archbishop Moses Deng

24th December 2017 2:41 pm by Hassan John.  The author, Archbishop Moses Deng, is a participant in the OCRPL/Stellenbosch University Ph D Programme. It is a phrase that you...

Bishop who visited Syria happy to be “useful idiot for Christ”

Church of England Newspaper May 4 Bishop Michael Langrish, the former Bishop of Exeter, was part of a group who visited Syria over the period...