RESPONSES OF AFRICAN PENTECOSTAL CHURCHES TO AFRICAN REFUGEES IN DÜSSELDORF BETWEEN...

The regularity and complexity of the contemporary refugee crisis makes religious response crucial. This dissertation investigated African Pentecostal Churches’ (APCs) response to the plight...

ABBOT ʿĔNBĀQOM AND ISLAM : THE HISTORICAL-THEOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ANQÄS’Ä AMIN’S...

Abbot ʿĔnbāqom (1470-1565) was a Yemeni convert to Christianity. He witnessed Ethiopia's Islamic conquest by Ahmad Ibn Ibrahim al-Ghazi (Ahmad Grāñ) in the sixteenth...

CHURCH, STATE AND THE ETHICAL IMAGINATION : A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY OF...

The implementation of Article 8 in South Sudan’s Constitution is inconsistent. It stipulates the separation of religion and state and the equal treatment of...

TRANSFORMING MUTUALITY IN A THEOLOGY OF MISSION: A MISSIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF...

In this missiological, creative, and contextual case study, the use of the slogan or watchword, ‘the evangelization of the world in this generation’ is...

REVISITING PENTECOSTAL SPIRITUALITIES WITH REFERENCE TO AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGIOUS PRACTICES AND...

This study examines prayer as practiced by Pentecostal churches in Ghana and the fact that new Ghanaian prayer practices are developing as variations of...

TOWARDS A CONTEXTUALISED CONCEPTUALISATION OF SOCIAL JUSTICE FOR POST-APARTHEID NAMIBIA WITH...

This dissertation explores the question of universalised justice conceptions, applied to address post-apartheid contexts without adequate contextual analysis. Its central argument is that without...

COMMUNICATING THE GOSPEL IN A DIGITAL AGE : A CASE STUDY...

In response to the increasing use of digital media in daily life and church work, this study examines how the Anglican Church of Uganda...

AN EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF DISCIPLE-MAKING ON WORK ETHIC OF...

This study aimed to evaluate the extent disciplemaking processes of Ghanaian churches has led to the transformation of the lives of their church members,...

READING DEUTERONOMY 16-18 WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF NEPOTISM AND CORRUPTION IN...

Nepotism is described as an unjust, unethical, divisive and oppressive disparagement of the “other”, who is marginalized for kinship (family, tribal, ethnic, regional, or...