David Tonghou Ngong's A New History of African Christian Thought: From Cape to PDF

By David Tonghou Ngong

ISBN-10: 0415857546

ISBN-13: 9780415857543

ISBN-10: 0415857562

ISBN-13: 9780415857567

David Tonghou Ngong offers a accomplished view of African Christian notion that incorporates North Africa in antiquity in addition to Sub-Saharan Africa from the interval of colonial missionary task to the current. difficult traditional colonial divisions of Africa, A New background of African Christian Thought demonstrates that vital continuities exist around the continent. Chapters written by way of experts in African Christian concept mirror the issues—both historical and modern—in which Christian Africa has impacted the form of Christian trust from the start of the stream as much as the current day.


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