Religion and Society in Africa Scholar Database

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Alfred Koduah The Church of Pentecost Apostle Dr. Communicating the Gospel in Contemporary Society
Isaiah Majok Dau Sudan Pentecostal Church Bishop Dr. Theology of suffering, peace and reconciliation, community and church
Aloo Osotsi Mojola St Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya Professor of Philosophy and Translation Studies Belief Systems, epistemology, Language and Culture, Ethnicity and Statehood, Translation, Bible Translation, Bible in Church and Society.
Fednand Manjewa Mbwangi Society of Biblical Literature (SBL), Society of New Testament Society of Southern Africa (NTSSA), Pwani University, Kenya (a lecturer) and University of Cape Town, South Africa ( PhD Student) Reverend A Socio Rhetorical Analysis (SRA) of; (1) Jewish-Christian Relations in the late first century CE as inferred from the Gospel of Matthew, particularly the Sermon on the Mount (Matt 5-7); (2) the Ideology and Identity Politics in the Discourse of Early Christian communities.
Godfrey Walalaze Sebastian Kolowa Memorial University: Institute of Justice and Peace/ Youth Peacemakers Organization Rev Church and Society, Interfaith Dialogue, Youth, Systematic Theology and Development.
Roderick Hewitt School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics, University of Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa Professor Ecumenical Theology, Missiology, Systematic Theology, Church &Culture, Church & State, Rastafari Theology
Victor Igreja School of Arts and Communication, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Senior Lecturer, International Studies Religion and Violence; Rituals and Memories; Gender, Embodied Accountability and Social Transformation; Africa.
Hassan Mwakimako Pwani University, Kilifi, Kenya Associate Prof. Islam in Sub-Saharan Africa; Islam and Politics, Christian-Muslim Relations, Islam and the State, Islam and Modernity.
Tsawe-Munga wa Chidongo Pwani University School of Humanities and Social Sciences Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Lecturer Consultant in Inter-Religious Dialogue & African Religious Studies
John Azumah Professor of World Christianity and Islam, Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA Professor World Christianity, Islam, Missions, Christian-Muslim Relations, Interfaith Dialogue