Religion and Society in Africa Scholar Database

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Name Affiliation Title/Position Emailsort ascending Research Interests
Mary K. Walingo Maasai Mara University Vice-Chancellor Food security, Community Development, Culture, Human Rights, Freedom, Nutrition.
Prof Mary-Anne Plaatjies van Huffel University Stellenbosch Prof Law and Religion, Receptive Ecumenism, Church polity
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.
Malachy Ike Okwueze Department of Religion & Cultural Studies, University of Nigeria Professor Religion, Culture, Ethics and Values in Society.
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
Lamin Sanneh Yale University D. Willis Professor History History of religion in Africa; Cross-cultural studies; Religion, language & society; History of Islam
Robert K. Aboagye-Mensah Methodist Church Ghana and Pentecost Theological Seminary Past Presiding Bishop, Methodist Church Ghana; Currently, Director, Research Publication and Post-Graduate Studies, Pentecost Theological Seminary. Religion, Freedom and Society: the role of the Church.
Johannes Kritzinger University of South Africa (Unisa) Professor emeritus liberation theologies; the dynamics of interfaith encounters; religious communities as agents of change.
Wilhelm Weber Lutheran Church in Southern Africa Doctor of theology Language, Confession, Independence, Unity and Identity.
Alfred Koduah The Church of Pentecost Apostle Dr. Communicating the Gospel in Contemporary Society