Religion and Society in Africa Scholar Database

Enter a keyword here
Namesort ascending Affiliation Title/Position Email Research Interests
Smith Francis Tettey University of Pretoria Rev Ecclesiology, poverty, Social development, leadership, ethics and penrecostalism
Shimeles Dejene Wolde Oikos Church Pastor Unreached people groups, Religious persecution, Religious freedom, Urban ministry or church planting movements or disciple making movements in urban context and so forth
Sammy M. Mutisya Maasai Mara University Senior Lecturer/Research Fellow Right Based Education, Inclusive Education, Right Based Project Programming, Learner Centered Education and Community Empowerment.
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
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.
Rhodian Munyenyembe Mzuzu University, Department of Theology and Religious Studies Lecturer Religion and African Values, Religion and contemporary issues; Church and state relationship; Religious freedom and education.
Rev Olujolu OLA-AKINNIYI Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso, Nigeria Baptist Ordained Minister Church History, Christian Missions, Religion Interactions (World Religions), Ecumenism, and any related topics.
Raymond Olusesan Aina, MSP he National Missionary Seminary of St Paul, Gwagwalada - Abuja 902101 Nigeria Rev. Dr. Restorative Peacebuilding, Religion, Violence and Transformation, Methodological Issues in African Thought, contemporary issues in ethics, Theology, Public policy and civil society.
Prof Mary-Anne Plaatjies van Huffel University Stellenbosch Prof Law and Religion, Receptive Ecumenism, Church polity
Philip Dunstan Baji St. John's University of Tanzania Right Reverend Dr. On Public theology; Ethics (Illicit Financial Flows and Tax Justice issues and civil issues.