Religion and Society in Africa Scholar Database

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Gishu Jebecha Ebissa Meserete Kristos College, Ethiopia Academic Dean Ethics, systematic theology and law
Girma Wojo Alalo Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus (EECMY) Reverend Biblical studies (New Testament), Leadership competency and Christian responses on social, political and economical affairs of a given country
Geleta Simesso Denga Lead Star Theological College, New Generation University College, Mekane Yesus Seminary, KAICIID Ass. Prof Religion and Society, Inter religious dialogue, Religious extremism, Peace and non state actors, Religion and Development and related topics.
Gabriel Obomese Nasarawa State University, Nigeria. Mr. Information Ethics/Religion and Society.
Fr Evangelos Thiani Orthodox Church - Kenya Senior Lecturer , Practical Theology and Development Studies Religion and Development currently on tasks surrounding Gender and Development and Theology/ Church and Development, Church and Politics etc
Felix Kang Esoh Presbyterian Church in Cameroon Pastor Religion and Culture
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.
Emmanuel Kwabena Ansah Kingdom Equip Network Rev. Dr. Church governance, ethics, ecumenism
Elisha P. Renne University of Michigan Professor Emerita Islamic reform movements in northern Nigeria (my book, Veils, Turbans, and Moral Imagination: Islamic Reform in Northern Nigeria, is in press with Indiana University Press)
Effiong Joseph Udo University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria Ph.D Biblical Studies (New Testament Studies), Hermeneutics and Exegesis, Social Justice, Critical Thinking, Dialogue and Human Relations, Gender Studies as well as Ecumenism.