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  1. Byang Kato
    Byang Kato
    ISBN: 9781839736674
    £28.99

    In this in-depth study of the legacy of Byang Kato, Dr. Foday-Khabenje traces his extraordinary life from a boyhood immersed in African traditional religion to his conversion to Christianity as a young man, his global leadership within the evangelical church, and the long-lasting impact of his prophetic voice. In an age that seeks to de-emphasize the uniqueness of Christ, Kato’s testimony of...

  2. A Free Church in a Free State
    A Free Church in a Free State
    ISBN: 9781839736520
    £24.99

    How does Christ call his people to engage the societies, cultures, and politics of the nations they call home? Bridging cultures and time periods, Dr. Surya Harefa brings Abraham’s Kuyper’s ecclesiology to bear on questions of Japanese Christian engagement within the political sphere. Harefa offers a contextually robust exploration of evangelical Japanese approaches to ecclesiology and...

  3. The Cross or Prosperity Gospel
    The Cross or Prosperity Gospel
    ISBN: 9781839735356
    £19.99

    Are Christians meant to experience suffering? Christ is risen, the kingdom of heaven is at hand, yet sickness, poverty, and persecution continue to be daily realities for Christians around the world. In this study of martyrdom and persecution in the early church, Rev. Dr. Boamah reminds us that there is no Christianity without a cross and that suffering has played a prominent role in church...

  4. Christianity in Central Tanzania
    Christianity in Central Tanzania
    ISBN: 9781783687787
    £28.99

    This book underscores the significance of oral tradition in African historiography and challenges the claim that foreign missionaries succeeded in destroying African cultures, when they are in fact alive and well. This much-needed research also provides a model for dialogue between the perspective of Christian missions and that of African religious and social heritage in order to continue...

  5. Perception and Identity
    Perception and Identity
    ISBN: 9781783686346
    £31.99

    Ethiopia is an icon of freedom and indigenous Christianity across Africa due to its historic independence, ancient Christian identity and rich religious heritage. However, Ethiopia and its various Christian denominations have their own understandings of this identity and how these communities relate to one another. In this detailed study, Dr Seblewengel Daniel explores the perception and...

  6. Pursuing an Elusive Unity
    Pursuing an Elusive Unity
    ISBN: 9781783686445
    £24.99

    Dr Munyenyembe skillfully explores both historic and contemporary challenges to the unity of the CCAP, and raises the question of whether the CCAP truly functions as a single denomination or could better be understood as a loose federation of five distinct churches. In this objective yet astute account, Munyenyembe gives voice to the CCAP’s complex history, present reality, and future potential.

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