From Tertullian to Tutu: 2000 Years of Christian History in Africa & Their Christianity

Speaker(s): Andrew Walls
Date: July 14-25/03
Length: 15:37:22
Product ID: RGDL3313S

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Description

This course emphasizes African Christian initiatives and Christian interactions with differing cultural and religious settings. It aims to develop understanding of Africa's place in Christian history as a whole, and to explore its significance for Christian mission and witness today both in that continent and elsewhere. Lectures include:

  • Introduction
  • Africa Indigenously Christian
  • Ethiopia
  • North Eastern Africa
  • A Tale of Three Continents
  • Nova Scotia Religion
  • Sierra Leone
  • South Africa
  • Christianity in East Africa
  • William Wade Harris and into WWI

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Andrew Walls is the Curator for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World at the University of Edinburgh and the Director of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies at the University of Aberdeen. Recent books include The Missionary Movement in Christian History and The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History.

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