African Ways: A Christian Education Philosophy

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Urban Ministries Inc, Jan 1, 2001 - Christian education - 245 pages
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African Ways answers the questions of how we can use the African world view to structure Christian Religious Education. It's aim is to provide a theoretical and practical definition and outworking frame of communication
 

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Contents

Variety of Communal Religious Education
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q Chapter 2
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Chapter 3
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Chapter 4
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q Chapter
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q Chapter 6
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DR. A. OKECHUKWU OGBONNAYA holds a BA from Hillcrest Christian College in Alberta, Canada, an MA from Western Evangelical Seminary and an MA and Ph.D. from Claremont School of Theology. Dr. Ogbonnaya is a leading lecturer on African world views and their contributions to Christian thought and practices. He is currently the Vice President of Editorial for UMI, The African American Christian Publishing and Communication Co. in Chicago and editor of Precepts for Living-The UMI Sunday School Commentary.

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