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|Title: African Christian Ethics - eBook|
By: Dr. Samuel Kunhiyop
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Zondervan Academic
Publication Date: 2019
Stock No: WW100730EB
This is an introduction to African Christian ethics for Christian colleges and Bible schools. The book is divided into two parts. The first part deals with the theory of ethics, while the second discusses practical issues. The issues are grouped into the following six sections: Socio-Political Issues, Financial Issues, Marriage Issues, Sexual Issues, Medical Issues, and Religious Issues. Each section begins with a brief general introduction, followed by the chapters dealing with specific issues in that area. Each chapter begins with an introduction, discusses traditional African thinking on the issue, presents an analysis of relevant biblical material, and concludes with some recommendations. There are questions at the end of each chapter for discussion or personal reflection, often asking students to reflect on how the discussion in the chapter applies to their ministry situation.
Samuel Waje Kunhiyop is General Secretary of ECWA (Evangelical Church Winning All) and a visiting Professor of Ethics at Brigham University, Karu, Nigeria. He was previously Head of the Postgraduate School, South African Theological Seminary, and Provost and Professor of Theology and Ethics at Jos ECWA Theological Seminary (JETS). He holds a BA (JETS), MAET (Western Seminary, Portland, Oregon), and the PhD (Trinity International University, Illinois).
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