Africans and Africa in the Bible: An Ethnic and Geographic Approach (Expanded Version)
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Africans and Africa in the Bible: An Ethnic and Geographic Approach (Expanded Version)  -     By: Tim Welch

Africans and Africa in the Bible: An Ethnic and Geographic Approach (Expanded Version)

Oasis International / 2021 / Paperback

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Africans and Africa in the Bible highlights where and how Africans and Africa have featured in the story of God and his people since ancient times. This book shows the presence and the participation of Africans in the biblical text, helping demonstrate that Christianity is not a "white man's religion" and that Christianity has deep roots in African soil.

It looks at all those in the Bible who can legitimately be considered as African, supporting its findings with both ancient and modern scholarship. Extensive appendices indicate precisely the African people and places mentioned either directly or indirectly in the Christian Scriptures, supporting the premise that Africans are not simply recipients of the Gospel message, but they are an integral part of it.

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Title: Africans and Africa in the Bible: An Ethnic and Geographic Approach (Expanded Version)
By: Tim Welch
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 200
Vendor: Oasis International
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
Weight: 7 ounces
ISBN: 1594527830
ISBN-13: 9781594527838
Stock No: WW527838

Publisher's Description

Africans and Africa in the Bible highlights where and how Africans and Africa have featured in the story of God and his people since ancient times. This book shows the presence and the participation of Africans in the biblical text, helping demonstrate that Christianity is not a "white man's religion" and that Christianity has deep roots in African soil.

It looks at all those in the Bible who can legitimately be considered as African, supporting its findings with both
ancient and modern scholarship.

Extensive appendices indicate precisely the African people and places mentioned either directly or indirectly in the Christian Scriptures, supporting the premise that Africans are not simply recipients of the Gospel message, but they are an integral part of it.

o Discover how God included Africa in his purposes
o Learn from biblical African forefathers
o Claim your ancient spiritual heritage as an African believer

Author Bio

Tim Welch served as a missionary in Côte d'Ivoire for 31 years with SIM (Serving In Mission), including 22 years as national director. He researched Africa in the Bible for his MA in World Christianity from Denver Seminary and obtained a Doctor of Transformational Leadership degree from UACA (Université de l'Alliance Chrétienne d'Abidjan) in Côte d'Ivoire. He has written practical theology books in French, helped edit the Bible d'etude africaine (CPE, 2015), and contributed to the Africa Study Bible (Oasis International, 2016). Tim lives in Colorado with his wife Janet and serves as the SIM Ministry Point Person for Literature.

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