A panel of academics and practitioners discuss the ways in which the education strategies of mission schools contribute to the development agenda of Africa.
Full text of the presentation by Sr Antoinette Opara for the conference outlining pragmatic and attainable ways quality education can be achieved and sustained in Africa
We argue that religious institutions should be tasked with intensifying their role as the moral conscience of society. If they do so the chances are that corruption would be drastically reduced.
Chatham House Africa report on the role of religion as a means of tackling corruption in Nigeria
In this paper Dr Charles Prempeh discusses the role religions are playing to stem the tide against the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ghana.
Dr Wariboko argues that the African ethic of "I-beg-you" has been misused and threatens economic development, and weakens law and order. It is in conflict with the Christian doctrine of forgiveness. It is time to reconstruct postcolonial African social ethics.
Dr Isabel Mukonyora talks about the traditional religious mythologies of the Karanga people of Zimbabwe and the role of the Shona women in expressing what Jesus was about, the message of Christianity and how we should be in this world.
Charles Prempeh argues that the while the church and state are involved in advancing development in Africa, the church should not be blamed for the ills of Africa.
Dr Marinus Iwuchukwu discusses the role of Christianity, Islam and tradition religions in the socio-political order of Nigeria.
In conversation with climate change activist and "Ecofeminist" Adenike Oladosu as she tells about her faith and about climate justice. She was a speaker at the 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP25).
A panel of academics and theologians present their thoughts on Christianity in contemporary Africa.
Nollywood actor Seun Kentebe compares Christian production companies with their secular counterparts.
School teacher, Olaitan Akinwoleola, suggests that teaching the values of tolerance may help create harmony between the ethnic and religious groups that make up Nigeria.
This essay highlights how the struggle within the Church of Nigeria between the indigenous worldwide view of its members and the western theology preached in the churches has impacted on the practice of the faith by Anglicans.