The Current Need for Theological Education in Africa

Our own Dr. Jeremiah Mutie Ph.D, writings were featured on Whitefields.org. Dr. Mutie’s work is featured in this article. 

One of the most compelling facts about the state of present-day Christianity is that it is growing by leaps and bounds in the third world. A growing number of observers clearly recognize, for example, the fact of the explosion of the church in the poorest continent on earth: Africa. For example, Drs. Mark Shaw and Steve Morad of Africa International University, Nairobi, Kenya, concurred in a slightly dated documentary by the Africa Inland Mission (AIM), that the African Church might be the most dynamic church in the world today (Leadership Development: Africa Inland Mission CD, 2003).

The Current Need For Theological Education in Africa

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