Clone of The Africa Journal of Wesleyan Theology, Volume 2

The Africa Journal of Wesleyan Theology

This journal of pastoral theology targets those serving in the African context and regions of the Global South that have significant cultural convergence with Africa. It features writers who resonate with the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition of Christianity, and combines sound scholarship with insights from the practice of ministry.

Table of Contents

  • “‘Be holy, for I am holy’ toward an African holiness church” by Gift Mtukwa
  • “The Church: The spiritual hope against addiction” by Samantha Chambo
  • “Endure hardship: Suffering in the leadership of the Church of God” by Geoffrey Gertzen and Pelham Lessing
  • “The issue of spiritual power in African tradition and worldview and how the Church could respond” by Joseph kisoi masika
  • “Let them call for the elders of the church: Divine healing and the Church of the Nazarene in South Africa” by Gregory Crofford and Mashangu Maluleka

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