The Bible in Africa: Transactions, Trajectories, and Trends

By Gerald O. West; Musa W. Dube | Go to book overview

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

David T. Adamo teaches Old Testament and was the former Dean of the Faculty of Arts at Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria. He is presently on leave of absence from the University, pastoring an African Baptist Church in Irving, Texas, USA. His current research interest is in the area of African Biblical Studies. <adamod@juno.com>

Dorothy Bloosi E.A. Akoto (nee Abutiate) teaches Old Testament/ Hebrew Bible and Christian Education in Trinity Theological Seminary, Legon, Accra, Ghana. Her research interests include gender in missions and hospital chaplaincy Clinical Pastoral Education. <adam200010@excite.com>

Eric Anum has completed his doctoral studies at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Glasgow, and is in the process of taking up a lecturing position in New Testament in the Department of Religious Studies, University of Cape Coast, Ghana. His research interest is in African biblical interpretation generally, but he is especially interested in the relationship between ordinary readers and scholarly readers. <eanum@hotmail.com>

Solomon K. Avotri has taught in Accra, Ghana, and is presently teaching Biblical Studies at Payne Theological Seminary, Wilberforce, Ohio, USA. His research interest is in the area of African biblical interpretation, with a particular focus on sickness and healing. <savotri@yahoo.com>

Robert P. Carroll taught Hebrew Bible and Semitic Studies in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. He had wide-ranging research interests and published extensively. He died suddenly in May 2000.

Philippe Denis teaches History of Christianity at the School of Theology, University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. He heads the Oral History Project, a research and development initiative which aims to recover the silenced memories of the Christian

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