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2017/2018 PROGRAMS

Rural scene in KenyaCOURSE OFFERINGS: 

The following is the list of courses that have been prepared by various lecturers for the 2017/2018 programs. Student pre-registration determines whether a particular course is taught. A separate booklet (Course Catalogue) is available with the course outlines and descriptions. It is sent to all who formally apply. All courses are taught on a post-graduate level. However, courses are open to undergraduates who are resident in Africa when it can be shown that a person has the skills to do post-graduate study.

 

2017/2018 SEMESTER PROGRAMS COURSE OFFERINGS

Classes taught on MONDAYS 1.30 pm - 4:45 pm

______ African Traditional Religion Interprets the Bible

______ Spirituality, Personhood and Psychotherapy in an African Context

______ Contemporary Political and Economic Realities in Kenya

______ Church in Contemporary Africa: Its Political, Social and Economic Situation

Classes taught on TUESDAYS 1.30 pm - 4:45 pm

______ Introduction to Islam in Eastern Africa

______ Gospel and Culture: The African Experience

______ African Cultures: An Overview* 

______ African Feminist/Womanist Theology: A Source for African Christian Theology

Classes taught on WEDNESDAYS 1.30 pm - 4:45 pm

______ Sociology of Development/Underdevelopment in African Religion

______ Introduction to East African Art

______ African Traditional Spirituality 

______ African Christian Theology: Historical and Systematic Development

______ Mission in Africa Today: Methods, Concepts, Practices and Challenges

______ Towards the Inculturation of Religious Community Life in Africa  

Classes taught on THURSDAYS 1.30 pm - 4:45 pm

______ African Traditional Religion: Major Beliefs, Practices and Contemporary Forms

______ African Marriage and Family: Challenge and Change

______ Introduction to East African Literature: Focus on Religious Conflicts

______ Justice and Peace in East Africa

Classes taught on FRIDAYS 1.30 pm - 4:45 pm

______ Ideology and Practice of Health Ministry in Contemporary Africa: Traditional and Western

______ African Independent Churches: Authentic Integration or Separation from Christianity

______ Sage Philosophy: The Root of African Philosophy and Religion

______ Moral Teaching and Practices of African Traditional Religion

 

2017/2018 IMMERSION PROGRAMS COURSE OFFERINGS

First Immersion Session

______ African Cultures: An Overview* 

______ African Traditional Religion Interprets the Bible

______ African Feminist/Womanist Theology: A Source for African Christian Theology

______ Contemporary Political and Economic Realities in Kenya

______ Sociology of Development/Underdevelopment in African Religion

______ Introduction to East African Art

______ Towards the Inculturation of Religious Community Life in Africa

______ African Christian Theology: Historical and Systematic Development

______ Spirituality, Personhood and Psychotherapy in an African Context

______ Gospel and Culture: The African Experience 

 

Second Immersion Session

______ African Cultures: An Overview* 

______ African Traditional Religion: Major Beliefs, Practices and Contemporary Forms

______ African Marriage and Family: Challenge and Change

______ Introduction to East African Literature: Focus on Religious Conflicts

______ Justice and Peace in East Africa

______ Church in Contemporary Africa: its political, social and economic situation

______ Introduction to Islam in Eastern Africa

______ Ideology and Practice of Health Ministry in Contemporary Africa: Traditional and Western

______ Sage Philosophy: The Root of African Philosophy and Religion

______ Moral Teaching and Practices of African Traditional Religion

______ African Traditional Spirituality

______ Mission in Africa Today: Methods, Concepts, Practices and Challenges

* The course, "African Cultures: An Overview," is repeated in each session as it is a required course for those in the Master degree and Diploma programs, and a popular course for students new to Africa.


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