As Christianity continues to shift to the global south, the gospel witness will be propagated from this continent. But what gospel will be proclaimed?
The continuing popularity of the Prosperity Gospel among African Christians arose from the fact that biblical metaphors have assumed new meanings in rapidly changing socio-economic situations. The emphasis on prosperity has become a powerful metaphor in negotiating wider socio-economic concerns.
Why does Neo-Pentecostalism flourish in Sub-Saharan Africa? It resonates with the African holistic mindset in its promises of personal well-being.
How does ‘seeding’ work when you cannot make God do anything? The answer lies in understanding the bible writers’ use of this agrarian term.
Today there is shameful materialism, deceit and selfishness among some men and women who were called by God. How then does one become a good and effective Christian leader?
I am a woman of faith and I am infertile. I share my story for every woman that is too ashamed to tell hers. I tell my story for the pastors that will be counseling these couples. I share my story because too many godly African women have told me not to share my story as it could damage my reputation and my husband’s ministry.
Neo-Pentecostalism distorts the Gospel and requires us to look at the important questions of “What does Christ’s atonement achieve?” and “How does Christ’s death relate to one’s relationship with the spirit world?”
Though denied by many who confess to be Christians, the dilemma of the original sin and human depravity is real and important.