This book brings together for the first time a collection of articles written by leading historians on the history of Christianity in West Africa from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the present day.
The articles have been carefully selected by the editor to ensure that all the most important issues discussed by historians in this field are covered. The main theme of the collection is to show how African communities which had their own religions and established instruments of social order came into contact with a new religion, Christianity, and how they responded in a variety of ways to this external agent of change.
By making accessible in one book such a comprehensive collection of articles, this work will be of great benefit to students following the WAEC A-level courses on the history of Christianity in West Africa. The book will also appeal to students in universities and colleges who are interested in the development of Christianity in the region, and who wish to know more about the issues facing the Christian Church in West Africa today.



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: 0582603595
: O.U. Kalu
: Paperback
: Longman