Dr. Harvey Kwiyani is a Malawian scholar who teaches theology, mission and leadership. He focuses largely on contemporary mission in Europe and North America, intercultural theology, migrations, and African Christians in the Diaspora. He teaches at the Liverpool-Hope University and is also director of Mission Africanus.
Rev. Prof. Philip Laryea is a minister of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana and Associate Professor of African Theology at the Akrofi-Christaller Institute of Theology, Mission and Culture, Akropong-Akuapem. His teaching and research is on mother-tongue theology.
Dr. William Obaga is a Kenyan scholar who has done extensive research and teaching in music education, church music, and church history. His research interests also include African Christianity on the continent and around the world.
Dr. Cathy Ross is from Aotearoa/NZ. She lives in Oxford and is a tutor in contextual theology at Ripon College, Cuddesdon and MA Co-ordinator for Pioneer Leadership Training at CMS (Church Mission Society). She researches and teaches in the areas of mission, World Christianity, and contextual and feminist theologies. She is married to Steve, a GP and then have three children and two grandchildren.
Rev. Dr. Jean-Luc Enyegue SJ, is a Cameroonian Catholic historian and priest. He is the Interim Director of JHIA and Professor of Church History at Hekima University College. His Ph.D from Boston University School of Theology is on the history of the Jesuits in West Africa amid the politics of Africanization.
Prof. Peter Knox is a South African Jesuit priest who has taught systematic theology in Johannesburg and Pretoria, and since January 2013, in Nairobi, where he is the deputy principal for academic affairs at the Hekima University College. Peter's doctoral work was in AIDS, (Southern) African traditional religion, and the Christian mystery of salvation. His most recent writings have been about Christian environmental ethics.
Dr. Angus Crichton is involved with SPCK's work to support the creation of theological publications in the global south, that are relevant to those contexts. He is a research associate with the Cambridge Centre for Christianity worldwide.
Rev.Dr. Wilfred Sumani SJ is a Malawian Catholic scholar and priest. He is a professor of Liturgy at the Hekima University College in Nairobi Kenya. His area of specialisation is the intersection between the Bible and liturgy. He also researches the role of ritual in economics in Africa.
Prof. Gillian Bediako is the deputy rector at the Akrofi-Christaller Institution of Theology, Mission and Culture in Ghana. Her field of scholarship, in which she lectures, supervises and writes, is primal religion in the interface with Christian faith throughout Christian history. She is also the editor of the Journal of African Christian Thought and of the imprint, Regnum Africa.
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