African Theological Network Press benefits from a diverse board that brings in a wealth of international, scholarly, interdisciplinary and cross-confessional experience.
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.
The African Theological Network Press (ATNP), is an ecumenical venture, committed to serving the church in Africa and the Diaspora. Our commitment is to strengthen its life and witness through high-quality scholarly publications by African scholars, that address contextual mission concerns, and are accessible and affordable across the continent, as well as globally.
The ATNP vision is to advance theological discourse as we provide material for academics and church workers. Our focus areas aim to be relevant and responsive to the theological academic needs on the continent and beyond.ATNP publishes books in the following areas: Christianity and Society: Politics, Governance, Development, Economics, Ethnicity, Nationalism, Pan-Africanism, and Religious Pluralism History: Regional and Local Histories of Christianity in Africa and the African Diaspora Theology: Contemporary Issues in African Christian Theology and Mission Education: Christian Higher Education
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