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How do Africans read the Bible?

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This weekend I started Philip Jenkins’ fantastic (and very readable) The New Faces of Christianity: Believing the Bible in the Global South. He traces the issues that have divided the global Christian world in modern times: gender, sexual morality and homosexuality, and looking for reasons for why ‘the West’ and […]

Tanzanian universities today

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Part 5/6 in a series on the history of Tanzanian universities So far, we’ve covered a bunch of historical info about education and politics in Tanzania: postcolonialism, founding and accreditation, the 1960s-70s and 2001 onwards. What does this mean for universities in Tanzania today? One writer has described Tanzanian universities […]