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Culture Change in Ethiopia

An Evangelical Perspective

Alemayehu Mekonnen

Regnum (2013), 199pp, ISBN: 1-9083.5539-3

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This book addresses the causes and the consequences of culture change in Ethiopia, from Haile Selassie to the present, based on thorough academic research. Although the book is written from an evangelical perspective, it invites Ethiopians from all religious, ideological, and ethnic background to reflect on their past, analyze their present and to engage in unity with diversity to face the future. It also appeals to the conscience of global and regional powers who have been directly and indirectly involved in the affairs of Ethiopia.

Alemayehu Mekonnen has brought a keen Christian perspective on the sweeping cultural change which has accompanied Ethiopia from Haile Selassie to the present. He is a keen observer of both leadership dynamics and culture change. With its ancient Christian history and its strategic placement as the bridge between N. Africa and sub-Saharan Africa, what happens in Ethiopia should interest all Christians everywhere.
Dr Timothy Tennent, President Asbury Theological Seminary

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