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Christian Morality in Ghanaian Pentecostalism

Lord Elorm-Donkor

Regnum (2017), 227pp, ISBN: 1-9113-7226-4

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This book succinctly explains the evolving African Christian moral identity, forged between the anvil of African traditional religions and the hammer of Pentecostalism. While at it, Lord Elorm Donkor brilliantly combines Wesleyan moral theology, MacInyrean virtue ethics and African worldview to create new a paradigm for Ghanaian Pentecostal practical theology and to reposition Christian social ethics in Africa. This is a careful, impressive and insightful work.

Nimi Wariboko, Professor of Social Ethics, Boston University School of Theology

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