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Dr. John Azumah

Director for Centre of Islamic Studies, London School of Theology


PhD (University of Birmingham, 1998); MA (University of Birmingham, 1994)
Director for Centre of Islamic Studies, London School of Theology
Also: Visiting Senior Lecturer – Pentecost University College, Accra; Visiting Senior Lecturer – George Whitfield College, Cape Town;
Formerly: Senior Research Fellow, Akrofi-Christaller Institute, Ghana; Senior Lecturer, Union Biblical Seminary – Pune, India; Senior Lecturer, Henry Martyn Institute – Hyderabad, India; Visiting Lecturer, SAIACS – Bangalore, India
Areas: Islamic-Christian relations
Publications: John Azumah & Lamin Sanneh (eds), The African Christian and Islam (Nairobi: Hippo Publishers, 2011, forthcoming); John Azumah & Peter Riddell (eds.), Talking Points in Christian-Muslim Relations (Sydney: Acorn Publications, 2011, forthcoming); “Incarnation and Translation in Islam and Christianity”, in David Singh (ed.), Jesus and the Incarnation (2010); “Christian Responses to Islam: A Struggle for the Soul of Christianity”, in Church & Society in Asia Today, Vol. 13. No. 2 (Aug. 2010), pp. 83-94; “Christian Mission and Islam”, (2008) at http://www.edinburgh2010.org/en/study-themes/1-foundations-for-mission/hamburg-consultation.html; “Love of God and Love of Neighbour in Islam and Christianity”, in CIS Occasional Paper, No. 9, August 2009; 'My Neighbour’s Faith: Islam Explained for African Christians' (HarperCollins Canada / Zond Books, April 2008); “Following Jesus as Unique Lord and Saviour in a Broken Pluralistic World”, in Evangelical Review of Theology, Vol. 31, No. 4 (2007), pp. 294-305; Lay Ministry Training: Introduction to Islam (Abetifi: RTC Publications, 2007); “Theological Foundations of Shari’a in Islam: Evangelical Christian Concerns and Reservations”, in Anvil, Vol. 23 No. 2 (2006), pp. 101-111

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