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Dr Keith Ferdinando

Lecturer and principal, Rwanda Faculty of Evangelical Theology (FATER)


BA, MA (Oxon), PGCE, PhD (London Bible College)
Lecturer and principal, Rwanda Faculty of Evangelical Theology (FATER)
Formerly: Lecturer in Missiology, London School of Theology [London Bible College]
Areas: African missiology
Regions: Congo (Zaire), Rwanda
Publications: ‘Mission: a Problem of Definition’, in Themelios 33.1 (May 2008). ‘The Ethnic Enemy: No Greek or Jew … Barbarian, Scythian: The Gospel and Ethnic Difference’ in Themelios 33.2 (September 2008), and as ‘Christ’s Love and Ethnic Differences’ in At the Cross, At the Crossroads: Loving Our Enemies in the 21st Century, ed. Craig Smith, Manila: OMF Literature, 2008. ‘Christian Identity in the African Context: Reflections on Kwame Bediako’s Theology and Identity’ in JETS 50.1 (March 2007). ‘The Spiritual Realm in Traditional African Religion’ in Angels and Demons, ed. Peter and Beverly Riddell. Leicester: IVP, 2007. The Triumph of Christ in African Perspective: A Study of Demonology and Redemption in the African Context. Carlisle: Paternoster, 1999. Forthcoming ‘Theological Education and Character’, in Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology (2008/2009)

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