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Rev'd Dr Benno Van Den Toren

Tutor in Christian Doctrine, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford; member of Theological Faculty, University of Oxford. Visiting professor in Systematic Theology, Bangui Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, Central African Republic


MA, MDiv, PhD (Kampen, Netherlands)
Tutor in Christian Doctrine, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford; member of Theological Faculty, University of Oxford. Visiting professor in Systematic Theology, Bangui Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, Central African Republic
Formerly: Professor of Systematic Theology, Bangui Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, Central African Republic
Areas: Christian doctrine and ethics in a multicultural world
Research: Cross-cultural and inter-religious apologetic dialogue; the theology of religions and the theological understanding of multiculturalism
Regions: French-speaking Africa
Publications: (in Dutch, French and English) include 'The Christian God and Human Authority: A Theological Inquiry with Reference to Africa’s Principal World-Views’, Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology 23.2 (2004). ‘Christian commitment to Democratisation in Africa’, in Le Chrétien et la politique : Actes du Colloque Interdisciplinaire 06-10 janvier 2004, Bangui: FATEB (2004). ‘Difficult Questions about God and Jesus: An Aid for Conversations about Believing Today’, Amersfoort: Echo / Utrecht: IFES-Nederland (2003). ‘Secularisation in Africa: A Challenge for the Churches’, Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology, 22/1 (2003)

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