African Spirituality: Did Africans Know God Before the Arrival of the Missionaries? – By Rev. Dr. Charles B. ManteyBooks & Magazines Tuesday, August 25th, 2015
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Rev. Dr. Charles B. Mantey is the founder and Senior Pastor of Disciples Revival Church in Toronto, Canada. For the past thirty-three years, he has ministered, and trained church Leaders in many parts of the world, including Ghana, Canada, New York, Britain, Singapore, South Africa, and Grenada in the Caribbean. He was a teacher by profession before entering the ministry. He was trained at Christian Service University College in Kumasi, Ghana where he graduated with Diploma in Biblical Studies and Diploma in Theology from the University of Ghana in 1982 in a current program. He also graduated from Tyndale University College & Seminary with Master of Divinity in 1994; and Doctor of Ministry in 2012.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
The thrilling fictional novel discusses the question; did Africans know God before the arrival of the missionaries; or were the missionaries the first to introduce the concept of a supreme being to Africans? It presents evidence that Africans had a concept of a supreme being as demonstrated in many of their rituals, activities, festivals and ceremonies, not to mention beliefs about creation, life and death. It further discusses the role and impact of the early missionaries in Africa, providing critical insights into the age-old practice of African Traditional Religion and its inevitable conflict with Christianity. It enables the reader to understand African spirituality
within the context of its mythology, practices, beliefs and rituals.
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ABOUT THE PUBLISHER:
Shidaanikei Publishers, Inc., is a Canadian-based publisher with emphasis on African contents that would enhance knowledge about Africans and the continent. We strive to encourage a strong and entrenched writing and reading culture among Africans by publishing contents that are useful and relevant to their existence. Aware of the difficulties of getting published, we aim to provide African writers the often elusive opportunity to have their work published. What we offer is a unique partnership of mutual gains that begins with the candid evaluation of manuscripts and if accepted, to eventual publication. We strongly encourage writers with manuscripts that focus on other spheres of human endeavour to submit them for consideration – we are interested in fiction, non fiction, poetry, short stories, novels and biography/memoirs.To purchase the book from the publisher send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be provided instructions on how to purchase the book.
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