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  • MEDIA PERSONNEL NEED TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF RELIGION ON CULTURE –AUCC

    The Centre for Media, Religion and Culture of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized a public lecture under the theme “Understanding Christianity in Ghana.”

    The Director of the Centre and Acting President of AUCC, Professor Kofi Asare Opoku said the Centre would serve as a platform to develop deeper understanding of professionals and the public at large about Christianity and other religions in Africa as well as strengthening the religious wings.

    The speaker for the event, Professor Kwabena Asomoah Gyadu, Professor of Contemporary and Pentecostal/Charismatic Studies at the Trinity Theological Seminary at Legon in Accra underscored the need for more media personnel to know more about the impact of religion on the African culture particularly among those who want to specialize in writing on religious and cultural issues.

    He explained the Charismatic Churches in Africa especially in countries such as Ghana, Nigeria Ethiopia, South Africa and Kenya had given Christianity a certain level of African flavor and stated that some of the factors that have led to growth of Christianity in Africa include the translation of the Bible into various African languages.

    He also said that while the Bible is regarded as a mere text in most European countries, Africans do not see the Bible as such but regard the Bible as having a secret value with a great significance and this had caused a decline of Christianity in most of the European countries and a rise in Christianity in Africa. He mentioned some African established churches such as the Kingdom International Christian Centre (KICC) by Matthew Ashimolowo, Word Miracle Church International (WMCI) by Bishop Charles Argyin Asare and other Pentecostal Churches as dominant in Europe.

    Prof. Gyadu added that in Africa, religion is intertwined with power especially the power of evil and this has led to the thriving of spiritual churches and prayer camps in Ghana which purport to assist people to solve their spiritual problems with God.

    The AUCC Centre for Media, Religion and Culture was launched in November 2012 and seeks to help media personnel to understand issues of religion and culture in Africa.

  • MEDIA PERSONNEL NEED TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF RELIGION ON CULTURE –AUCC

    The Centre for Media, Religion and Culture of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized a public lecture under the theme “Understanding Christianity in Ghana.”

    The Director of the Centre and Acting President of AUCC, Professor Kofi Asare Opoku said the Centre would serve as a platform to develop deeper understanding of professionals and the public at large about Christianity and other religions in Africa as well as strengthening the religious wings.

    The speaker for the event, Professor Kwabena Asomoah Gyadu, Professor of Contemporary and Pentecostal/Charismatic Studies at the Trinity Theological Seminary at Legon in Accra underscored the need for more media personnel to know more about the impact of religion on the African culture particularly among those who want to specialize in writing on religious and cultural issues.

    He explained the Charismatic Churches in Africa especially in countries such as Ghana, Nigeria Ethiopia, South Africa and Kenya had given Christianity a certain level of African flavor and stated that some of the factors that have led to growth of Christianity in Africa include the translation of the Bible into various African languages.

    He also said that while the Bible is regarded as a mere text in most European countries, Africans do not see the Bible as such but regard the Bible as having a secret value with a great significance and this had caused a decline of Christianity in most of the European countries and a rise in Christianity in Africa. He mentioned some African established churches such as the Kingdom International Christian Centre (KICC) by Matthew Ashimolowo, Word Miracle Church International (WMCI) by Bishop Charles Argyin Asare and other Pentecostal Churches as dominant in Europe.

    Prof. Gyadu added that in Africa, religion is intertwined with power especially the power of evil and this has led to the thriving of spiritual churches and prayer camps in Ghana which purport to assist people to solve their spiritual problems with God.

    The AUCC Centre for Media, Religion and Culture was launched in November 2012 and seeks to help media personnel to understand issues of religion and culture in Africa.

  • MEDIA PERSONNEL NEED TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF RELIGION ON CULTURE –AUCC

    The Centre for Media, Religion and Culture of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized a public lecture under the theme “Understanding Christianity in Ghana.”

    The Director of the Centre and Acting President of AUCC, Professor Kofi Asare Opoku said the Centre would serve as a platform to develop deeper understanding of professionals and the public at large about Christianity and other religions in Africa as well as strengthening the religious wings.

    The speaker for the event, Professor Kwabena Asomoah Gyadu, Professor of Contemporary and Pentecostal/Charismatic Studies at the Trinity Theological Seminary at Legon in Accra underscored the need for more media personnel to know more about the impact of religion on the African culture particularly among those who want to specialize in writing on religious and cultural issues.

    He explained the Charismatic Churches in Africa especially in countries such as Ghana, Nigeria Ethiopia, South Africa and Kenya had given Christianity a certain level of African flavor and stated that some of the factors that have led to growth of Christianity in Africa include the translation of the Bible into various African languages.

    He also said that while the Bible is regarded as a mere text in most European countries, Africans do not see the Bible as such but regard the Bible as having a secret value with a great significance and this had caused a decline of Christianity in most of the European countries and a rise in Christianity in Africa. He mentioned some African established churches such as the Kingdom International Christian Centre (KICC) by Matthew Ashimolowo, Word Miracle Church International (WMCI) by Bishop Charles Argyin Asare and other Pentecostal Churches as dominant in Europe.

    Prof. Gyadu added that in Africa, religion is intertwined with power especially the power of evil and this has led to the thriving of spiritual churches and prayer camps in Ghana which purport to assist people to solve their spiritual problems with God.

    The AUCC Centre for Media, Religion and Culture was launched in November 2012 and seeks to help media personnel to understand issues of religion and culture in Africa.

  • MEDIA PERSONNEL NEED TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF RELIGION ON CULTURE –AUCC

    The Centre for Media, Religion and Culture of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized a public lecture under the theme “Understanding Christianity in Ghana.”

    The Director of the Centre and Acting President of AUCC, Professor Kofi Asare Opoku said the Centre would serve as a platform to develop deeper understanding of professionals and the public at large about Christianity and other religions in Africa as well as strengthening the religious wings.

    The speaker for the event, Professor Kwabena Asomoah Gyadu, Professor of Contemporary and Pentecostal/Charismatic Studies at the Trinity Theological Seminary at Legon in Accra underscored the need for more media personnel to know more about the impact of religion on the African culture particularly among those who want to specialize in writing on religious and cultural issues.

    He explained the Charismatic Churches in Africa especially in countries such as Ghana, Nigeria Ethiopia, South Africa and Kenya had given Christianity a certain level of African flavor and stated that some of the factors that have led to growth of Christianity in Africa include the translation of the Bible into various African languages.

    He also said that while the Bible is regarded as a mere text in most European countries, Africans do not see the Bible as such but regard the Bible as having a secret value with a great significance and this had caused a decline of Christianity in most of the European countries and a rise in Christianity in Africa. He mentioned some African established churches such as the Kingdom International Christian Centre (KICC) by Matthew Ashimolowo, Word Miracle Church International (WMCI) by Bishop Charles Argyin Asare and other Pentecostal Churches as dominant in Europe.

    Prof. Gyadu added that in Africa, religion is intertwined with power especially the power of evil and this has led to the thriving of spiritual churches and prayer camps in Ghana which purport to assist people to solve their spiritual problems with God.

    The AUCC Centre for Media, Religion and Culture was launched in November 2012 and seeks to help media personnel to understand issues of religion and culture in Africa.

  • MEDIA PERSONNEL NEED TO STUDY THE IMPACT OF RELIGION ON CULTURE –AUCC

    The Centre for Media, Religion and Culture of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized a public lecture under the theme “Understanding Christianity in Ghana.”

    The Director of the Centre and Acting President of AUCC, Professor Kofi Asare Opoku said the Centre would serve as a platform to develop deeper understanding of professionals and the public at large about Christianity and other religions in Africa as well as strengthening the religious wings.

    The speaker for the event, Professor Kwabena Asomoah Gyadu, Professor of Contemporary and Pentecostal/Charismatic Studies at the Trinity Theological Seminary at Legon in Accra underscored the need for more media personnel to know more about the impact of religion on the African culture particularly among those who want to specialize in writing on religious and cultural issues.

    He explained the Charismatic Churches in Africa especially in countries such as Ghana, Nigeria Ethiopia, South Africa and Kenya had given Christianity a certain level of African flavor and stated that some of the factors that have led to growth of Christianity in Africa include the translation of the Bible into various African languages.

    He also said that while the Bible is regarded as a mere text in most European countries, Africans do not see the Bible as such but regard the Bible as having a secret value with a great significance and this had caused a decline of Christianity in most of the European countries and a rise in Christianity in Africa. He mentioned some African established churches such as the Kingdom International Christian Centre (KICC) by Matthew Ashimolowo, Word Miracle Church International (WMCI) by Bishop Charles Argyin Asare and other Pentecostal Churches as dominant in Europe.

    Prof. Gyadu added that in Africa, religion is intertwined with power especially the power of evil and this has led to the thriving of spiritual churches and prayer camps in Ghana which purport to assist people to solve their spiritual problems with God.

    The AUCC Centre for Media, Religion and Culture was launched in November 2012 and seeks to help media personnel to understand issues of religion and culture in Africa.

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