The Context of Preaching in 21st Century Africa: Implications for Preachers

ISSUE: Vol.5  No.2 June 2019 Article 2  pp.14 – 23
AUTHOR: Kehinde Olukayode Olusanya
DOI : 10.32051/06241902

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ABSTRACT

The proposition of the divine evolutionary education theory for youth ministry in Africa is an attempt to formulate principles attuned to faith for an effective Christian youth education in Africa. It recognizes the existential communal and holistic African worldview as a means by which their education could be fostered. It also dovetails this reality into the theology of youth ministry; and subsequently into learning theories as well as philosophical principles that may be identical to the existential situation of the African youth. In the end, the ‘divine evolutionary education theory’ is proposed as a Christian theological principle that may guide youth education policies and approaches.

KEHINDE OLUKAYODE OLUSANYA, is a Lecturer in the Department of Theology, Faculty of Theological Studies, Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso, Nigeria.

Olusanya, Kehinde O. “The Context of Preaching in 21st Century Africa: Implications for Preachers.” E-Journal of Religious and Theological Studies 5, no.2 (2019): 14-23. https://doi.org/10.32051/06241902

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