This section of the website presents supporting materials that will (1) provide further details about the vision for this website, and (2) will help researchers and students use the internet more effectively for the study of African theology.

The section contains materials on the value of online material for the study of African Theology and how to use them, and on the value and use of lived theology for the academic theology.

These resources can also be used in methodology courses on the study of theology in general, or methodology sections in courses such as Intercultural Theology, African theology, World Christianity, or African Christianity. In order to support such courses, we have also included learning exercises that accompany the more general texts. They are designed as tools to aid final year BA and MA level students who are writing papers, long essays, and theses. Of course, the can be adapted to the specific teaching/learning contexts in which it is applied. We would greatly appreciate any comments or feedback about the specific experiences you derived from using this material. Please send your comments via the feedback section of this website. Click here to visit the Research Guide.

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