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Index to AJET 1982-2002

The Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology, published by Scott Theological College in Kenya, is Africa’s premier journal of evangelical thought. All back issues from the journal’s first two decades of publication 1982-2002 have now been made available on one convenient CD. The cost (postage included) to addresses within Africa is US$20, and to addresses overseas US$40. Most advanced-level theological libraries globally will want to have this rich resource available for their users. Inquiries may be addressed to: AJET CD, Scott Theological College, PO Box 49, Machakos, Kenya. A complete index to these volumes follows:

AJET 1982-2002 Topical Index

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African Christian Theology

  • “African Theology: Its History, Dynamics, Scope and Future” by Paul Bowers, 21.2, 2002, p. 109-125.
  • “The Contribution to African Theology of the Faculute de Theologie Catholique in Kinshasa, Zaire” by Gordon Molyneaux, 11.2, 1992, p. 58-89.
  • “Doing African Christian Theology: A Response and Revelation” by Richard J. Gehman, 15.2, 1996, p. 85-113.
  • “Evaluation of the Theology of Bolaji Idowu” by Bulus Galadima, 20.2, 2001, p. 105-130.
  • “The Extent of Intent: A Response to Dr. S. Ngewa’s ‘The Validity of Meaning and African Christian Theology,’” by Robert Cook, 6.2, 1987, p. 37-42.
  • “Issues in the Theological Task in Africa Today,” by Tite Tienou, 1.1 Double Issue, 1982, p. 3-10.
  • “The Modern Quest for an African Theology Revised in The Light of Romans 1:18-25: An Exegesis of the Text” by Alfred Muli, 16.1, 1997, p. 31-50.
  • “The Modern Quest for an African Theology Revised in the Light of Romans 1:18-25: An Exegesis of the Text (Part 2): Implications for African Theology” by Alfred Muli, 16.2, 1997, p. 137-148.
  • “The Right to Difference: The Common Roots of African Theology and African Philosophy” by Tite Tienou, 9.1, 1990, p. 24-34.
  • “The Story of the African Independent Churches And Its Implications for Theology” by James Kombo, 20.2, 2001, p. 157-175.
  • “Theological Legacy of the Reverend Doctor Byang Kato” by Yusufu Turaki, 20.2, 2001, p. 133-155.
  • “Theological Task in Africa: Where Are we Now and Where Should we be Going?” by Tite Tienou, 6.1, 1987, p. 3-10.
  • “Valid Meaning and African Christian Theology” by Samuel Ngewa, 6.1, 1987, p. 16-22.

Biblical Studies

  • “Acquainted with Grief: The Special Contribution of the Book of Lamentations” by Paul Bowers, 9.2, 1990, p. 33-39.
  • “Biblical Basis for Financial Stewardship” by Titus M. Kivunzi, 4.1, 1985, p.24-34.
  • “Church Discipline: The Great Omission” by Philip Mutetei, 18.1, 1999, p. 3-27.
  • “Church Discipline: The Proper Procedure for Discipline in the Church: Part II” by Philip Mutetei, 18.2, 1999, p. 107-128.
  • “A Critical Analysis of Sensus Plenior” by Julius Muthengi, 3.2, 1984, p. 63-73.
  • “The Dragon Hurled Down: The Victory of Christ Over the Dominion of Darkness” by Keith Ferdinando, 16.2, 1997, p. 113-136.
  • “Elisha's Unbearable Curse: A Study of 2 Kings 2:23-25” by Mark Mercer, 21.2, 2002, p. 165-198.
  • “The Great Dragon: The Nature and Limits of Satan’s Power” by Keith Ferdinando, 16.1, 1997, p. 17-30.
  • “The Healing of the Deaf and the Dumb Man (Mark 7:31-37), with Application to the African Context” by Scott Cunningham, 9.2, 1990, p. 13-26.
  • “Hebrew Kush: Sudan, Ethiopia, or Where?” by Peter Unseth, 18.2, 1999, p. 143-159.
  • “Historical Jesus” by Norvald Yri, 6.1, 1987, p. 24-32.
  • “Ministry of Women in the Church” by Juliana Senavoe, 17.2, 1998, p. 127-140.
  • “Paul’s Idea of Hagioi and Significance for Contemporary Nigerian Christianity” by A.O. Nkwoka, 5.1, 1986, p. 23-35.
  • “The Problem of Distanciation: Knowing the Biblical Author’s Intention” by Yoilah Yilpet, 19.2, 2000, p. 165-186.
  • “Prosperity Teaching in African Context by Peter R. Young, 15.1, 1996, p. 3-18.
  • “’Where Your Treasure is’: A Consideration of Jesus’ Teaching on Possessions,” by Gwamna Je’Adayibe, 20.1, 2001, p. 29-46.

Church History

  • “Allied Treatment of Protestant Missionaries in German East Africa in World War I” by Richard Pierard, 12.1, 1992, p. 4-17.
  • “Christianity in Nigeria Part I” by Bulus Galadima and Yusufu Turaki, 20.1, 2001, p. 85-101.
  • “Christianity in Nigeria Part II” by Bulus Galadima and Yusufu Turaki, 20.2, 2001, p. 177-207.
  • “The Church History Society of Southern Africa: Indeed Coming of Age” by J. W. Hofmeyer, 12.1, 1993, p. 41-53.
  • “The Church Mission Society in East Africa: Its Philosophy and Objectives” by Watson Omulokoli, 13.1, 1994, p. 3-12.
  • “The East African Revival” by Richard Gehman, 5.1, 1986, p. 36-56.
  • “Foundational History of the Africa Inland Church, 1895-1903” by Watson Omulokoki, 14.2, 1995, p. 45-54.
  • “The History of the Hausa Bible: 1990 Edition” by Musa Gaiya, 12.1, 1993, p. 54-65.
  • “The Kingdom of God in Africa: Or How to Get Africa into the Western Church History Curriculum” by Mark Shaw, 13.1, 1994, p. 13-25.
  • “J.L. Krapf: A Personal Portrait of His Entry to East Africa in 1844” by Carl-Erik Sahlberg, 16.1, 1997, p. 51-58.
  • “Nubian Christianity the Neglected Heritage” by Paul Bowers, 4.1, 1985, p. 3-23.
  • “Pioneer Converts in East Africa, 1848-1862” by Watson Omulokoli, 19.2, 2000, p. 131-144.
  • “The Place and Purpose of Prayer in Awakenings” by Scott Harbert, 18.1, 1999, p. 29-46.
  • “A Portrait of Dr. Byang Kato” by Christina Breman, 15.2, 1996, p. 135f.
  • “The Power of Prayer” by Jacob Kibor, 19.1, 2000, p. 37-54.
  • “Prelude to White Domination of the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S) Niger Mission” by F. Anyika, 7.2, 1988, p. 23-35.
  • “The Revival Movement in Uganda: An Evaluation” by James Ndyabahika, 12.1, 1993, p. 18-40.
  • “The Roots of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa: The East Africa Scottish Mission 1889-1901” by Watson A.O. Omulokoli, 16.1, 1997, p. 59-68.
  • “William Wade Harris: Premier African Evangelist” by Watson A. O. Omulokoli, 21.1, 2002, p. 3-24.

The Church Today in Africa

  • “African Realities” by David Kasali, 17.1, 1998, p. 13-28.
  • “The African Renaissance” by James Kombo, 19.1, 2000, p. 3-24.
  • “A Bird’s Eye View of A.E.A” by Christina Breman, 17.1, 1998, p. 3-12.
  • “The Challenge of the Jesus Seminar to Biblical Scholarship in Africa” by Gwamna Dogara Je’Adayibe, 21.1, 2002, p. 77-87.
  • “The Church in Africa in the 21st Century” by Danny McCain, 19.2, 2000, p. 105-130.
  • “A Church’s Responsibility to Support Its Pastor” by Bernard Boyo, 13.2, 1994, p. 67-85.
  • “Developing an African Missionary Structure” by Yemi Ladipo, 8.2, 1989, p. 19-25.
  • “Do we Need a Think Tank Conference?” by Yemi Ladipo, 3.1, 1984, p. 4f
  • “An Introduction to Independent African Churches” by Cornelius Abiodum Olowola, 3.2, 1984, p. 21-50.
  • “An Introduction to the Legio Maria” by Scott Moreau and James Kombo, 10.1, 1991, p. 10-27.
  • “Music in Christian Worship” by TAG, 15.2, 1996, p. 114-127.
  • “On the Work and Worship of the Church” by Julius Muthengi, 5.1, 1986, p. 4-22.
  • “Speaking in Tongues: Case of the Aladura Churches of Nigeria” by E. A. Obeng, 4.2, 1985, p. 3-9.
  • “Winds of Change in Contemporary Missions” by Yemi Ladipo, 11.1, 1992, p. 34-39.

Contextualization

  • “Abaluyia Marriage and the Christian Church” by Mukholi, Omollo, Nanjero, 19.2, 2000, p. 187-196.
  • “African Widowhood Practices: The Igbo Mourning Experience” by A. M. Okorie, 14.2, 1995, p. 79-84.
  • “Christian Relevance in Modern Africa” by Samuel Waje Kunhiyop, 16.1, 1997, p. 3-16.
  • “Contextualization” by O. Imasogie, 2.1, 1983, p. 19-23.
  • “Contextualization Revisited” by Musa Gaiya, 13.2, 1994, p. 117-126.
  • “Contextualizing Jesus ‘The Only Mediator’ for the Sukuma People of Tanzania” by Fabian F. Maganda, 21.2, 2002, p. 147-164.
  • “A Critique or John Mbiti’s Understanding of the African Concept of Time” by A. Scott Moreau, 5.2, 1986, p. 36-48.
  • “Developing an African Christian Worldview: A Review Article” by Mark R. Shaw, 5.2, 1986, p. 49-55.
  • “Guidelines in Contextualization” by Richard Gehman, 2.1, 1983, p. 24f.
  • “How Can we Africanize Our Faith: Another Look at Contextualization of Theology” by Victor Cole, 3.2, 1984, p. 3-20.
  • “The Human Soul in Yoruba/Igbo Tradition and the Bible” by Peter Ogunboye, 19.1, 2000, p. 75-86.
  • “The Quest for Authentic African Christianity” by Watson Omulokoli, 5.2, 1986, p. 22-35.
  • “Reflections on Contextualization” by Don Carson, 3.1, 1984, p. 16-59.
  • “Sacrifice in African Tradition and in Biblical Perspective” by Cornelius Olowola, 10.1, 1991, p. 3-9.
  • “Which Way for African Christianity: Westernization or Indigenous Authenticity?” by Tite Tienou, 10.2, 1991, p. 3-12.
  • “‘Who Do People Say I Am?’ Contextualizing Christology in Africa” by Ernst Wendland, 10.2, 1991, p. 13-32.

Cults

  • “Branhamites” by A. Scott Moreau, 7.2, 1988, p. 1-18.
  • “How to Tell the True Church from the False” By Danfulani Kole, 5.2, 1986, p. 5-15.
  • “An Introduction to Cults” by A. Scott Moreau, 6.2, 1987, p. 3-12.
  • “Jehovah’s Witnesses” by A. Scott Moreau, 7.1, 1988, p. 3-10.

Evangelism

  • “Evangelism and African Christian Theology” by Augustine Musopole, 14.1, 1995, p. 14-24.
  • “Evangelism: Theology, Methods and Message” by Samuel Owen, 13.2, 1994, p. 86-116.
  • “The Evangelist and Spiritual Awakening” by Dela Adadevoh, 21.1, 2002, p. 25-44.
  • “Folk Islam in East Africa” by R. Marvin Smith, 18.2, 1999, p. 83-106.
  • “Folk Islam: The Case of the Hausa of Northern Nigeria” by George Foxall, 11.1, 1992, p. 24-33.
  • “The Muslim Faith and the Christian Contrast” by Lilly Takona, 15.1, 1996, p. 40-54.
  • “Observation Along the Road of Muslim Evangelism” by Anonymous Author, 15.1, 1996, p. 70-81.
  • “Reflections on Muslim Evangelism” by Y. Sephiros, 17.1, 1998, p. 67-77.
  • “Religious Exclusivism and the Challenge of Contemporary Evangelism” by Udobata Onunwa, 14.1, 1995, p. 3-13.
  • “Strategies for Muslim Evangelism” by Lilly Takona, 15.1, 1996, p. 55-69.
  • “Strategy for Reaching Muslims” by Anonymous Author, 19.2, 2000, p. 145-154.

Leadership

  • “The Challenge of Christian Leadership in Africa Today” by Gottfried Osei-Mensah, 8.2, 1989, p. 1-10.
  • “Concepts of Pastoral Leadership in Africa: A Case Study” by Victor Cole, 9.2, 1990, p. 3-12.
  • “Development of a Preparation Programme for Administrators” by Josphat Yego, 1.1 Double Issue, 1982, p. 37-52.
  • “Education for Servant Leadership in Africa” by Isaac Zokoue, 9.1, 1990, p. 3-13.
  • “Key to Success for the Young African Pastor” by Samuel Ngewa, 1.1 Double Issue, 1982, p. 22-27.
  • “Leadership in the Church” by Norman Helfers, 19.1, 2000, p. 55-74.
  • “Leadership Training for Churches in Africa” by Watson Omulokoli, 11.1, 1992, p. 13-23.
  • “A Look at Church Leadership in Africa” by Paul Kohls, 17.2, 1998, p. 107-126.
  • “Maasai Leadership Development: An Emerging Process” by Edgar J. Elliston, 2.2, 1983, p. 20-31.
  • “The Ministry in the Local Church: Roles and Involvement” by Rev. Udobata Onunwa, 4.1., 1985, p. 49-58.
  • “Shepherding: Hallmark of a Christian Leader” by Yemi Ladipo, 4.2, 1985, p. 10-14.
  • “The Training of Leaders for the Ministry: Implications for Theological Education” by Victor Cole, 10.2, 1991, p. 33-44.

Social Issues

  • “The Art of Divination” by Julius Muthengi, 12.2, 1993, p. 90-104.
  • “Being a Christian in an Immoral Society” By Eunice Kamaara, 14.1, 1995, p. 25-30.
  • “Biblical Basis for Some Healing Methods in African Traditional Society” by Udobata Onunwa, 7.1, 1988, p. 45-56.
  • “A Biblical Perspective on AIDS? A Review Article” by Zacharia Samita, 14.1, 1995, p. 31-36.
  • “A Biblical Study of Witchcraft” by Festus Kavale, 12.2, 1993, p. 114-131.
  • “Christ as Reconciler in Pauline Theology and in Contemporary Rwanda” by P. Bayinsana Ng. Eugene, 15.1, 1996, p. 19-28.
  • “The Christian Contribution to Nation Building” by John Stott, 3.2, 1984, p. 50-62.
  • “The Church in the Arena of Politics” by Alfred Muli, ed., 17.1, 1998, p. 29-40.
  • “The Coming of AIDS Plague and Implications for Christian Ministry” by Donald Clarke, 8.1, 1989, p. 7-26.
  • “Conserving Culture with Biblical Integrity” by Ross F. Gaskin, 11.2, 1992, p. 105-128.
  • “The Culture of Poverty: Implications for Urban Ministry” by Julius Muthengi, 11.2, 1992, p. 90-104.
  • “The Family Planning Method of the Kalenjin” by Mary McCallum, 12.2, 1993, p. 132-149.
  • “The Key to the African Heart” by Paul Kisau, 17.2, 1998, p. 85-106.
  • “A Moral Dilemma” by Tom Obengo, 20.1, 2001, p. 17-84.
  • “The Osu Caste System in Nigeria: A Christian Response” by Nkem Emeghara, 13.1, 1994, p. 26-43.
  • “Payment of Dowry and the Christian Church” by TAG, 15.2, 1996, p. 128-134.
  • “Polygamy and the African Church” by Josh Yego, 3.1, 1984, p. 60-84.
  • “Polygamy and the Church in Africa: Biblical, Historical and Practical Perspectives” by Julius Muthengi, 14.2, 1995, p. 55-78.
  • “Poverty: Good News for Africa” by Samuel Kunhiyop, 20.1, 2001, p. 3f.
  • “Practical Theology and Mission: A Case of Sexual Abuse of Children and the Challenge of Evangelism” by E. M. Uka, 14.2, 1995, p. 99-112.
  • “Prosperity Teaching in the African Context” by Peter R. Young. 14.1, 1996, p. 3-18.
  • “The Refugees and the Displaced in Africa: A Challenge to Christians” by Michael Katola, 17.2, 1998, p. 141-151.
  • “Seven Biblical Exclusions for Married Life” by Titus Kivunzi, 9.2, 1990, p. 27-32.
  • “The Sharing of Goods with the Poor” by Paul Kisau, 19.1, 2000, p. 25-36.
  • “Toward a Biblical Political Science: American and Asian Lessons for Africa” by John B. Carpenter, 15.1, 1996, p. 29-39.
  • “Witchcraft: A Philosophical and Theological Analysis” by Samuel W. Kunhiyop, 21.2, 2002, p. 127-145.

Theological Education

  • “Accreditation as a Catalyst for Renewal in Theological Education” by Paul Bowers, 1.1 Double Issue, 1982, p. 11-21.
  • “The Calling of the Theological Education in Africa Today” by Tokunboh Adeyemo, 8.1, 1989, p. 1-6.
  • “A ‘Case Study’ Approach to Theological Education in Africa” by Ernst Wendland, 17.1, 1998, p. 41-58.
  • “Christian Education Makes a Difference” by Lois Semenye, 19.2, 2000, p. 155-164.
  • “Continental Linkage and Support Services for TEE” by George Foxall, 8.1, 1989, p. 39-44.
  • “Co-operation in Theological Education” by Isaac Zokoue, 17.1, 1998, p. 59-66.
  • “Do We Teach the Bible or Do We Teach Students?” by James Plueddemann, 13.1, 1994, p. 44-53.
  • “Extending the Fence: Suggestions for the Future of TEE in Africa” by Phillip Turley, 10.1, 1991, p. 39-52.
  • “An Integrated Approach to Residential Theological Education in Africa” by John N. Ochola, 7.2, 1988, p. 19-22.
  • “Models of Theological Education Yesterday and Today” by Henry Griffith, 7.1, 1988, p. 28-45.
  • “Missiological Factors in Designing a Curriculum for Rounded Theological Training in Africa” by Victor Cole, 16.2, 1997, p. 87-104.
  • “More Light on Theological Education in Africa” by Paul Bowers, 8.2, 1989, p. 11-18.
  • “New Light on Theological Education in Africa” by Paul Bowers, 6.2, 1987, p. 13-26.
  • “The Quest for Cooperation, Renewal and Relevance in Theological Education” by Yusufu Turaki, 10.1, 1991, p. 28-38.
  • “The Quest for Renewal in Theological Education” by Terry C. Hulbert, 7.1, 1988, p. 10-28.
  • “The Role of Music in Theological Education” by Roberta King, 9.1, 1990, p. 35 -41.
  • “Scott Theological College Offers Quality Training” by Editorial Staff, 16.2, 1997, p. 111-112.
  • “Spiritual Formation in Theological Education” by Richard Steubing, 18.1, 1999, p. 47-70.
  • “Spiritual Formation in the Theological College” by Alan Chilver, 18.2, 1999, p. 129-142.
  • “Teacher’s Role in Student Motivation” by Mark Olander, 12.2, 1993, p. 105-113.
  • “Theological Education in Modern African Context” by Stephen Talitwala, 6.1, 1987, p. 11-15.
  • “Urban Ministry and Theological Education” by Tom Austin, 8.2, 1989, p. 25-32.
  • “The Value of Accreditation for Third World Theological Education” by Titus Kivunzi, 2.2, 1983, p. 32-41.
  • “Welcoming Speech Upon the Award of a Charter to Scott Theological College” by Davy Koech, 16.2, 1997, p. 105-110.
  • “Who Is A Theological Educator?” by Scott Cunningham, 16.2, 1997, p. 79-88.

Theological Studies

  • “Achebe’s Novels and their Implication for Christians in Africa” by John Anonby, 9.1, 1990, p. 14-23.
  • “Confessing Christ in the Apostles’ Creed” by Eshetu Abate, 8.1, 1989, p. 27-38.
  • “Cultural Exegesis: The Bible Is Open To Everyone. A Review Article” by Andrew Wildsmith, 21.2, 2002, p. 199-209.
  • “Does the Pauline Doctrine of Atonement Have Any Basis in the Gospels?” by Gordon Molyneaux, 4.2, 1985, p. 15-19.
  • “Ghosts” by Robert R. Cook, 4.1, 1985, p. 35-48.
  • “The Idea of Salvation in Contemporary World Religions” by Tokunboh Adeyemo, 2.1, 1983, p. 4-12.
  • “Ideas of Salvation” by Tokunboh Adeyemo, 16.1, 1997, p. 67-75.
  • “The Influence of the Conversion of St. Paul on his Theology of the Cross” by Obijole, 6.2, 1987, p. 27-36.
  • “Is There Salvation Outside the Christian Faith?” by Mark Shaw, 2.2, 1983, p. 42-62.
  • “Luther on Biblical Salvation” by Norvald Yri, 2.1, 1983, p. 13-18.
  • “The Quest for Authentic Humanity: Becoming Like Christ” by Augustine Musopole, 11.1, 1992, p. 1-12.
  • “Reflection on Spiritual Mapping” by Erwin van der Meer, 20.1, 2001, p. 47-70.
  • “A Review Article of ‘Christianity and other Religions’” by R.R. Cook, 1.1 Double Issue, 1982, p. 28-36.
  • “The Salvation Debate and Evangelical Response” by Tokunboh Adeyemo, 2.2, 1983, p. 4-19.
  • “Theological Reflection on the Novels of Ngugi Wa Thiong’o” by John Anonby, 5.2, 1986, p. 16-21.
  • “Toward Solving the Problem of the Unevangelised” by Christopher Little, 21.1, 2002, p. 45-62.
  • “‘Toward Solving the Problem of the Unevanglised’: A Response to Christopher Little” by Keith Ferdinando, 21.1, 2002, p. 63-75.
  • “Will the African Ancestors be Saved?” by Richard J. Gehman, 14.2, 1995, p. 85-98.

 


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