[Traditional African Religion and Culture]
Opoku, Kofi, Traditional African Religion
Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection
In this recording, Kofi Opoku discusses traditional African Religion and culture. He explains how religion and culture in Africa are intertwined. Opoku explains the meaning of fetishism and paganism. He also talks about missionary work of Methodists in Africa, and answers questions from the audience.
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Opoku, Kofi, "[Traditional African Religion and Culture]" (1972). Martin Luther King Fellows in Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 59.
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