[Christianity in Africa]
Opoku, Kofi, Sects Side 1, Sects Lecture Continued Side 2 [August 29, 1970]
Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection
In this recording, Kofi Opoku discusses Christianity in Africa. He explains how traditional African religions were incorporated into Christianity in Africa, and how Africans were uncomfortable with the worship practices of European Christianity. He also talks about the planting of Christianity in Africa and the Coptic Church.
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Opoku, Kofi, "[Christianity in Africa]" (1970). Martin Luther King Fellows in Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 60.
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