African Religious Traditions]
Opoku, Kofi, Traditional African Religion [July 19, 1972]
Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection
In this recording, Kofi Opoku delivers a lecture on Traditional African Religion. In the lecture he discusses the relationship between the Akan African religious heritage and social organization. Opoku also explains ancestor worship and the role of God in African myths and legends.
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Opoku, Kofi and Mitchell, Henry H., "African Religious Traditions]" (1972). Martin Luther King Fellows in Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 63.
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