An Introduction to African Culture and Religion
Culture, Religion and Practice
This book focuses mainly on the African culture and religion.
It starts with a general definition of culture and religion.
Where African culture and religion is found.
The relationship between culture and religion is shown as well as critical study of common elements in African culture and religion; the African concept of sex and marriage, family, and kinship.
Belief in God, Ancestors, spirits and forms of worship is dealt with; finally the book addresses itself to the relevance of African culture and religion.
African theology and modern change.
It ends with a critical study of approaches of missionaries in evangelisation.The book can serve as guide for those in their first degree.
Lecturers teaching culture and religion can use it as a textbook.The book is simple and easy to follow.
Each chapter can be translated into three credit hours for a core course.
Each chapter is short clear, precise and to the point and it is long enough to cover the essentials and short enough to arouse the curiousity.
It is highly recomended for a semesters course work in a university or college.
Kasomo Daniel PhD: Studied Religious Studies in the Catholic University of Eastern Africa.
A Roman Catholic Archbishop and the leader of Married Priests Now! Catholic Prelature in Kenya.
A Senior Lecturer in Maseno University in Kenya.
Former Dean of Students in Egerton University and Head of Department of Religious Studies Catholic University.