Rev. Dr. Ebenezer Y. Blasu
Research FellowPhone: +233 208 254 600
Member, Missiological Society of Ghana (MSG)
Member, Christians in Science, Ghana (CiSG)
Christian Holistic Education as Mission and Moral Transformation
Nutrition-Reproduction interactions in Small Ruminants
Christian Doctrine and Ethics in African Perspectives
Studies in Integral, Transformational and Sustainable Development
Biblical Texts – Creation, Land and Community
Theology, Human Needs and Environment
University Chaplain, Presbyterian University College, Ghana
Books/Book ChapterBlasu, Ebenezer Yaw, African Theocology: Studies in African Religious Creation Care, (Eugene, OR:Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2020) [https://wipfandstock.com/african-theocology.html]
Blasu, Ebenezer Yaw, ‘The Bible and Caring for the Land: African Theocology as Christian Impulsion for Creation Care,' in Ntre, Benjamin Abotchie, Aidoo, Mark S., and Aryeh, Daniel Nii, eds., Essays on Land, Ecotheology and Traditons in Africa, (Eugene, OR:Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2019): 70–97.
Blasu, Ebenezer Yaw, Physiologic Link between Nutrition and Reproduction in Ruminants, (Germany: Lambert Publications, 2014), ISBN 9964-8-268-3.
ArticlesBlasu, Ebenezer Yaw, 'Engaging Culture with Scripture: Towards an African Christian Liturgy for the Outdooring Rite of the Sokpoe-Eʋe,' Journal of African Christian Thought, Vol. 21, No. 1, June 2018: 33-41.
Blasu, Ebenezer Yaw, Our Earth, Our Responsibility, Evangelical Review of Theology, Vol. 41, No. 3, July 2017: 254-268.
Blasu, Ebenezer Yaw, Religious Cosmology and Ecology: Traditional Birthing Rites of the Sokpoe-Eʋe as Priming for Creation care, Journal of African Christian Thought, Vol. 20, No. 1, June 2017: 30-38.
Blasu, Ebenezer Yaw, 'Compensated Reduction' as Motivation for Reducing
Deforestation: An African Christian Theological Response, Journal of African Christian Thought, Vol. 18, No. 1, June 2015: 18-27.Blasu, E. Y., Physiological correlations among Pre-mating Reproductive Hormones, Metabolites, and Body Mass Changes due to Flushing'. Ghanaian Journal of Animal Science, Vol. 5, No. 2, 2010, pp.56-64.