"Navigating Theological Research Methodology in Non-Western Contexts" - Latest JACT, June 2021


For over twenty-years, Akrofi-Christaller Institute has been engaged in the task of rethinking and devising methodological approaches appropriate to the African context, which may also be found to apply also to settings in other parts of the non-Western world where faith is vibrant and has an impact in all spheres of life.

This volume of the Journal of African Christian Thought (JACT), Vol. 24, No. 1, titled, Navigating Theological Research Methodology in Non-Western Contexts is devoted to a matter of increasing concern for theologies scholarship in African and other non-Western contexts, namely, the nature of the methods to be employed in research.

The Adinkra symbol for this issue is Dwennimmen (lit. 'ram's horn', meaning 'humility and strength, wisdom, learning and excellence'), the traditional symbol adopted by ACI and featured in its official logo.

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