Who are My People? Christianity, Violence and Belonging in Post-colonial Africa
Delivered by Prof. Emmanuel Katongole of the University of Notre Dame
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Seminars for the public and University at the Divinity Faculty
Topics range from rethinking Christian mission to Chinese Christianity
A rich collection covering the history, theology, and practice of the global church; and evangelical and ecumenical missiology
"CCCW gathers into one location a wide range of resources on the church in our global age." -Ming Shun Chiang, Trinity Seminary, Singapore
The Centre encourages a deeper understanding of the worldwide and missionary nature of the Christian Church. It maintains a distinctive balance between study and engagement. The staff welcome members of the public, students and researchers to use its resources.
Rapture - Ready or Not, Here They Come: An Englishman's Reflection on Two Contrasting Nigerian-Origin Pentecostal Churches in the UK
3rd May, 2017
Wed 3 May. Jamie Klair, University of Cambridge, 4.30pm Lightfoot Rm, Divinity Faculty, West Rd, Cambridge. All Welcome
Judaising Christianity in Brazil: The Case of the 'Emerging' Jewish Followers of Jesus
10th May, 2017
Wed 10 May. Manoela Carpenedo, University of Cambridge. 4.30pm, Lightfoot Rd, Divinity Faculty, West Rd, Cambridge. All Welcome
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TO STUDY THE ARCHIVES
Come and visit our archives which house missionary papers from 19th and 20th centuries which are relevant for religious and social history.
New research from CCCW
CCCW researchers publish a range of new articles.
Theology in Swahili
Centre Chair Roger Bowen is working to make Swahili-language theological resources available in East Africa.
Christianity, Violence, and Belonging in Post-Colonial Africa
Professor Emmanuel Katongole’s three Henry Martyn Lectures took his audience on a geographic, historical, and theo...
Recent Visitors to the CCCW
In any given week, month, or term, a number of visitors pass through the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide. Th...
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