African Christian Biography
The papers in this volume narrate the histories of leading African Christians, and reflect on the meaning of writing African Christian biographies.
Written to celebrate The Dictionary of African Christian Biography (www.dacb.org), this volume shows why remembering the lives of Christian leaders remains important for understanding African history, Christian identities, and African contributions to the shaping of World Christianity. The authors include some of the world’s leading scholars of African Christianity in its social, political, and theological contexts. Subjects of the papers range from an Ethiopian saint, to kings and queens, history-making Protestant pastors, and women whose hidden stories undergird their transformative leadership of family, church and society.
- Dana L Robert (Editor)