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                                           CURRENT RESEARCH STUDENTS � ACI

The underlisted are MTh and PhD research students in progress at the Institute, together with their general fields of research.

MASTER OF THEOLOGY STUDENTS

Affum-Nyarko, Christopher, Ghana
Traditional and Christian responses to Illegal Mining in Ghana

Mshana, John Frank, Tanzania
The Gospel's encounter with the Asu of Tanzania

Lee, Grace, Korea
Korean pre-Christian Sabbath traditions and Christian faith

Agyemang, Leonard Opoku, Ghana
Recent Developments in Modern African Theology

Azundem, Stephen, Ghana
Muslim-Christian Marriage Relations and Christian Mission

Boateng, Kwabena Anyimadu, Ghana
Pauline doctrine of Spiritual Powers and Salvation in Asante Cosmolgy

Valencia Quame, Ghana
Theological Analysis of Ga prayer and song texts

Jane Quaye, Ghana
The interface between Culture and Religion in relation to spousal violence

Kofi Ankama- Asamoah, Ghana
Jesus' ministry and its implications for African Christians in business

Kofi Atakora Wiafe, Ghana
The Development of Ghanaian Pentecostalism

Lawrence Asante, Ghana
The Practice of Holistic Ministry In  churches

Theodore Ashia, Ghana
A Historical and Theological Analysis of the Appointment of leaders in the Bible

Kennedy K. Owiredu, Ghana
Documentation and Analysis of selected portions of the Revised Asante-Twi Bible

Henry Sowah Ako-Nai, Ghana
Exploring the Dynamics of Primal Religion ss the Substratum of Christianity

Kwasi Fredua Agyemang Damprani, Ghana
An Exploration of the contribution of the African Independent Churches to Ghanaian Christianity

Andrew Kwamena Simpson, Ghana
The History and Contribution of Neo-Pentecostal Mission to Christianity In Ghana.

Robert Ago Mensah, Ghana
An Examination of the Theological definition of Esha (Sin), Its Implications and significance for the Ga Christian

Samuel Pinkrah, Ghana
The Role of Vernacular In the transmission of the Gospel

Marcel Formijang Bah, Cameroon
An Explanation into the Primal understanding of Nwie (God) among the Meta� people of Cameroon

John Kennedy Damoah, Ghana
A Study of the Akan Conception of Marriage viewed in the Gospel's teaching

Michael Sowah Nortey, Ghana
Interreligious Schooling and Christian-Muslim Relations in Ghana

John Phiri, Zambia
Affinities between Christianity and the Chewa primal religion of Zambia


DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY CANDIDATES

Solomon Nii-Mensah Adjei, Ghana
Grassroots theology among the Mfantse and the Ga

Angela Dwamena-Aboagye, Ghana
Christian ministry and Women's Mental Health

Samuel Ofori, Ghana
The Religious Functions of the Akan Christian Chief

Joseph Awuah Gyebi, Ghana
The Arts of Ghana and Christian Mission

Joyman B. Otchwemah, Ghana
Christian engagement with the African primal context

Gideon B. Puplampu, Ghana
The Ghana Evangelism Committee and Church Growth

Bright Lee, Korea
Eco-theology in Korea and Ghana

John K. Boachie, Ghana
The Akan family system and Church Growth

Obed Danquah, Ghana
Kwahu Entrepreneurship and Theology

Ernest Nyarko, Ghana
Paul's Sexual Ethics from an African Perspective

Claire Waigi, UK
The primal world view and C. S. Lewis

Gabriel  Annan, Ghana
Theological Assessment of the Kplejoo Festival of the Nungua people

Ebenezer Yaw Blasu, Ghana
Christian Higher Education as Holistic Mission and Moral Transformation

Joshua Settles, USA
The New Testament, Black American Christianity and the Primal World-view

Ngaina Vellah T., Kenya
An Investigation into the Strengths and Limitations of indirect translation of the Bible into the Sabaot Language of Kenya

Yohannes Kwasi Ahiabu, Ghana
The Search for Health and Restoration in African Christianity

Jeremiah B. Oluwadare, Nigeria
Exploring African Prophetism in the Light of the Miracle of Jesus in John 2: 1-11

Francis Addo Sakyiama
The Akuapem State and Christianity