Michael Wandusim

Michael Wandusim
Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology | KNUST · Department of Religious Studies

Doctor of Theology (Dr. theol.)

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This study investigates the history, proponents, constituting elements, challenges, methodology, and future directions of Mother-tongue Biblical Hermeneutics (MTBH) as an emerging hermeneutical approach in African biblical studies. It observes that the translation of the Bible into African mother -tongues has influenced the emergence of MTBH. Based...
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The liturgical reception of the Lord’s Prayer (Matt 6:9–13 par. Luke 11:2b–4) is well attested and still evident in Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox circles. For instance, in a reformed worship it is usual to hear varied versions of the statement: “And now as our saviour Christ has taught us, we humbly pray: ‘Our Father who art in heaven (…)’.” It...

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From an exegetical observation of the New Testament witnesses on the Holy Spirit (especially among the Synoptics, Luke in particular), the project will assess the role of the Holy Spirit in shaping West African Christianity using Christianity in Ghana as case study.
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to investigate the many ways in which the LP is read, interpreted and received in Ghana