Adam K. Arap Chepkwony
Linguistics, Literature and Communications
University of Kabianga
Prof. Chepkwony is the Full Professor of Religion specializing in Comparative Religion, Liberation Theologies, New Religious Movements, African Religion and Theology. He is the current Vice President of Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians and member of several other professional bodies
Comparative Religion, African Religion, Religion and Science, Christian Ethics
Adam K. arap Chepkwony, “Church and Democracy: A Personal Reflection." African Ecclesial Review, 36.5 (October 1994) 312 – 328.
Adam K. arap Chepkwony, “Love: The Organizing Principle of World Spirituality." The Journal of Religious Studies, Vol.XXIV (Spring 1994) 136 – 144.
Adam K. arap Chepkwony, “Theological Trends in Africa” African Ecclesial Review, 34:1 (February, 1992) 2 – 17. For a modified and revised version of this article, see “Theological Trends in Africa” Asbury Theological Journal, Vol.49, No.1 (Spring 1994), 23 –34.