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RESOURCES: TRACTS, ARTICLES & REVIEWS

 

Tracts & Articles

   
       
Four Dangers of Jehovah's Witnesses (IRR/ACFAR)    
       
Is Mormonism Christian?—English (IRR/ACFAR)    
       
Is Mormonism Christian?—Luganda (ACFAR)    
       
The Mormon Church and the African (ACFAR)    
       
The New Apostolic Church—The One True Church, or Another Erroneous Sect (ACFAR)
       
The New Apostolic Church (Dr. Victor Kuligin, Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology)
       
What's Wrong with Seventh-Day Adventism? (ACFAR)    
       
Is Brother Branham Your Absolute? (ACFAR)    
       
William Branham: Healing and Heresy (ACFAR)    
       
The Dangers of Cultic Involvement (Reuben Kigame, Word of Truth Ministries)
       
A Statement on Prosperity Teaching (Lausanne Theology Working Group)
       
Why CFAR? Why Africa? Why Now? (Paul Carden, Proclamation! magazine)    
       
What Does Christ Gospel Church Teach? Analyzing the Teaching of Bernice R. Hicks (Google Knol)
       
Should We Critique Mormonism? (Lifeway Online)    
       
What is 'Official' Mormon Doctrine? (Lifeway Online)    
       
       

Book Reviews and Notices

   
Femi Adeleye, Preachers of a Different Gospel. Kampala: IFES Anglophone Africa, 1999; 154 pp.
   
Robby Muhumuza, False Teachers and False Teaching. Kampala: IFES Anglophone Africa, 1999; 61 pp.
   
Richard Gehman, Who Are the Living-Dead? A Theology of Death, Life After Death and the Living-Dead. Nairobi: Evangel Publishing House, 1999; 350 pp.
   
Marvin S. Wolford, Free Indeed from Sorcery Bondage. San Rafael, CA: Pathway Press, 1999.
   
Robert Bwire, Ashes of Faith: A Doomsday Cult's Orchestration of Mass Murder in Africa. Amsterdam: Frontier Publishing, 2007; 166 pp.
   
Bernard Atuhaire, The Uganda Cult Tragedy: A Private Investigation. London: Janus Publishing Company, 2003; 138 pp.
   
S. Kabazzi-Kisirinya, Nkurunziza R.K. Deusdedit, and Banura Gerard, eds., The Kanungu Cult-Saga: Suicide, Murder or Salvation? Kisubi, Uganda: Marianum Press, 2000; 112 pp.
   
Byang H. Kato, Theological Pitfalls in Africa. Nairobi: Evangel Publishing House, 1975; 200 pp.
 

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Anatoli Wasswa and Henry Ford Miirima, Unveiling Witchcraft. Kisubi, Uganda: Marianum Press, 2006; 361 pp.
   
Paul Gifford, African Christianity: Its Public Role. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1998; 368 pp.
   
Richard K. MacMaster and Donald R. Jacobs, A Gentle Wind of God: The Influence of the East Africa Revival. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 2006; 403 pp.
   
Heike Behrend, Alice Lakwena and the Holy Spirits: War in Northern Uganda, 1986-1997. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 1999; 210 pp.
   
Allan H. Anderson, African Reformation: African Initiated Christianity in the 20th Century. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, Inc., 2001; 282 pp.
   
Yusufu Turaki, Foundations of African Traditional Religion and Worldview. Nairobi: WordAlive Publishers, 2006; 128 pp.
   
Peter Kasenene, Religious Ethics in Africa. Kampala: Fountain Publishers, 1998; 110 pp.
   
Joe M. Kapolyo, The Human Condition: Christian Perspectives Through African Eyes. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2005; 169 pp.
       

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