Christianity and Islam are the cause of almost all the wars and tribal conflicts in Africa … to African indigenous healers and Christian churches in South Africa openly advocate dialogue with AIR (Denis 2006:310–323). Journal Home; Browse Journal. There are thousands of religions and denominations in this world. This challenge is for an unprecedent-edly complex triple change: 1. Horizontal change, across the whole range of concepts and practices of life Google Scholar Nürnberger, K. (1975), ‘The Sotho notion of the Supreme Being under the impact of the Christian Proclamation’, Journal of Religion in Africa , Vol. Norman, E. (1981), Christianity in the Southern Hemisphere: The churches in Latin American and South Africa (Oxford: Clarendon). Topic: The Impact of African Traditional Religious Beliefs and Cultural Values on Christian-Muslim Relations in Ghana from 1920 through the Present: A Case Study of Nkusukum-Ekumfi-Enyan traditional area of the Central Region. Christianity in Africa arrived in Egypt in the middle of the 1st century. VII /1975, pp. The African traditional religion has done more good than evil to Africa but I cannot say the same about Christianity. African Religion and its Influence on Christianity and Islam Traditional African religion has been the basis of spirituality for the people of Africa. However the most dominant ones in Ghana and Africa are Islam and Christianity, both accounting for more than 90% of religious adherents, with the rest, including traditional beliefs, having less than 10% of adherents. ... What's So Great About Christianity, by Dinesh D'Souza, and (3) ... the needy, and on alleviating distress even in distant places. Abstract: The inception, evangelization and missionary activities of Christianity and Islam in The Impact of Christianity What if Jesus Had Never Been Born? Current Issue; All Issues Impact of Christianity in Africa By EMORY Ross AFRICANS south of the Sahara in our day face a challenge not be-fore put to so large a group of people. IN THIS JOURNAL. 174–200. By the end of the 2nd century it had reached the region around Carthage.In the 4th century, the Aksumite empire in modern-day Eritrea and Ethiopia became one of the first regions in the world to adopt Christianity as an official religion and the Nubian kingdoms of Nobatia, Makuria and Alodia followed two centuries later. If there is a huge famine or reports of genocide in Africa, most people in other cultures are unconcerned. This article discusses briefly what postcolonialism and the meaning of AIR and its encounter with Christianity are. I cannot say the same about Islam and I cannot say the same about the other foreign religions in Africa today. Different levels of interreligious dialogue and …