REVIEWS CHAKANZA, J.C., and Ross, Kenneth, Religion in Malawi: An Annotated Bibliography, Blantyre, CLAIM (Kachere Text No. 7), 1998, 160 pp., 99908 16 13 1. Ross, Kenneth, Here Comes Your King! Christ, Church and Nation in Malawi, Blantyre, CLAIM (Kachere Book No. 5), 1998, 200 pp., 99908 16 10 7. Ross, Kenneth (ed.), Faith at the Frontiers of Knowledge, Blantyre, CLAIM (Kachere Book No. 6), 1998, 240 pp., 99908 16 11 5. Kenneth Ross, who taught at the University of Malawi from 1988 until 1998, has played a major role in the launching of the Kachere Series. Now General Secretary of the Church of Scotland Board of World Mission, he has set inspiring standards for the series through several initiatives. He has been a frequent editor of the Kachcre pub- lications, and as a prolific writer he has partly guaranteed the steady output of the series. The three publications under review here belong to the fruits of his last years in Malawi and reflect once more Ross's enduring concerns: the nature of theological scholarship and the rela- tionship between church and society. Religion in Malawi: An Annotated Bibliography carries forward a bibliographic venture initiated almost twenty years earlier
Journal of Religion in Africa – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2001
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