Donation of Books by North America Theology Libraries to Africa Reflections on the Challenges and Benefits

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George Kotei Neequaye

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With thWith the development of Christianity in the third world increasing, the need for theological training and teaching increases.  Unfortunately, many third world countries lack the fiscal resources to provide some of the critical components to a sound theological education.  One of those resources being books.  Subsequently, many institutions striving to provide theological education advocate for print resources to truly fulfill their mission.  This article provides some of the challenges and benefits for North American theological libraries to donate to Africa.e development of Christianity in the third world increasing, the need for theological training and teaching increases.  Unfortunately, many third world countries lack the fiscal resources to provide some of the critical components to a sound theological education.  One of those resources being books.  Subsequently, many institutions striving to provide theological education advocate for print resources to truly fulfill their mission.  This article provides some of the challenges and benefits for North American theological libraries to donate to Africa.

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