April1 , 2023

    First African Study Bible Launched


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    Theologians from different parts of Africa gathered in Sandton, Johannesburg on June 4 to launch the first ever African Study Bible, Times Live reports.

    The African Study Bible is written by 350 contributors from 50 African countries. Fifty denominations, including Baptist, Assemblies of God, Anglicans, and Presbyterians, are represented in the project.

    The African Study Bible contains more than 2,400 features, including African proverbs and sayings, maps, timelines, book introductions, and practical advice for Christians in Africa. It celebrates the s