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This lecture seeks to talk about the practice of African Traditional Religion in Modern African society highlighting the nature of the religion and its ethical concerns of preserving and enhancing life.
This lecture is about theologies of prosperity in the context of disease and poverty. It raises the question whether to liberate or continue to enslave adherence.
By: Dr. Sally Brasher, Shepherd University
By: Amy Ensley, M.S., Wilson College
By: Dr.Alison Dagnes, Shippensburg University
By: Rev. Charles L Griffin, Historic Bridge Street AWME Church
By: Dr. Tom James, Union Presbyterian Seminary
By: Laura Giacomini, FLTA and Fulbright Scholar of Wilson College
By: Marsha R. Banks, Founder and Executive Director of Amiracle4sure
This presentation will address healing from past hurts, understanding the importance of forgiveness, and celebrating our success.