The 2022 conference seeked to explore the significance of a Christian worldview to important areas of life including work, arts and literature, popular culture, atheism, cults, science and Afro-centric thought.
Theme: Colossians 2:6-8
was on November | 22-27 | 2022
The 3rd Annual African Apologetics Conference
2022 THEME: Worldview in a Wandering World (Col 2:6-8)
Our view of the world is shaped by many things. These include childhood experiences, societal views, philosophical ideas and religious experiences, among others. The Judeo-Christian heritage presents significant consequences to all of life. This conference seeks to explore the significance of a Christian worldview to important areas of life including work, arts and literature, popular culture, atheism, cults, science and Afro-centric thought.
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Dr. Julisa Rowe has been acting and directing for over 30 years, throughout the United States, Kenya and worldwide. She has a BA in Drama, an MA in Intercultural Communication and a Doctorate in Ethnodramatology (the study of different cultural drama forms) and taught theatre at Daystar University for 11 years. She is an international consultant, trainer, performer and director, serving as the country director for ACT Kenya, and has performed in, and directed, dozens of plays for community, school and church groups. She toured the United States professionally for 14 years with several original one-woman shows, both musical and dramatic. In Kenya, she has been seen on TV in Briefcase, Inc. (KTN), Groove Theory (Zuku Africa) and, most recently, as Marjorie Randall in One in a Million for Maisha Magic and currently heads the drama ministries at Mamlaka Hill Chapel. Under ACT Kenya, she is the Executive Director the Creating Understanding International ministry, which incorporates 4 centres: The Centre for Intercultural Leadership (which oversees the ministry of Dr. and Mrs. Donald K. Smith, founders of Daystar University, and their writings and teaching), the Centre for Performing Arts, the Centre for Media, and the Centre for Worship Renewal and Music.
Additionally, she serves as the Dean of the School of Creative Expression for Missional University, and upcoming online university, and is developing a degree program in Ethnodramatology for them as well as overseeing 5 departments of digital, media, communication and creative arts.
Paul A. Nelson is currently a Senior Fellow of the Discovery Institute and Adjunct Professor in the Master of Arts Program in Science & Religion at Biola University. He is a philosopher of biology who has been involved in the intelligent design debate internationally for three decades. After Paul received his B.A. in philosophy with a minor in evolutionary biology from the University of Pittsburgh, he entered the University of Chicago, where he received his Ph.D. (1998) in the philosophy of biology and evolutionary theory. His research interests include the relationship between developmental biology and our knowledge of the history of life, the theory of intelligent design, and the interaction of science and theology. Paul lectures frequently at colleges and universities throughout the United States and Europe, has spoken on American and Italian national public radio, and written for popular publications.
Vince Bantu is the Ohene (President) of the Meachum School of Haymanot and is Assistant Professor of Church History and Black Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary. Vince’s assignment from the Lord is to proclaim that the Bisrat (Gospel) of Yeshua is for all nations, tribes and tongues and to do this by teaching on the earliest history of Christianity in Africa and Asia. Vince is the author of A Multitude of All Peoples (IVP), Gospel Haymanot (UMI) and The Bisrat (Jude 3 Project). Vince is also the Ohene (President) of the Society of Gospel Haymanot (SGH, an academic socity of theological Gospelism – Afro-rooted theology commited to the universal Lordship of Jesus, biblical authority and the liberation of the oppressed. Vince also serves as the Katabi (editor) of the publication of SGH – the Haymanot Journal. Vince, his wife Diana, and their daughters live and minister in St. Louis and they love to travel, watch moveies and burst some spades.
Dwight S.M. Mutonono (DMin Bakke Graduate University USA, PhD Candidate Asbury Theological Seminary) is currently at Asbury Theological Seminary in the USA. He previously worked at Africa Leadership and Management Academy in Zimbabwe as the Executive Director and is part of the International Council for Faith Ministries churches which originated in Zimbabwe. He has written two published books and contributed to others. He has also written several articles for academia, newspapers and other publications.