Tumani Mutasa Nyajeka

Dr. Tumani Mutasa Nyajeka

Address700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Atlanta, GA

Henderson/E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism, Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary
Henderson/E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism, Interdenominational Theological Center

B.A., University of Zimbabwe,
M.Div., Duke University,
M.T.S., Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary,
Ph.D., Northwestern University,

Dr. Tumani Nyajeka has a special interest in the history of religion, history of the mission of the church, gender studies, African studies and the history of the church and its mission. She teaches courses in congregational evangelism, biblical models of mission, and Christian evangelism and ethnotheology, Her most significant publications include The Unwritten Text: The Indigenous African Christian Women’s Movement in Zimbabwe; “What Has Happened to Us? Conversing with Scholar Mercy Oduyoye on the Quest for Life” in Africentric Approaches to Christian Ministry: Strengthening Urban Congregations in African American Communities; “African Women and Education: Vision, Myth, and Reality, The Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center; Shona Women and the Mutupo Principle in Women Healing Earth: Third World Women on Ecology, Feminism, and Religion and Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, Vol. 2.

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