Nathan Samwini

The Muslim Resurgence in Ghana since 1950

Its Effects upon Muslims and Muslim-Christian Relations
Reihe: Christentum und Islam im Dialog Christian - Muslim Relations
The Muslim Resurgence in Ghana since 1950
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  • 978-3-8258-8991-2
  • 7
  • 2006
  • 352
  • broschiert
  • 34,90
The findings of this study reveal how in an attempt to better the wellbeing of Muslim... mehr
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The findings of this study reveal how in an attempt to better the wellbeing of Muslim communities in Ghana, the Muslim resurgence was inevitable. In the course of this resurgence, doctrinal differences between various groups produced protracted intra-Muslim conflicts in Ghana from 1950 - 2000.

Nathan Iddrisu Samwini attended Trinity College, Ghana where he did his theological studies and obtained his Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Studies from the University of Birmingham. He is the director of programmes of the Christian Council of Ghana and has been the Ghana Area Adviser of the Programme for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa (PROCMURA) since 1995.
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