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Christians in Africa must not deny their cultural identity - Bishop

Rt Rev Prof Safo Kantanka The Kumasi Diocese of Methodist Church Ghana (MCG) has affirmed its resolve to rekindle the long-standing relationship between the church and traditional rulers to advance Methodism. The Right Reverend Professor Osei Safo-Kantanka, Diocesan Bishop, said Christianity was culture-conscious and, as such, recognised the critical role of chieftaincy in the spread of the gospel and human development in general. “The palace is important in the African setting because it is the wheel around which our cultural identity and heritage revolve. For that matter, any attempt to sustain the growth of Christianity which, in itself, is culture-specific, without the involvement » Read More

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