Africa, Christianity and the Bible

Africa, Christianity and the Bible

2 Seasons

Tracing Africa's history through the framework of the Bible. Helping you discover the original Africans, their relationships with Ancient Greece, Israel and beyond through to the New Testament.

Africa, Christianity and the Bible
  • Introduction

    Episode 1

    Bishop Wayne Malcolm welcomes Archbishop Doye Agama who introduces the series uncovering the original Africans and their relationship with the ancient Greece, Israel and beyond. The series also looks at the relationship between Islam and Christianity in North Africa.

  • Africa and The Bloodline of Christ

    Episode 2

    Archbishop Doye Agama traces the genealogy of Christ and the connections to Africa, starting with Noah's descendants.

  • Moses to David

    Episode 3

    Archbishop Doye Agama takes us through Africa's ancient history, picking up from the from the Israelites leaving Egypt with Moses up until King Solomon's relationship with the Queen of Sheba.

  • From Bethlehem to Islam

    Episode 4

    Archbishop Doye Agama teaches us through from the time from the birth of Christ, and the magi who traveled to see Him, to the beginning of Islam.

  • Christianity In African Colonialism

    Episode 5

    Bishop Wayne Malcolm hears from Archbishop Doye Agama about the relationship Christianity had with the colonisation, and how commercial exploitation and slavery overtook the responsibility of taking the Gospel to the ends of the earth.

  • Ex-Slaves Become Missionaries

    Episode 6

    Archbishop Doye Agama shares the history of the ex-slaves who became Christian missionaries, who went across Africa and spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

  • Religion & Poltics In Africa Today

    Episode 7

    When religion becomes involved in politics, politics often enters into the church. Archbishop Doye Agama looks at the effects of religion in politics and how Christianity suffers persecution under Islamic rule.

  • The Future Of African Christianity

    Episode 8

    Bishop Wayne Malcolm speaks to Archbishop Doye Agama about his views for the future of Christianity in Africa and how Africa is becoming the epicenter of the global church.