Bienvenue/Welcome

Bienvenue sur le blog de conversation Français-Anglais Palabre. Ce blog est un lieu d’échange d’idées et de partage autour de questions aussi variées que la théologie, la mission, l’économie, la politique, l’éducation, l’environnement et la culture, en particulier dans leur rapport avec l’église en Afrique francophone. Prenez donc place sous notre arbre à palabre et faites bonne lecture des sujets traités. Nous vous invitons aussi à partager vos réflexions et vos réactions, car comme dirait le sage (Prov. 15:22), “les plans échouent faute de délibérations secrètes; mais ils se réalisent quand les conseillers sont nombreux.”

Welcome to the French-English conversation blog Palabre. This blog is a place for exchanging ideas and sharing about issues as diverse as theology, missions, economics, politics, education, environment, and culture, especially as these subjects concern the church in French-speaking Africa. So please have a seat at our conversation table and enjoy reading the subjects discussed. You are also invited to share your reflections and reactions, for as the sage remarks (Prov. 15:22), “plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.”

The creators of this blog are:

Elisée Ouoba, PhD (Candidate), is doing a PhD in New Testament at Wheaton Graduate School. He is from Burkina Faso.

Peter W. Dunn, PhD (Cambridge), is a DIY investor.  He is a specialist of the second-century Acts of Paul.  He is an American living in Toronto (GTA), Canada.  He blogs now at the Righteous Investor and petrostelos.

Other bloggers are:

Moussa Bongoyok, PhD (Fuller), was Academic Dean of Bangui Evangelical School of Theology; he is a specialist in Christian ministry in an Islamic context.  He is from Cameroon.

Richard Houmegni is a specialist in apologetics in the context of the University Campus.  He formerly worked for Groupes Bibliques Univesitaires and holds a Master’s Degree from BEST.  He is from Cameroon.

Abel Ngarsoulede is a PhD student at Bangui Evangelical School of Theology in systematic theology.  He is from Chad.

Responses

  1. What a great, refreshing blog. Wild!


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