3rd Symposium on Addressing Misleading Theologies : Controversies About Theologies Of Health And Healing

The AACC Theology, Interfaith  and Ecclesial Leadership Department   is pleased to announce the 3rd Symposium on Misleading Theologies under the theme :Controversies About Theologies Of Health And Healing.This symposium is planned to take place for 4 days in November 2021 with the arrivals slated on 21st  November 2021 and departures on 25th November 2021 in Nairobi, Kenya at the Desmond Tutu Conference Center ,Nairobi-Kenya. 
The symposium targets 100 people across the continent including the Chair and Secretary of the theological associations and ecumenical partners , church leaders, theologians preachers, pastors and lay leaders ,  out of the AACC circle.
Since October 2019, the All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC-CETA) has initiated a series of annual symposium on different issues related to Misleading Theologies. This is a strategy put in place by AACC in its 2019-2023 strategy plan to continue accompanying churches in Africa in the area of promoting relevant contextual theology as the continent encounter proliferation of different theologies and misinterpretation of the scripture leading to false doctrinal teachings and practices. 
The main objective of the 3rd symposium is to explore ways on how to properly address the theologies of Health and healing in the African church. This will cover particular theological issues on the above theme which are troubling our member churches. The symposium will also be an open eye for our member churches to evaluate the place given or not of the health and healing practices in our churches.
To participate, please choose one option below;
Please note that the the deadline for application will be on 30th August 2021. Due to limited space, final decision of applications will be informed on or before September 30, 2021.
For inquiries , Kindly Contact Rev.Prof Bosela Eale : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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