Academic versus Spiritual: Theological Education and the Anointing of the Holy Spirit in Contemporary Prophetic Ministries in Ghana

Daniel Nii Aboagye Aryeh

Keywords


Academic; African culture; Anointing of the Holy Spirit; Bible school; Contemporary prophetic ministries; Exposition; Mentorship; Theological education.

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