The Life and Contribution of Reverend Doctor Obed Ndeya Obadiah Kealotswe

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Fidelis Nkomazana https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9392-5632

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African Independent Churches, new religious movements, ecumenics, systematic theology, Ethiopianism

Abstract

The article presents the life, accomplishments and contributions of Dr Obed Ndeya Obadiah Kealotswe to the community, profession, governance, teaching and learning as well as to research and publication. Dr Kealotswe’s contribution and accomplishment in various spheres of life are outstanding.


 

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References

1. Kealotswe, O.N., "The person and character of Jesus Christ." In Reading and understanding the Bible from an African perspective: proceedings of the BOLESWA Conference held at the University of Botswana, 24-25 February 1997, edited by Jerome T. Walsh, Boleswa occasional papers in theology and religion Vol.1, 1997.

2. Kealotswe, O.N., An African Independent Church Leader: Bishop Smart Mthembu of the Head Mountain of God Apostolic Church in Zion. Vol. 5. Department of History, University of Botswana, 1994.

3. Kealotswe, O.N., "The possible resurgence of HIV/AIDS in Botswana: the case of Mokubilo and Letlhakane villages." BOLESWA: Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy, Vol. 2 (3), (2009): 1-14.

4. Kealotswe, O.N., "Religious isolationism, poverty and HIV/AIDS in Botswana: the role of religion in the era of HVI/AIDS." Boleswa Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy, Vol.1, (3) (2007): 135-154.

5. Kealotswe, O.N., "Acceptance and rejection: the traditional healer prophet and ids integration of healing methods." Boleswa Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy 1, (1), (2005): 109-122.

6. Kealotswe, O., "The concept of the Trinity in Botswana." Boleswa Occasional Papers in Theology and Religion, Vol.1 (2). (1989): 36-46.

7. Kealotswe, O., "The humanities and the post-modern era in Africa." Boleswa Occasional Papers in Theology and Religion , Vol. 2, (4) (2007): 8-12.

8. Kealotswe, O. "Botswana’s Muslims and the new (Muslim) religious movements." Boleswa: Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy, Vol. 4 (1), (2012): 127-136.

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