Christian Scholars’ Week

How is it that the academic community has completely done away with the overarching reality that knowledge is ultimately as a result of God himself granting us both the intellect to process information and the authority to subdue it? The … Continued

Education and God’s Mission

By Voddie  Baucham When people find out I’m in Africa working at a Christian University, their response is almost always the same.  They assume that ACU is a “Bible College” of some sort.  They are always shocked and amazed when … Continued

Order and Peace in the Creator

By Dr. Ken Turnball Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honourable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. … Continued

Your Business for Missions

Your Business for Missions (Dr. Dennis K. Chiwele) Purpose This short article addresses the question – is there a role for business in efforts to extend God’s kingdom in Zambia and Africa? Our interest is to explore how business and … Continued

The latest addition to our team

The latest addition to our team is Mr. Chali Tumelo-Chakonta. He will be working as the Clerk of Works and assisting with the Student Labor Programme. Mr. Chakonta’s main responsibility is to get construction under way at Chisamba to enable … Continued

Must We Train Preachers?

By Dr. Voddie Baucham Not all Christians view theological education through the same lens. There is a strong anti-intellectual streak running through the body of Christ in both Africa and the west. Nor is this something new. Timothy Dwight, the … Continued

A Biblical Worldview. Why the fuss?

A Biblical Worldview. Why the fuss? It is not difficult to tell what worldview someone holds on to. There is nothing magical about it. As I interact with people from various walks of life, I am intrigued at the “lenses” … Continued

The Importance of Critical Thinking in Africa

By Ronald Kalifungwa ***************** I want to begin this article on the importance of critical thinking in Africa with a syllogism. It goes like this, “All human beings can think critically. All Africans are human beings. Therefore, all Africans can … Continued