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A Comparative Study of to Alfa Kai to Omega in the Greek New Testament (Revelation 1:8) and Asante-Twi Bible

2020-05-20T11:02:20+00:00

A Comparative Study of to Alfa Kai to Omega in the Greek New Testament (Revelation 1:8) and Asante-Twi Bible AUTHOR: Emmanuel Foster AsamoahISSUE: Vol.2  No.1 April 2020 Article 9PAGES : 70-77DOI : 10.38159/motbit.2020049 Abstract Bible Translation has been a means the Church uses to bring the Gospel into the language of the recipients to help improve the [...]

A Comparative Study of to Alfa Kai to Omega in the Greek New Testament (Revelation 1:8) and Asante-Twi Bible2020-05-20T11:02:20+00:00

Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and the Environment: The Akan Perspective

2020-05-18T14:48:23+00:00

Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and the Environment: The Akan Perspective AUTHOR: Joseph Kofi AntwiISSUE: Vol.2  No.1 April 2020 Article 8PAGES : 58 - 69DOI : 10.38159/motbit.2020048 Abstract There are a number of academic studies that suggest that conservational values embedded in religio-cultural thoughts could be used in collaboration with science [...]

Indigenous Ecological Knowledge and the Environment: The Akan Perspective2020-05-18T14:48:23+00:00

A Theological Analysis of Issues Arising from the Christian Asante Chief’s Relationship with the Black Stool (Akonwa Tuntum)

2020-05-14T14:31:23+00:00

A Theological Analysis of Issues Arising from the Christian Asante Chief’s Relationship with the Black Stool (Akonwa Tuntum) AUTHOR: Samuel OforiISSUE: Vol.2  No.1 April 2020 Article 7PAGES : 50 - 57DOI : 10.38159/motbit.2020047 Abstract One of several issues of contention that have created a gulf between Christianity and the [...]

A Theological Analysis of Issues Arising from the Christian Asante Chief’s Relationship with the Black Stool (Akonwa Tuntum)2020-05-14T14:31:23+00:00

Challenge of Translating “Snow” In Yoruba Bible and Its Influence on Congregational Singing Among Yoruba Christian Worshipers

2020-05-14T14:24:24+00:00

Challenge of Translating “Snow” In Yoruba Bible and Its Influence on Congregational Singing Among Yoruba Christian Worshipers AUTHOR: Gabriel Ademola OyeniyiISSUE: Vol.2  No.1 April 2020 Article 6PAGES : 42 -49DOI :10.32051/motbit.2020.046 Abstract The word snow in Isaiah 1:18b which was transliterated as sno in the second line of the [...]

Challenge of Translating “Snow” In Yoruba Bible and Its Influence on Congregational Singing Among Yoruba Christian Worshipers2020-05-14T14:24:24+00:00

Bible For The Deaf: Implication For Sign Language Bible Translation

2020-04-26T22:17:55+00:00

Bible For The Deaf: Implication For Sign Language Bible Translation AUTHOR: Ruth M. OyeniyiISSUE: Vol.2  No.1 April 2020 Article 5PAGES : 35 - 41DOI : 10.32051/motbit.2020.045 Abstract The Deaf community in Nigeria is confronted with the challenge of non-translation of the Bible into Sign Language, leading to a greater [...]

Bible For The Deaf: Implication For Sign Language Bible Translation2020-04-26T22:17:55+00:00

A Critical Study of the Translation of Egkrateia in Galatians 5:23 in the Asante-Twi Bible (2017)

2020-04-26T22:07:59+00:00

A Critical Study of the Translation of Egkrateia in Galatians 5:23 in the Asante-Twi Bible (2017) AUTHOR: Yaw WoraeISSUE: Vol.2  No.1 April 2020 Article 4PAGES : 28-34DOI : 10.32051/motbit.2020.044 Abstract Bible translation is a complex exercise that attempts to communicate what was first expressed in one language by expressing [...]

A Critical Study of the Translation of Egkrateia in Galatians 5:23 in the Asante-Twi Bible (2017)2020-04-26T22:07:59+00:00

The Concept of Evil in African Communities: The Case of the Yoruba, Akan and Igbo People

2020-04-02T16:17:17+00:00

The Concept of Evil in African Communities: The Case of the Yoruba, Akan and Igbo People AUTHOR: Godfred Adjei NyarkoISSUE: Vol.2  No.1 April 2020 Article 3PAGES : 21 - 27DOI : 10.32051/motbit.2020.043 Abstract Traditionally, Africans see themselves as each other’s keeper, and that is the main reason for the [...]

The Concept of Evil in African Communities: The Case of the Yoruba, Akan and Igbo People2020-04-02T16:17:17+00:00

Abosom, A Theological Issue in the Celebration of Odwira by the Akuapem of Ghana

2020-04-02T16:18:57+00:00

Abosom, A Theological Issue in the Celebration of Odwira by the Akuapem of Ghana AUTHOR: Ernestina AfriyieISSUE: Vol.2  No.1 April 2020 Article 2PAGES : 9-20DOI : 10.32051/motbit.2020.042 Abstract The people of Akuapem in the Eastern Region of Ghana celebrate Odwira annually. Akuapem Christians see the celebration of Odwira as [...]

Abosom, A Theological Issue in the Celebration of Odwira by the Akuapem of Ghana2020-04-02T16:18:57+00:00

“Higher Righteousness” for Kingdom Living: An Exegetical Analysis of Some Key Terms in Matthew 5: 17-20

2020-04-02T16:19:49+00:00

“Higher Righteousness” for Kingdom Living: An Exegetical Analysis of Some Key Terms in Matthew 5: 17-20 AUTHOR: Frederick M. Amevenku & Isaac BoahengISSUE: Vol.2  No.1 April 2020 Article 1PAGES : 1-8DOI : 10.32051/motbit.2020.041 Abstract No biblical text has had greater impact on Christianity than the Sermon on the Mount [...]

“Higher Righteousness” for Kingdom Living: An Exegetical Analysis of Some Key Terms in Matthew 5: 17-202020-04-02T16:19:49+00:00

Call for Papers for MOTBIT August 2020 Issue

2020-07-01T20:52:41+00:00

You are invited to submit a paper for possible publication in the August 2020 Issue of the Journal of Mother-Tongue Biblical Hermeneutics and Theology(MOTBIT) currently published by Noyam Publishers. We welcome the latest research in the areas of :Biblical InterpretationBible TranslationMother Tongue TheologyBiblical TheologyLinguisticsThe Chicago Style of Referencing, 17th Edition MUST BE STRICTLY FOLLOWED.SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday, 31st July [...]

Call for Papers for MOTBIT August 2020 Issue2020-07-01T20:52:41+00:00