Christian Churches and Communities in the Bulsa District

Note: In this issue of BULUK we can deal with only of few of the many Christian groups in the Bulsa District (in Sandema alone there are more than twenty Christian Churches). The articles published here, have been selected on the basis of the material and sources available. Further articles (e.g. written by members of other religious groups) are welcome.

Written Sources (Northern Ghana and Bulsa District):

Abayorik Akanbangm, David: Religious Pluralism. A Quest for Local Ecumenism in the Builsa District. A dissertation presented in partial fulfilment of a certificate in Theology. St. Victor’s Major Seminary Tamale, 2001.

Akankyalabey, Melanie et al. (Ed.): The History of Wiaga Parish. For Part of the Celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of Wiaga Parish. Wiaga 2002.

Barker, Peter: Peoples, Languages and Religion in Northern Ghana - a Preliminary Report. Ghana Evangelism Committee in association with Asempa Publishers. 1983

Bening, R. Bagulo: A History of Education in Northern Ghana 1907-1976. Ghana Universities Press Accra, 1990

Berinyuu, Abraham A.: History of the Presbyterian Church in Northern Ghana. Accra: Asempa Publishers, Christian Council of Ghana, 1997 (contributions by Colin F. Paton, Robert and Louise Duncan and Alan Byers on the Sandema District: pp. 108-154).

Der, Benedict: ‘Christian Missions and the Expansion of Western Education in Northern Ghana’. In: Yakubu Saaka (ed.): Regionalism and Public Policy in Northern Ghana. Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag, 2001

Grosskinsky, Joseph: Zur Missionsgeschichte von Nord-Ghana. (typescript, no date)

Howell, Allison M.: The Religious Itinerary of a Ghanaian People. Frankfurt a.M., Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris, Wien: Peter Lang Verlag.