The Jonathan Edwards Centre Africa was founded in 2009 as a result of the strategic partnership of Yale University, Jonathan Edwards Center and the University of the Free State.
In support of the efforts to increase Africans' access to quality education Yale University, Jonathan Edwards Center and the University of the Free State strategically partnered to empower aspiring next generation African leaders of academia and church with primary resources for research, education and publication.
The Jonathan Edwards Centre Africa at the University of the Free State is the hub of an African (online) network of educational partners providing accessible, affordable, and academically credible programs in historical theology, primary sources, and religious history. Furthermore, research and archival studies are conducted regarding the importance of the reception of the works and thought of Jonathan Edwards in the history of Africa missions. Students from Africa, the Americas and Asia have enrolled in the highly competitive non-residential postgraduate study programs supported by an international group of leading scholars.
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