African Study Bible Published | Liberian Observer

Rev. John K. Jusu, ASB Supervision Editor speaking at the bible launch

A new bible called the ‘African Study Bible (ASB)’ has been published with special emphasis on witchcraft, African culture and other issues adversely affecting the African Christian.

Rev. John K. Jusu, ASB Supervising Editor, said the bible is the first of its kind that is written by over 350 Africans in four different languages including English, French, Arabic and Portuguese for the African environment.

The notes  contained in the ASB are not in other bibles because where other bibles criticize witchcraft, polygamy and traditional practices, these are not a problem in the ASB. Rather, they are major things that Christians in Africa are confronted with, said Rev. Jusu.

He said the purpose for writing the ASB is to…

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