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Aloo Mojola

Aloo Osotsi Mojola is a professor at St. Paul’s University in Limuru, Kenya, where he teaches philosophy, theology, and translation studies. He holds a PhD from the University of Nairobi and is also an honorary professor in the Faculty of Theology at Pretoria University in South Africa. With the United Bible Societies, he worked as a translation consultant and also as the Africa area translation coordinator, and has participated in some sixty Bible translation projects in Africa. Dr. Mojola serves as a board member for the Kenyan NGO, Men for the Equality of Men and Women. 

CBE Endorsement: Priscilla Papers is an outstanding academic journal sponsored by CBE. In existence for some 30 years now, it provides a platform for interdisciplinary biblical and evangelical scholarship on the forefront for supporting, promoting, and advancing the cause of gender justice and equality not only in the Western world but also globally. Unfortunately this leading and cutting edge journal on issues of utmost importance in the ways we treat and relate to our sisters, mothers and daughters, is almost unknown in the countries of the non-Western world, where its message and clarion voice is more than ever relevant and needed. No effort should be spared to ensure that this influential and leading journal is available in the countries of the non-Western world, and accessible to scholars and all interested readers who will greatly benefit thereby. Priscilla Papers is not intended for the ivory tower but out there among the common people as an agent of personal and communal transformation.

Aloo Mojola serves on CBE’s Board of Reference

Resources By This Author

Academic Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | April 26, 2019

The Power of Bible Translation

Video | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | July 22, 2017

Bible Translation and Gender, Successes and Challenges

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