Kwame Oppong-Konadu
Education, Degrees
  • 2022-present: Ph.D. studies in Theology and Religious Studies, Evangelische Theologische Faculteit, Leuven (ETF Leuven)
  • 2022: MA in Theology and Religious Studies, ETF Leuven
  • 2022: Post-Graduate Studies in Theological Research, Kenyan Methodist University
  • 2020: MA in Theology, Protestant Theological University (PThU), Groningen
  • 2018: BA in Sociology and Study of Religions, University of Ghana, Legon-Accra
Academic Positions and Teaching Experience
  • 2023-present: Affiliated Researcher in Religious Studies and Missiology, ETF Leuven
  • 2022-present: Visiting Researcher, Wesley House, Cambridge
  • 2018: Teaching Assistant, department for the Study of Religions, University of Ghana, Legon-Accra
Academic Memberships
  • Institute for the Study of Freedom of Religion or Belief (ISFORB), ETF Leuven
  • GloPent: European Research Network on Global Pentecostalism
  • Pan-African Theological Roundtable, Liverpool, the United Kingdom
  • Langham Scholars
Selected Bibliography

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  • “Missionary Ventures of Ghanaian Pentecostals in Europe: An Exploration of “Reverse Mission” within the Church of Pentecost in Belgium.” Missionalia: Southern African Journal of Missiology 51 (2023): 130–41.

Paper Presentations

  • “Christus Salvator: God’s Salvation in Christ, Christ’s Finality and the Christian Mission within a Religiously Pluralistic World.” International Conference on Religion and Education (Online) “Synodality on Interfaith, Gender, Achieve Peace, Gender Equality, Mental Health, Wellbeing, and Environmental Preservation.” Moriah Theological Seminary/ Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Moriah, Tangerang, Indonesia, 18-19 October 2023.
  • “The Impacts of Religion on Politics in Ghana: A Case Study of Neo-Prophetic Churches and Ghana’s Elections.” ISFORB Conference “Secular States Struggling with Religious Freedom.” ETF Leuven, 4-5 May 2023.