Religion, Myths, Witchcraft, and Sacred Sites
Early Christianity in North Africa Part 1
Historical Background, Factors Which Influenced the Spread Of Christianity, and Christianity Reaches North Africa
Early Christianity in North Africa Part 2
Alexandria as an Early Center of Christianity, Early Martyrs, Latin as the Language of Western Christianity, Church Fathers
Early Christianity in North Africa Part 3
Monasticism, North Africa and Christian Heresies, Influential Theologians
Saint Victor I
Biography of Victor I, who is believed to have come from Roman North Africa (likely in Leptis Magna), was pope from around 189 CE to 198 (or 199) CE.
Miltiades (aka Melchiades) was pope from 311 CE to 314 CE. His feast day is 10 December. Records show that he came from Roman North Africa.
Saint Gelasius I
Biography of Gelasius I, who is recorded as having come from Roman North Africa, was pope from 492 CE to 496 CE.
What is the Liber Pontificalis?
Catechetical School of Alexandria
What was the Catechetical School of Alexandria?
African Myths of Origin by Stephen Belcher
Read a review of the book “African Myths of Origin”, which is a collation of traditional African myths from across the continent.
Book Review: The History of Islam in Africa
The Islamic faith and Muslims have played a crucial role in the development of Africa, not only in North Africa and West Africa where it is still the dominant religion, but also in East and Southern Africa. Read this review...