Samuel Waje Kunhiyop (PhD) is professor of theology/ethics, ECWA Theological Seminary, Jos, Visiting Professor of Ethics, Bingham University, Karu, Nigeria. He is the current General Secretary of ECWA. Previously, he served as Provost, ECWA Seminary Nigeria, and head of Postgraduate School, SATS, Rivonia, SA.
Among his publications are: An Analysis of the Continuity of Traditional Values and Practices Among Bajju Christians (B.A. Thesis 1984), Developing the Christian Core Among Bajju Christians with Relationship to the Belief in Witchcraft (MAET Thesis, Western Seminary, 1988), Christian Relevance in Modern Africa (1997), The Poor: Good News for Africa’s Poor (2001), Witchcraft: A Philosophical and Theological Study (2002), “Witchcraft” in African Bible Commentary, (2006), African Christian Ethics (2008), The Challenge of African Christian Morality (2009), “Towards a Christian Communal Ethics: The African Contribution” in Cultural Encounters, Vol. 6, Number 2, (2010) African Christian Theology (2012), Workshop on “Pastoral and Theological Issues Witchcraft” at NEGST/AIU in Nairobi from March 6 – 9, 2013. “A Theological, Epistemological and Metaphysical Critique of Witchcraft” paper presented at American Society of Mission, Minneapolis-St Paul (June 20-23, 2014).