Below you will find some bibliographies related to the interface between Africa and the Bible:

  • 2020: Charlie Trimm: “Works written by black Old Testament scholars”. Available here.

  • 2004: Knut Holter: “The first generation of African Old Testament scholars: The geographical hermeneutics of their academic training.” Bulletin for Old Testament Studies in Africa 17 (2004), 2-18. Available here.

  • 2002: Knut Holter: “An annotated bibliography of African doctoral dissertations in Old Testament studies, 1967-2000”, published in: Knut Holter, Old Testament Research for Africa: A Critical Analysis and Annotated Bibliography of African Old Testament Dissertations, 1967-2000. New York: Peter Lang (2002), 20-60. Available here.

  • 2000: Grant LeMarquand, “A bibliography of the Bible in Africa.” Available here.

  • 1996: Knut Holter: Tropical Africa and the Old Testament: A Select and Annotated Bibliography. Oslo: University of Oslo, 1996. Available here.

Knut Holter’s Africana Book Reviews

This section will soon offer access to Professor Knut Holter’s more than 150 brief book reviews, published over the years in various academic journals, especially in BookNotes for Africa: A Review Journal.

Recent reviews:
Books on Africa and the Bible:

Coming soon.

Books on African theology, church life, culture:

Coming soon.

BOTSA: Bulletin for Old Testament Studies in Africa, 1996-2006

BOTSA: Bulletin for Old Testament Studies in Africa was edited and published biannually by Professor Knut Holter in the years 1996 to 2006, from 1996 to 1999 under the name Newsletter on African Old Testament Scholarship.