In this episode, Kelefa Sanneh, staff writer for The New Yorker, is joined by John Azumah, Founding Executive Director of the Sanneh Institute, to discuss the legacy and witness of Kelefa's father Lamin Sanneh, a leading expert in Christian theology and missions as well as Christian-Muslim dialogue. Lamin's legacy continues on through the work of the Sanneh Institute, which seeks to educate and equip religious leaders, scholars, academic institutions, and the broader public on Christian and Muslim history, theology, and possibilities for interfaith partnership.
The African Christian and Islam by John Azumah
My Neighbor's Faith: Islam Explained for Christians by John Azumah
Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres by Kelefa Sanneh
"The Plan to Build a Capital for Black Capitalism" by Kelefa Sanneh