Rev. P. E. Adotey Addo

Rev. P. E. "Peter" Adotey Addo resides in Greensboro, NC. Rev. Addo is a retired pastor in the WNC Conference of the United Methodist Church. He taught Religion for many years at Bennett College, Greensboro, NC. You can find out more about Rev. Addo at his web site,

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Works on TimBookTu by Rev. P E Adotey Addo


Ananse And Baboon: Kweku Ananse Outsmarts Himself
Fredey And Me And The Kite
How Wisdom Came To The World:An African Folk Tale
In The Company Of Good Spirits
The Death Of Innocence
The Ghost Of Camp Kiniwasa
The Night Before Christmas
The Legend Of Anna The Midwife:An African Christmas Legend


African Diaspora
A Jazz Junkie
A Moment Of Truth For Africa
A Requiem For The Children Of War, Magic Charms And Strong Mojos In Africa
For Kwame Nkrumah Of Ghana
Halala Madiba: Hail Mandela..A Birthday Poem
Hope And Hopelessness
I Never Expected to See You Here God
In An African Village
In The Village
Memories Of Dawn At Kukuhill
On A Funeral Day
On Passing A Village School
Rekindled Memories Of Home
Reflecting on Simplier Times
Talking To The Doctor
The African Harmattan
The Belly of the City
The Dignity of Vision
The Expatriate
The Sax Player At the Green Door
The Tradition Of The Elders
This Place Called Home
The Yam Festival


Brer Rabbit and Ananse Stories from Africa: Looking At Ourselves In Ghana
Looking Back From The Hill
Origins of African American Spiritualism
Proverbs in African Narrative Theology: Looking At Ourselves In Africa: Ghana At 50
Some Things Never Change: Looking At Ourselves In Africa
Telling The Story
The Death Of Innocence
The Loss Of African Traditional Religion In Contemporary Africa

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