Religion, state & society

In this special edition issue on religion, state and society: Kindeneh Endeg Mihretie describes the competition between the established Orthodox Church, Muslims and the relatively new Pentecostal movements to increase their sphere of influence in Addis Ababa. Michael Brislen examines Muslim and Christian perceptions of each other in Kenya. In his article on Kadhi courts, Hassan Ndzovu discusses the extent of religious freedom within Kenya’s secular constitutional dispensation and Terje Ostebo wraps up this issue with an overview of the dynamics of religious resurgence in countries in the Horn. Read it here.