Islam and Christianity in Africa
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The paper argues that Islam had a less disruptive influence on Africa than did Christianity.
From the Paper:"The BBC broadcast a program in in which it was strongly suggested that Christianity and Islam had two very different impacts on Africa. The BBC stated that Islam, which tolerated native African cultural and social traditions, made conversion easier and was ultimately less upsetting and more beneficial to Africa than Christianity. This position appears to be valid when one considers the interaction between the cultures of West Africa and Islam and Christianity and the Congo. Albert Hourani reported that in Africa, Islam spread along trade..."
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