Since the coming of the Gospel in Africa the African Christians have not considered it very significant in their lives. In spite of all the missionary endeavors to dismiss belief in occult and superstitions as demonic, these beliefs are a reality in the lives of many Christians in Africa. While the western churches are grappling with contemporary anti-Christian doctrines such as existentialism, secularism and universalism, atheism among others, the African churches are busy fighting with magic, witchcraft, and spirit possession among others. This is notorious reality and therefore much time and space has been dedicated towards investigation on the subject. Some people are asking: is it some kind of liberation theology or African spirituality at its best? This book is geared towards enlightening the reader on the broad challenges facing African Theologian. African Theologian who are you, what are you, and who do you think you are? The book is long enough to answer some questions on African Theology and short enough to arouse the curiosity. It is simple, clear precise and to the point. I recommend the book for evangelisation in Africa and abroad. It can also be used in Theological Schools.