Title/Qualifications: Dr/B.Ed (Arts); MA, Ph.D
Department/Unit/Section: Philosophy And Religious Studies
Contact Address: Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, P. O. Box 43844,00100 Nairobi
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Position: Chairperson & SENIOR LECTURER, Dept. of Philosophy & Religious Studies
Area of Specialization: Islamic Studies
Research Interests: Religion and Culture; Gender and Education; Islamic Education; Christian-Muslim Relations

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  • Newton Kahumbi, 2017:A History of Christian – Muslim Relations in Kenya, 1963 2015.Book :Christian Responses to Terrorism: The Kenya Experience, Edited by Gordon L.Heath & David K. Tarus, pp. 12-32978-1-4982-2927-2
  • Newton Kahumbi:2015: Role of Women in Ethnic Conflict Management in Kenya,Book Author: Newton Kahumbi,978-3-639-76868-8
  • Newton Kahumbi,2014:Challenges of teaching Islamic Studies by  non-Muslims in Kenyan Tertiary institutions,Journal,Tangaza Journal of Theology & Mission, 2013/1, pp. 54-67,9966-08-843-1
  • Newton Kahumbi,2012:The Qur’anic teaching as a Paradigm of Harmonious interfaith relations between Muslims and Christians in Kenya,Proceedings on the International Symposium on Qur’an and Contemporary issues, pp.301-313    
  • Newton Kahumbi,2011:Islamic Influence on Education in Africa,Book Author:978-3-8443-342-0
  • Newton Kahumbi,    2011:Islamophobia among Christians and its challenge in entrenchment of Kadhi courts in  Kenya,Constitutional Review in Kenya and Kadhi Courts, edited by Abdukader Tayob & Joseph Wandera, pp. 49-55, Centre for Contemporary Islam, University of Cape Town,0-620-22755-9
  • Newton Kahumbi,2008:The Role of Women Religious Leaders in Managing and Resolving Ethnic Conflicts in Kenya: The Case of Rural Women Peace Link,Journal,Vol. 3, No. 5, October, in ChemChemi, Journal of the School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Kenyatta University,  pp.65-95,1563-1028
  • Newton Kahumbi,2007:The Interface between Religion and Culture: Constraints to Muslim Girls’ Access to Secondary School education in Kenya,Journal,Issue No. 9, 2006-7, Annual Review of Islam in South Africa (ARISA), University of Cape Town,  pp.46-52,0-620-22755-9
  • Newton Kahumbi,2001:Understanding Islamic Fundamentalism,Journal,Vol. 43, No. 6, December African Ecclesial Review (AFER), pp. 279-29    
  • Newton Kahumbi,1995:Christian-Muslim Relations in Kenya: An Examination of Issues of Conflict,Journal,No.17, January, CSIC PAPERS AFRICA. Center for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations. Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham, U.K,0959-8456
  • Newton Kahumbi,2009:The Historical Roots of Conflicts between Christians and Muslims in Kenya,Book,Interfaith Dialogue, edited by Mvumbi, F.N., pp.77-99,9966-909-72-9
  • Newton Kahumbi,2007:Interpretation of the Qur’an and its Influence 0n Girls’ Access to Secondary School Education in Kenya,Book,Contemporary Development Issues in Kenya, Vol. 1 edited by Shiundu, J. et al, pp.79-92.9966-838-51-1
  • Newton Kahumbi,2003:Causes and Dimensions of Conflict from an Islamic Perspective,Book,Overcoming Violence, edited by Getui, M.N. & W. Musyoni,  pp. 165-179,9966-9816-1-6
  • Newton Kahumbi,2003:Christian – Muslim Dialogue in Kenya,Book,Quests for Integrity in Africa, edited by Wamue, G. & M.M. Theuri, pp. 171-184,9966-888-28-4
  • Newton Kahumbi,2002:The Status of Muslim Women in Kenya    Book,Quests for Abundant Life in Africa, edited by Mary, N. Getui & M. M. Theuri, pp.198-216,9966-888-39-X
  • Newton Kahumbi,1999:Muslim Women and Politics in Kenya,Book,Theology of Reconstruction edited by Mary, N. Getui & E. Obeng’, pp.136-150    9966-888-01-2
  • Newton Kahumbi,1995:Christian-Muslim Relations in Kenya,Book,Islam in Kenya edited by Bakari, M. & S.S.Yahya, pp.116-141    
  • Newton Kahumbi,1995,The Role of the Madrasa System in Muslim Education in Kenya    Book,Islam in Kenya edited by Bakari, M & S.S. Yahya,  pp. 323-339    
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