Kwabena Sarfo-Panin

PhD Student | Religion & Society

Kwabena Sarfo-Panin
Religion & Society

Kwabena Sarfo-Panin is a PhD student in Religion and Society and is from Ghana. He is a graduate of both UWC Waterford Kamhlaba in Swaziland and Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. At Earlham, he majored in Religion with a focus on Liberation and Womanist Theology. He then proceeded to Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York, where he obtained an MA in Theology and focused on Pentecostalism and received the Daniel Day Fellowship Award for outstanding theological work. His current research interests are African spiritual systems/indigenous religions, African political philosophy, Ayei Kwei Armah and postcolonial and liberation theologies.

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Chaplain at the Hill School, Pottstown, Pennsylvania

Khristi Adams, Class of 2008

“At Princeton, we had precept groups—we’d engage text and debate. That gave me confidence to have those conversations anywhere.”