"This volume offers many unique insights into the way that Christianity can be performed in such a way that it counters and overcomes the oppressive paradigms."
Nathan Crawford, Reviews in Religion and Theology Vol.20 Issue 3. July 2013
'This is a fine cutting-edge book by energetic, young black African Roman Catholic theologians. They tilt against the legacy of colonialism and current centralising tendencies in Rome. They long for freedom to increase inculturation, lay involvement, and the part played by women in the life and administration of the RC Church.'
Graham Kings, Church Times, 18 October 2013
"The Church as Salt and Light discusses how Christians in Africa can develop distinct, thriving communities that contextualize the gospel and abundant life of Jesus. [...] The passionate essays suggest steps of evangelization beginning with the 'demand for a richer and more intimate contact with Christ'. [...] The essays are grounded in christocentric biblical theology and are designed to be 'prophetic and personal'."
Craig Stephans, Church of the Redeemer, USA, in Theological Book Review (tbr), Vol. 25, No.1, 2013
"The Church as Salt and Light may contribute towards an understanding of how African ecclesiology should be viewed."
Peter Nagel, Religion & Theology, vol 21, issue 1-2, 2014