Rev. Canon Dr. Mkunga H. P. Mtingele has a Ph.D. in leadership and conflict management from Open University (UK); an M.A. and Postgraduate Diploma in theological studies from Open University (UK) and St. John's College, Nottingham (UK) respectively; as well as a LL.B. (Hons.) from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He is a former state attorney in the Ministry of Justice and a former general secretary of the Anglican Church of Tanzania. He served on the Anglican Consultative Council (1993-1999). Currently, he is General Secretary of the Bible Society of Tanzania and serves on the Global Council of United Bible Societies.
List of Illustrations - Foreword by Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon - Preface - Acknowledgments - List of Abbreviations - The Study - Assessment of Leadership and Conflict Theories in Secular and Religious Organizations - Research Methodology - An Overview of the Anglican Church of Tanzania - Conflicts About Leadership: Narratives of Six Case Studies - Interpretation of Conflicts in the Anglican Church of Tanzania - Management of Conflicts - Analysis and Critical Assessment of Consequences of Leadership Conflicts - Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations - Appendix - Bibliography - Index.
"Mkunga Mtingele has gifted his readers with a provocative volume, in which an insider takes a candid look at the practice and failings of a tradition which he holds dear. It is fine example of what critical theology should do. Any historian working on the ACT in post-colonial period will ignore this work at their peril. It deserves to be a vade mecum (or handbook) within the discipline."
(Fergus J. King, Mission Studies 35/2018)
"I believe this volume is of significance for anyone interested in the global dimension of Anglicanism [...]"
(John L. Kater, Anglican and Episcopal History, Vol.87 No.2 2018)