As African Christianity continues to grow, the place of the Bible in African Christian theology requires close attention. This chapter reviews the place of the Bible in theology in Africa. It examines the place of the Bible in theology in Africa from sources of Christian theology in Africa. Specifically, the chapter problematizes claims by some sections of African Christianity that their theology is solely derived from the Bible. Employing a historical-theological methodology, it shows how the Bible is used in the development of Christian theology and the challenges faced in claiming sola Scriptura. Using examples of some specific African churches, the chapter shows how other sources of Christian theology are employed by these churches and the ensuing problems associated with the over-emphasis of other sources of theology even as they claim sola Scriptura. It argues that some of the problems faced in African Christianity are a result of the way Christians use the various sources of Christian theology.