Medieval scholars, who generally always kept philosophy and theology together, in fact, referred to philosophy as a handmaid of theology. This chapter offers a bridge between African philosophy and theology by integrating insights and approaches from the Western tradition, African traditional religions, social sciences, as well as from the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament, to offer a methodology for African philosophy and theology from both comparative and interdisciplinary perspectives. It presents a brief descriptive analysis of the main developments and themes in African philosophy and theology, highlighting their sources and methodology. The chapter argues for critical engagement on the symbiotic relationship between African philosophy and theology. It also briefly highlights some insights from Pauline and Johannine cosmology to consolidate the links between African philosophy and theology from a Christocentric point of view.