The apparent disconnection between Nigeria’s endowment in natural resources and the level
of poverty has become a cause for concern, with a serious impact on the development of the
nation. To address the poverty issue, ...
This article examines the reason behind the charge to secrecy imposed by Jesus on the leper in
Mark 1:40–45, in the context of African experience, the implications of the meaning conveyed
and the challenges posed on the ...
Ibenwa, Christopher N.; Uroko, Favour Chukwuemeka(AOSIS Open Journals, 2020-06-08)
The religious crisis in Nigeria dates back to the colonial era. The amalgamation of two
distinct nationalities (Northern and Southern Nigeria) for the purpose of administrative
convenience by the colonial government, ...
Obiorah, Mary Jerome; Uroko, Favour Chukwuemeka(AOSIS Open Journals, 2019-10-23)
Conspicuous in the Old Testament (OT) is the literary genre of blessing that is often construed
in poetic forms. They are of various types and were significant to their initial audience.
A careful analysis of their texts ...
Diara, Benjamin; Uroko, Favour Chukwuemeka(AOSIS Open Journals, 2020-01-29)
Democracy as an administrative system is maintained through party representation and
election in which everybody is duly represented, and through a constitution which is prepared
in the interest of equity, justice and ...
Obiorah, Mary Jerome; Uroko, Favour Chukwuemeka(AOSIS Open Journals, 2018-10-29)
Copious citations of the Old Testament (OT) by the New Testament (NT) writers confirm the
continuity of the divine revelation in both parts of the sacred scripture and at the same time
underscore the newness of the NT. ...