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Title:Nigeria religion and conflict resolution
Author:Ecumenical Association of Nigerian Theologians, Enugu
Year:2002
ISSN:0794-8670
Volume:14
Pages:113
Language:English
Series:Bulletin of ecumenical theology
City:Enugu
Publisher:The Ecumenical Association of Nigerian Theologians
Geographic term:Nigeria
Subjects:interreligious relations
Islam
Christianity
conflict resolution
African Independent Churches
Abstract:This special issue of Bulletin of Ecumenical Theology focuses on an alternative way of engaging religion as a catalyst in Nigeria's nationbuilding. It contains the following contributions: Islam and democratic federalism in Nigeria, by John Paden; Christian-Islamic cooperation in the building of a just and peaceful society, by George Ehusani; Catholic teaching on revolutionary armed force: is there a better way forward for moral theology? by Breifne Walker; Popular religiosity in the African context, by Elochukwu E. Uzukwu; The role of forgiveness in the process of reconciliation: an African perspective, by Bede Ukwuije. In conclusion the issue presents two communiques released at the 2002 plenary meetings of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), entitled 'Healing the wounds of the nation' and 'Our concern for our nation'. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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