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Title:Prognostic analysis on theology, education, ethics and development (TEED): festschrift in honour of Rev. Msgr. Prof. Dr. Obiora Ike
Editor:Okolo, Johnpaul Chukwudi
City of publisher:Enugu
Publisher:CIDJAP Press
ISBN:9785398218; 9789785398212
Geographic term:Nigeria
Subjects:Christian theology
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About person:Obiora F. Iké (1956-)ISNI
Abstract:This festschrift in honour of Rev. Mons. Prof. Dr. Obiora lke contains sixteen chapters dealing with issues of theology, education, ethcs and development. Contributions: A life for justice & peace: a laudatio for Monsignor Obiora lke (Ikechukwu J. Ani). Section I. Issues on theology: 1. The future of our Christianity (Theophilus Okere); 2. Justice for the poor and needy: a weighty matter in religion (Marysylvia Nwachukwu); 3. The state and religion in Nigeria: towards an appropriate relationship in the 21st century (Michael O. Maduagwu); 4. Dealing with the recent epidemic of prophecies in Nigeria: towards a theology of prophetism (Ancke Anthony Anayochukwu); 5. Internalizing the preferential option for the poor frorn the perspectives of Catholic social teaching and liberation theology: lessons for Catholic schools in Nigeria (Maria Ugonna R. Igbo). Section II. Issues on education. 6. Nigeria higher education: regulatory imperatives for the pursuit of excellence (Bartholomew Ndubuisi Okolo); 7. The denigrated place of teachers in Nigeria - the bleak future of education and national development (Okechukwu Chukwuemeka & Okolo Johnpaul); 8. Female genital cutting and the role of religious education in Igboland (Leonard Chidi llechukwu); 9. Toward nurturing (pedagogy) education for democratic growth in Nigeria (Felix Ugwuozor); 10. The imperatives for healthy education and integral development (Chinedu L. Egbo); Perennialism and its effect on Nigerian education system in the light of Mortimer - Adler (Chukwu Ikechukwu Onyekachukwu). Section III. Issues on ethics. 12. Challenges on global poverty and global health - from millennium development goals (MDGs) to sustainable development goals (SDGs), lessons from the perspective of Christian social ethics (Obiora Ike); 13. The impact of ethics in business development: the Nigerian situation (Stanley Emi); 14. Uploading and down-loading Monsignor Professor Obiora Ike's African Cultural Economics (ACE) as his homegrown panacea towards integral development, sustainable development, good governance and the promotion of the common good in Africa (Ani Casimir Kingston Chukwuonyelum). Section IV. Issues on development. 15. Catalysts as engines of development and focused evangelization (Onyema Ocheoha); 16. Women emancipation and cultural dynamics in Africa: a permanent normal? (Jake Otonko). [ASC Leiden abstract]