Christianity, Islam and African Traditional Religion in Nigeria
Conflicts and Challenges to Peaceful Co-existence
Nigeria is a multi-religious nation with a federal system of government. Under this situation, politics is played along religious inclination which breeds many conflicts. The author analyses the tenets of the three main religious groups in Nigeria – the African traditional religion, Christianity and Islam – to see how they could co-operate and contribute to peaceful co-existence among Nigerians irrespective of their religious affiliations. For this the book looks into the efforts of some religious leaders and institutions through their dialogues, pronouncements, communiqués and admonitions aimed at implanting peace in Nigeria.
- Michael Joe Okpalanozie
- 14,8 x 21 cm
- Dissertationen, Theologische Reihe
- 29,95 EURO