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This site is like a library, Use search box. This book is an intercultural study of Christian-Muslim relationship in Nigeria, spanning the pre-and post-Independence seeks, against the backdrop of the persistent crisis and conflicts; to explore avenues for dialogue and harmonious interaction between adherents of the two most patronized (albeit non-indigenous) religions in Nigeria - Christianity and Islam.
Christian-Muslim Relations in Nigeria [Isidore Nwanaju] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book is an intercultural study of Christian-Muslim relationship in Nigeria, spanning the pre-and post-Independence seeksCited by: 5.
book review Faces of Muhammad: Western Perceptions of the Prophet of Islam from the Middle Ages to Today by John V. Tolan,pp., $/£ (hardback), ISBN Christian-Muslim relations in Africa. Nigeria provides a rich context for understanding the cultural, social, economic, and political issues that are involved in the Christian-Muslim encounter.
Relations between Christianity and Islam over a period of fourteen centuries have ranged from conflict to concord. Nigeria's population is roughly evenly divided between Christians and Muslims, with Muslims dominant in the north and Christians in the south.
While in many parts of the country, Muslim-Christian relations are amicable, Christian/Muslim relations in Nigeria book violence has flared in some parts of Nigeria resulting in many casualties.
The epicenter of Christian-Muslim relations after the rise of Islam, the Middle East is a complex, heterogeneous Christian/Muslim relations in Nigeria book, where the addition of the state of Israel has further complicated relations. The recent Arab Spring, pressures for a more Islamic state in Turkey, and international dialogue on the future of relations between Iran and the Cited by: 2.
Goddard's book is a fair, constructive, and irenic history of these two religions that, unfortunately, have battled one another for centuries. I am using it as the first text in a college course on Christianity and Islam.
It journeys through the historical terrain of Christian-Muslim relations as deftly as any book out by: Inter-religious relations imply possible and practicable cordial relationship that exists between religions in a society.
Its instrument is interfaith dialogue aimed at cordiality, togetherness, tolerance and acceptance that will be the true sign of a new era in the religious history of humanity.
On both international and national levels, attempts have been and are still being made to Cited by: 1. This article analyzes Christian–Muslim relations and the shaping of religious identities in the context of the Shari'ah debate in Northern Nigeria.
Since Nigeria has regained credibility by its transition to democracy inthe steps taken to implement the Islamic Criminal Law in some Northern states are watched with anxiety and have given Cited by: Get this from a library.
Christian-Muslim relations in Africa: the cases of northern Nigeria and Tanzania compared. [Lissi Rasmussen] -- Can Islam and Christianity co-exist in Islamic environments. This book shows how relations between Christians and Muslims in northern Nigeria are characterized by intense friction, while in Tanzania.
In the face of these suspicions, it becomes pertinent to re-examine the possibility of reawakening and sustaining the hope in Christian/Muslim relations in Nigeria. Christian-Muslim relations. I was wondering on whether it was pertinent to add a note on Christian-Muslim relations in Nigeria, as it is a major political issue because of the controversial imposition of Sharia in the North and the influence of prelates such as Francis Arinze and Peter Akinola in the South.
The Fellowship of the Churches of Christ in Nigeria (TEKAN— Tarayyar Ekklesiyoyin Kristi a Nigeriya)and the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN). Then there is Yusufu Turaki, who has occupied several leading positions in his denomination, 16 Studies in Christian–Muslim Relations.
John Campbell, the Council on Foreign Relations' Ralph Bunche Senior Fellow for Africa Policy Studies, said that although religion remains a divisive issue in Nigeria, it isn't the only concern causing the country problems. "Where there tends to be religious conflict in Nigeria is when ethnic, religious and economic boundaries coincide," he : Mark Hensch.
Christian – Muslim Relations in Nigeria: A Historical Bac kground In Nigeria, the conception of religion is largely about Christianity and Islam, although few Nigerians still maintain their. Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History 1 (CMR1) is the first part of a general history of relations between the faiths from the seventh century to the present.
It covers the period from towhen encounters took place through the extended Mediterranean basin and are recorded in Syriac, Arabic, Greek, Latin and other s: 1. The book makes a re-examination of the "clash of civilization" and "what went wrong" theses of Samuel Huntington and Bernard Lewis respectively, with a compelling new paradigm which is a boost in the Muslim-Christian relations agenda.
Nigeria's Christian-Muslim relations agenda, as I have said needs to learn from the Yoruba experience. The. Christian – Muslim Relations in Nigeria: The Problems and Prospects Annotation © Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
View. Show abstract. Join ResearchGate to find the people and research. Fractured Spectrum: Perspectives on Christian-Muslim Encounters in Nigeria deals with an important African dimension in Christian-Muslim relations. The essays in this book, written by Christian and Muslim scholars who are actively engaged with the Nigerian context, examine some of the issues germane to Christian-Muslim relations in Nigeria.
Fractured Spectrum: Perspectives on Christian-Muslim Encounters in Nigeria deals with an important African dimension in Christian-Muslim relations.
Nigeria, with its equal populations of Christians and Muslims, provides an auspicious case study for understanding the cultural, social, theological, economic, and political issues involved in.
See my article, "An Overview: Christian-Muslim Relations in a Post-9/11 World," Orig 37 (Febru ): ff.
The specific references to Cusa and Francis Assisi can be found in Rollin Armour's book cited above. muslim christian relations in nigeria Three dominant religions exist in Nigeria: Islam, Christianity and African Traditional Religion.
Nigeria, with a population of million , Muslims are estimated to be 50%, Christians 40% and Traditional Religionists 10%. . The result of the mapping exercise was a radical transformation both in the Mappers' own self-perceptions as well as their perceptions of Christian- Muslim relations.
The seven chapters in this unique book look at the above finding from different perspectives, both Christian and Muslim. This paper discusses Christian- Muslim relations in Nigeria since In achieving the objective in this paper, Historical approach is adopted. It gives a historical survey of the evolution of Nigeria and the attitude of colonial administration to religious by: 3.
Fractured Spectrum: Perspectives on Christian-Muslim Encounters in Nigeria deals with an important African dimension in Christian-Muslim relations. Nigeria, with its equal populations of Christians and Muslims, provides an auspicious case study for understanding the cultural, social, theological, economic, and political issues involved in.
Nigeria Christian / Muslim Conflict. Nigeria's two major religions, Islam and Christianity, are sometimes depicted as monolithic entities that confront each other in pitched battles, with formal. with other goals, no part of this book may be reproduced in any shape or form without written permission from the author, the usual exception being brief quotes for review purposes.
Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication Boer, Jan H. (Jan Harm), Studies in Christian-Muslim relations. Volume 6. The relationship between the Christian and Muslim worlds has been a long and tortuous one. Over the course of the centuries the balance of power has swung in pendulum fashion-at times the initiative seems to have lain with the Muslim community, with the Christian world simply being compelled to react to developments outside itself, while at other points the opposite has been true and Muslims Pages: A Historical Perspective in the Christian -Muslim Relations in Nigeria since Adamolekun, Taiye A senior Lecturer in the church History and Christian studies Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Nigeria E-mail: [email protected] ABSTRACT This paper discusses Christian- Muslim relations in Nigeria since.
Stanisław Grodz, `Christian Muslim Experiences in Poland’, Exchange,39, 3, Hakeem Onapajo and Abubakar A. Usman,`Fuelling the Flames: Boko Haram and Deteriorating Christian–Muslim Relations in Nigeria’, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs,35, 1, (Studies in Christian-Muslim Relations v.
2; Belleville, ON: Essence Publishing, c), by Jan Harm Boer (PDF with commentary at ) Filed under: Islam and secularism -- Nigeria Muslims: Why We Reject Secularism (Studies in Christian-Muslim Relations v. 4; Belleville, ON: Essence Publishing, c), by Jan Harm Boer (PDF with commentary.These papers are part of the sources gathered by Jan H.
Boer for the writing of his eight-volume series Studies in Christian-Muslim collection deals almost exclusively with the Nigerian situation, especially the entire history leading up to the sharia declaration and its aftermath.