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Christian Association of Nigeria and the challenge of the ecumenical imperative

Bauna Peter Tanko

Christian Association of Nigeria and the challenge of the ecumenical imperative

by Bauna Peter Tanko

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Published by s.n.] in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian Association of Nigeria.,
  • Christian union -- Nigeria.,
  • Christianity -- Nigeria -- Relations -- Islam.,
  • Ecumenical movement.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementBauna Peter Tanko.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR1463.N5 T36 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 236 p. :
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16754689M

    This book covers theoretical aspects of Catholic Religious Education in schools and examines them from multiple theoretical and contextual perspectives. It captures the contemporary academic and educational developments in the field of Religious Education while discussing in detail the challenges that Religious Educators face in different   imperative to understand the cause of the stigma and to seek effective ways to tackle it. Greeley () posited that there is a higher tendency to blame among people with high religiosity. Therefore, this study was carried out at Babcock University in Nigeria in the year Babcock University Nigeria is a private Christian University

    This book examines the various Christian responses to Islam in Nigeria. It is a study of the complex, interreligious relationships in Nigeria. Using a polymethodic approach, the book grapples with many narratives dealing with interreligious competition and cooperation in :// “Contemporary Sexual Crises in the Church and the Challenge for Priestly Formation.” In Formation, The Catholic Priesthood, and The Modern Age: Festschrift in Honour of Rev. Fr. Anselm Jimoh. Pp. – Edited by Francis Ikhianosime and Gregory Ogbenika. Benin City, Nigeria: Mindex,

    The creation of the Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians (EATWOT) in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, in increased the awareness of the importance of inter-religious Evangelical imperative and missionary activity have had powerful effects. More recently, however, the Christian quest for appropriate relationship with the religiously other has become a vital element within the wider ecumenical movement. The religiously "other" is welcomed as an honoured guest at Christian gatherings; other religions are


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Get this from a library. The Christian Association of Nigeria and the challenge of the ecumenical imperative. [Bauna Peter Tanko] The Christian Association of Nigeria, as the name connotes, is an ecumenical association which embraces three big blocs — that is, at the initial stage.

You have the Catholics known as the CSN (that is, the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria), the CCN (the Christian Council of Nigeria), and OTHERS (that is, those that belong to neither the CSN   (3) Gabriel T. Wankar, Towards the New Era of Evangelisation (Charleston, SC: n.p., ), vii.

See also Peter B. Tanko, The Christian Association of Nigeria and the Challenge of the Ecumenical Imperative (Jos: FAB, ed.). (4) Lutheran World Federation and Roman Catholic churches signed the declaration in in Augsburg, ://+tensions.

The Christian Association of Nigeria and the challenge of the ecumenical imperative by Tanko, Bauna Peter: eng: BRN5: The Christian Association of Nigeria and the challenge of the ecumenical imperative by Tanko, Bauna Peter: eng: 2: The Christian Association of Nigeria and the challenge of the ecumenical ?wi=   Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) challenge that the Christian religious leadership, as part of the leadership at large, faces in attempting to convert itself into a leadership positions in denominational and ecumenical church settings but are non-clergy.

Sustainable transformational development, in turn, is defined as processes of   HOWEVER, Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has asked the Sultan of Sokoto, Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar IV, Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) and Christian Association This is an absolute imperative for ecumenism in the 21 st Century.

Yet, it is barely on our agenda. All too often, ecumenical bodies have been content to keep Pentecostals on the margins, relating to them with less intentionality and interest than, say, to ://   The Catholic Association of Diocesan Ecumenical and Interreligious Officers, an organization established in to help ecumenical leaders network and exchange ideas, and the religious orders   This should be the singular reason the Primate of the Anglican Church in Nigeria, Nicholas Okoh has expressed the joy of Christians and commended governor Wike for his stance on putting God first.

Recalled that the primate laid the foundation stone for the commencement of construction work on the Rivers Christian Ecumenical Centre   ECUMENICAL TRENDS IN THE ARMENIAN CHURCH (BRIEF OBSERVATIONS) I. In this century, which is drawing near to its end, the word ecumenism has acquired a dominant use in our contemporary vocabulary.

It has added a new item to the already crowded list of so many isms that the world is beginning to become weary of. It even trnnscends its Christian and religious delineation to Some of them, such as the World Student’s Christian Federation (WSCF), the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) and the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) date back to the 19th century – whereas others such as Ecumenical News International, ACT International and ACT Development have been created only in recent :// Volume 31 of The Bulletin of Ecumenical Theology is available for purchase by contacting Dr.

Peter Osuji at Duquesne University. After two years, issues are made freely available through the Duquesne Scholarship Collection. Editorial Integration of Migrant Children in the Ventilla-Madrid Quarter: Feeling of Belonging and Identification of the So-Called Second Generation of Migrants, Emile  › Home › BETH ›   Press Release - The kidnapping of the Chibok schoolgirls in April is sadly symbolic of the suffering of children in Nigeria, says the pastor who heads the Council of Churches of Nigeria (CCN).

The scale and severity of the HIV/AIDS epidemic raises the question of whether our understanding of Christian mission requires to be reshaped. The imperative to respond with justice and compassion leads to a forging of alliances with a surprising variety of social :// (49) The Christian can be serene in the face of death because of Jesus' promise: "In my Father's house there are many dwelling places I am going to prepare a place for you" (John ).

(50) Life and death are not polar opposites but points on a continuum that leads to eternal life. Christian Hope and The ecumenical process which led to the formation of the WCC was not only a response to the gospel imperative of Christian unity.

It was also an affirmation of the call to mission and common witness and an expression of common commitment to the search for justice, peace and reconciliation in a chaotic, warring world divided along the lines   greatest Islamo-Christian nation in the world.”2 By this he means that there is no other nation where so many Christians and Muslims live side-by-side.

This reality makes Nigeria an important test case for developing patterns of Christian-Muslim relations in Africa. Nigeria provides a rich context for understanding the cultural, social, economic,   The Church of the Lord (Aladura) is an African Initiated Church founded by Josiah Olunowo Ositelu inand inaugurated in in Ogere Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria.

Ositelu was born on 15 May at Ogere,?ijebu-Remo, Ogun State in Nigeria. "Aladura" in Yoruba means "owners of prayer", "Prayer Fellowship" or "The Praying People". They always wear ://(Aladura). In Nigeria, the fact that the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) was hatched at the Catholic Secretariat in Lagos is a positive resp onse to this challenge to take the initiative.

It was Adesina has called for the establishment of youth entrepreneurship investment bank as well as the setting aside of 20 percent oil. The Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN), has been in the vanguard of providing health services to both rural and urban dwellers in the past 40 years of its humanitarian work in the Compiled by Nicholas Jesson.

This bibliography was complied automatically using Reference Managera bibliographic database system. The system automatically searched university and other public research library catalogs and compiles a database of references that Publication of the book of John Paul II, Rise, Let Us Be On Our Way.

June 5: Apostolic Visit in Bern in occasion of the National Meeting of Young Catholics of Switzerland ( June ). Apostolic Voyage/ June The Holy Father receives in audience His Holiness Bartholomew I, ecumenical patriarch of Constantinople.

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