Rethinking Interfaith, Cultural, Ecumenical and Religious Dialogue in a Nigeria’s Pluralistic Context

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This erudite compendium “Rethinking Interfaith, Cultural, Ecumenical, and Religious Dialogue in Nigeria’s Pluralistic Context,” is an edited and expanded proceeding of the Maiden National Conference on Inter-religious Dialogue, held on 12th May, 2022 at Veritas University’s (the Catholic University of Nigeria, Abuja) Multi-Purpose Hall; sponsored by John Paul II Center for Inter-religious Dialogue, Rome. Granted that sometimes religions have not only misunderstood other faiths, but eyed them with suspicion and with the tragic distinction that we are the children of light and everyone else the child of darkness, this work represents the contrary. It represents voices from renowned experts of all religious spectrums (Judaism, Christianity, Islam and African Traditional Religions) toward genuine and sincere dialogue, love, justice and peace, respect for one another and unity among world religions.
-Fr. Prof. Michael Ufok Udoekpo
Veritas University, Abuja

“Like Dolly Parton’s coat of many colours, when we have been healed through dialogue, then we can all wear our divergence identities (rags) with pride, knowing that difference is a gift of God Almighty for the purpose of helping us see the world differently.”
-Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah

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May 20, 2023

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240

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Paperback

About the author

Fr. Micheal Ufok Udoekpo, a John Paul II Leader for IRD, Cohort II, is priest of the Catholic Diocese of Ikot Ekpene, and full Professor of Biblical Theology and Exegesis at Veritas University Abuja (the Catholic University of Nigeria), where he is currently serving as the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities. Michael is widely published in areas of Biblical studies (Hebrew Bible) and Inter-religious Dialogue and has lectured both within and outside Nigeria, USA in particular, and remains an active member of several biblical and theological associations.

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Introduction