A Comparative Study Of The Concept Of Priesthood In Igbo Traditional Religion And Catholic Priesthood
3.0 ELABORATION ON IGBO TRADITIONAL PRIESTHOOD
- VOCATION TO THE IGBO PRIESTHOOD
There are so many ways through which an Igbo traditional priest may be called up for his officiating to the deity (i.e., through which he can gain his vocation). The Scholars consulted ;on these have similar opinions according to the way they perceived the vocation to the Igbo traditional priesthood. For Emefie Ikenga Continue reading A Comparative Study Of The Concept Of Priesthood In Igbo Traditional Religion And Catholic Priesthood
EXISTENCE OF PHILOSOPHY IN TRADITIONAL AFRICA:A HERMENEUTICAL APPROACH
The question of the existence of philosophy in traditional Africa has been a topic of cogitation for decades. Western scholars had attributed the credit of the evolution of philosophy to the Greek thinkers while denying any such thing as African philosophy.There is the wrong notion widely speculated in western philosophy that philosophy begins with individual. But this notion does not in any way rule out the possibility of the existence of communal philosophy in Continue reading EXISTENCE OF PHILOSOPHY IN TRADITIONAL AFRICA:A HERMENEUTICAL APPROACH
THE ROLE OF TRADITIONAL COMMUNICATION MEDIA ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT (A CASE STUDY OF EKWULOBIA COMMUNITY IN AGUATA LOCAL GOVERNMENT ANAMBRA STATE.
Since the middle Ages, the media generally has always been the vehicle of communication through which ideas information and experiences are shared among people in a society. However, with the evolution of the society into a modern, civilized and more sophisticated one, the role of the traditional media of communication seems to be over sheered O. Usurped by the equally more Continue reading THE ROLE OF TRADITIONAL COMMUNICATION MEDIA ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT