In this pathbreaking book, Marinus Iwuchukwu examines the perennial conflicts in different parts of postcolonial Northern Nigeria, advocating the application of inclusive religious and cultural pluralism as de jure divino (divine principle), toward enduring and stable interreligious and intercultural dialogue. It broadly examines the immediate and remote factors that are responsible for the conflicts. It explores how an inclusive religious and cultural pluralistic framework can significantly and effectively facilitate ongoing interreligious and intercultural dialogue between Muslims and Christians and between Hausa-Fulani/Kanuri ethnicities and other ethnicities resident in the north. In addition, this book will examine and advocate the efficacious implementation of the dialogue of life and dialogue of action by Christians and Muslims.June28, 2011, accessedJanuary2, 2013 ... Irfan A. Omar, AMuslimView of Christianity: Essays on Dialogue by Mahmoud Ayoub (Maryknoll, NY:OrbisBooks, 2007), 29. ... MuslimChristian relations in northern Bishop Matthew H. Kukah, is quoted to have highlighted examples of Muslims in ... CatholicSecretariat, Christian/Muslim Relations in NigeriaaThe StandofCatholic Bishops (Lagos: Toklast Enterprisesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Muslim-Christian Dialogue in Post-Colonial Northern Nigeria|
|Author||:||Marinus C. Iwuchukwu|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-10-03|