Christian Fundamentalism in Nigeria: A Pluralistic Moral Maxim

  • Patrick E Nmah
  • Chukwudi Ani Amunnadi

Abstract

Christian fundamentalism in Nigeria provides one of the thorniest set of issues among the contemporary Nigerian Christians and in the modern academic debate in the study of religion. This could be confirmed by a quick survey of relevant books and articles on the topic. This research paper, while not pretending to say the last word on the debate, has the hope that the in-depth clarification this Christian fundamentalist moral aphorism in Nigeria may in some way enhance proper understanding among the fundamentalist groups, and, when adequately harnessed shall help for spiritual, economic, social and political development of Nigeria, and for the growth and unity among the larger Christian Community in Nigeria.

LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research, 8(3), 321-337, 2011

Author Biographies

Patrick E Nmah
Department of Religion and Human Relations Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka - Nigeria
Chukwudi Ani Amunnadi
Department of Religion and Human Relations Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka - Nigeria
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