African Eco-Philosophy: Cosmology, Consciousness And The Environment
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, OSA, PhD

The need for the African people to relate to their environment within their categories is very important as Africa is today united by the consciousness that individual destinies are caught up with the health of natural systems at the national, regional and continental levels. This Book of Readings on African EcoPhilosophy: Cosmology, Consciousness and the Environment focuses on philosophical reflections regarding the issue of ecology in Africa. These reflections spring from the African earth-based spiritual traditions and innovative spiritual practices. This book, therefore, would become one of the greatest ornaments and lights in the world of African eco-philosophy.

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African Ecological Spirituality: Perspectives In Anthroposophy And Environmentalism
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, OSA, PhD

A cursory glance at the historical development of African anthroposophy, reveals that African earth-based spiritual traditions and innovative spiritual practices that are emerging in response to the painful realities of climate change, mass extinction, biodiversity loss, and the disruption of local and global ecosystems have for long not received the attention that it deserves. This work, therefore, would become one of the greatest ornaments and lights in the world of African eco-spirituality as it responds to questions that are long overdue from the world of African spirituality.

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African Indigenous Ecological Knowledge Systems: Religion, Philosophy And The Environment
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, OSA, PhD

Interestingly, the perspectives in this book reveal how in African anthroposophy, earth-based spiritual traditions and innovative spiritual practices are already emerging in response to the painful realities of climate change, mass extinction, biodiversity loss, and the disruption of local and global ecosystems which have for long not received the attention that it duely deserves. This piece, therefore, will become one of the greatest ornaments and lights in the world of African eco-spiritulaity as it responds to questions that are long overdue.

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African Eco-Theology: Meaning, Forms And Expressions
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, OSA, PhD

Scholars such as Udodora (2011), Mbiti (1976), Thompson (1970), Calder (1968), Gbenga (2006) had observed that all religious traditions whether elementary, pre-literate or advanced, are environmental friendly and teaches environmental preservation and protection. African eco-theology, therefore, stands to articulate in a theological manner African earth-based spiritual traditions and innovative spiritual practices that are emerging in response to the painful realities of climate change, mass extinction, biodiversity loss, and the disruption of local and global ecosystems which have for long not received the attention that it deserves. It is in this sense that this Book of Readings titled African Eco-Theology: Meaning, Forms and Expressions will become one of the greatest ornaments and lights in the world of ecotheology as it responds to fundamental questions looming at the corridors of ecological discourses.

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THEMES IN IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

The concept Igwebuike began first as a methodology and philosophy. Gradually, its philosophical elements began to have serious implications for theological discourse, especially with the increasing need to do theology that arises from the philosophy of the African people. Such a theology would always have an inescapable element of philosophy, speaking to people in their own native context, because it is expressed in categories of thought that arises out of the philosophy of the African people.

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IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY AND COMPLEMENTARY RELATIONS
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

In this work, Igwebuike is employed as a unifying concept of African thought, especially, that aspect concerning the human person’s conception of the spiritual and material universe in which he or she lives. It is an explanatory theory or principle that interprets the puzzle of our complex relationship with the non-corporal world and human social life, that is, major social institutions that ensure social continuity and group identity, and further, underpins the epistemological manifestations of the human person’s universe.

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IGWEBUIKE: AN AFRICAN COMPLEMENTARY PHILOSOPHICAL FRAMEWORK
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

Igwebuike is essentially a transcendent complementary comprehensive systematic effort to understand the structure and dynamics of reality ultimately for the purpose of giving honest answers to fundamental questions or opinions to questions that arise within the arena of asking questions and questioning answers, selfless enlightenment and furthering of human happiness. In this search for truth, Igwebuike, within an integrated systematic framework, strives beyond all forms of particularities, peculiarities, paradoxes and contradictions and espouses the path of complementation, therefore, showing how realities can relate to one another in a mutually harmonized nonabsolutistic mode.

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Philosophy and Conflict Resolution in Africa
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU & Ejikemeuwa J. O. NDUBISI

The first law of life is unarguably the law on security of life. It is only when life is secured that other things can follow. Something cannot be built on nothing. There must always be a basis for whatever is. For any society to be said to have been developed or be developing, there must be conducive environment engendered by security of life and property. The concrete manifestation of any being (in this instance, human beings) is life. Meaningfulness or meaninglessness in life is highly dependent on how life is secured or not.

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Religion and Peace Building in Africa
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU & Ejikemeuwa J. O. NDUBISI

It is generally accepted in some quarters that religion constitutes the second nature of the African people. Religion, no doubt, permeates the way of life of an African. It dictates the likes and dislikes of an African. No wonder J. S. Mbiti observed that “Africans are notoriously religious.” Religion is such a powerful force that can be used to make or mar a particular society. It can serve as a tool for unity or disunity depending on how it was employed.

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African Indigenous Knowledge and Peace Building
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU & Ejikemeuwa J. O. NDUBISI

The desire to know is said to be innate in every human person. It is this innate desire that engenders the type of knowledge that is said to be contemporaneous with a particular person or group of persons. It is in this regard that we can talk of African Indigenous Knowledge (AIK) as the knowledge system that is hinged on the way of life and worldview of the African. The African people have got some experiences and as such they can lay hold to a particular or peculiar system of knowledge. For sure, we may not have a homogeneous view on what consists African indigenous knowledge. Different scholars have different opinions on AIK.

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African Ideologies, Business and Peace-Building
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, Catherine Chiugo KANU & Ejikemeuwa J. O. NDUBISI

Peace is a necessary commodity for the growth, development and sustenance of any business that is worth its name. The implication of this statement is that the absence of peace is a threat, to a greater extent, to any business initiative. In the words of V. A. O. Adetula, “conflicts have the capacity to severely constrain development endeavours by destroying infrastructure, interrupting the production process and diverting resources away from productive uses.” Experience has shown that conflicts and wars have the capacity to hinder economic progress and development. As a continent, African nations have had their own share of experience of wars and violent conflicts.

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Justice and the Rule of Law in Africa
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A. & Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubisi Ph.D

There are some peculiarities in the way and manner justice is administered in the African world. The pertinent questions now are: How is justice and the rule of law understood in Africa? How rationally permissible is the notion of justice and the rule of law in Africa? What are the parameters for the administration of justice in Africa? What is the place of the contemporary African society in the global community with reference to justice and the rule of law? Preoccupied with these and the related questions, this book stems from the desks of members of the Association for the Promotion of African Studies (APAS) to address the issues and challenges pertaining to justice and the rule of law in Africa.

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Climate Change In Africa
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A. & Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubisi Ph.D

The Association for the Promotion of African Studies (APAS) believes that proper study of the effects of climate change on Africa and the attendant solutions proffered in this book by seasoned researchers and scholars will go a long way to help policymakers and indeed all Africans and lovers of Africa to be better disposed to tackle the problems of climate change in Africa. The present book is a contribution of APAS members to the ongoing discussion on climate change as it affects Africa as a continent.

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African Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A. & Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubisi Ph.D (Editors)

This book in your hands provides a context for members of the Association for the Promotion of African Studies (APAS) to study and unveil the dimensions of African Indigenous Knowledge Systems, and thus make them available to you (the reader) and especially the policy makers and development planning experts. The book is packed-full with well-researched works from the desks of African scholars. It is hoped that the various chapters in this book will provide the needed paradigm shift for proper integration, internalization and pragmatic applications of various systems of African Indigenous Knowledge.

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African Governance and Development Issues in a World of Change
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A., Chiugo C. Kanu Ph.D & Kanayo L. Nwadialor Ph.D

The present work is part of the outcome of the 2018 International Conference of the Association for the Promotion of African Studies, which had the theme “African ideologies in a world of change.” This piece, which is a collection of academic papers from seventeen scholars, focuses on the processes of change and disorganization of the various traditional, social, and cultural patterns and organizations and then on the possible recrystallization of some traditional elements within the more modern and differentiated societies.

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African Cultural Personalities in a World of Change
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A., Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubisi Ph.D & Kanayo L. Nwadialor Ph.D

This piece is a great accomplishment by African scholars to do a grounded hermeneutics of the structures of changes taking place in Africa. The different chapters are the fruits of the 2018 International Conference of the Association for the Promotion of African Studies (APAS). The authors, like artists, combine originality with insightful imagination. They have carefully treated the historical, conceptual, basic and substantive issues in cultural change in Africa.

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Africa at the Cross Roads of Violence and Gender Inequality: The Dilemma of Continuity in the Face of Change
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A., Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubisi Ph.D & Chiugo C. Kanu Ph.D

This piece, which is a collection of papers presented at the 2018 International Conference of the Association of or the Promotion of African Studies, focuses on two major faces of violence in Africa—religiopolitical violence and violence against women. It also studied the developments in literature in the face of changes taking place in Africa. The present work is one of the greatest developments in scholarship in African studies.

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A Hermeneutic Approach to African Traditional Religion, Theology and Philosophy
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

Writing on Traditional Religion is wittingly or unwittingly, writing on two major histories; first is the history of ancestral religion; that is, writing the story of the source and religious lifestyle of the ancestors. The second is writing about the story of the origin of the religious history of the current practitioners of that religion. In this book “A Hermeneutic Approach to African Traditional Religion, Theology and Philosophy”, Prof. Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony O.S.A writes both the story of African Traditional Religion and that of the votaries thereof through the lens of hermeneutical principles.

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African Philosophy: An Ontologico-existential Hermeneutic Approach to Classical and Contemporary Issues
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

As described by Prof. Innocent Asouzu, this book is another recent important contribution in the discourse on African Philosophy. Among other things, the work handles some of the major recurrent themes that constitute what has come to be known in African philosophy as “the great debate”. What is remarkable, though, is the novelty and creativity with which the author approaches his themes. Over and above all, he handles these themes within the border context of later developments in African philosophy. This alone brings much freshness in a book of this kind and makes it very interesting to read.

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IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY: An African Philosophy of Integrative Humanisme A Book of Readings in Honour of Professor KANU, Ikechukwu Anthony, O.S.A
Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubisi Ph.D, Amos Ameh Ichaba Ph.D & James Nnoruga Ph.D

This book is a collection of twenty-five topics and themes celebrating the richness of African philosophy through the life, times and philosophy of a robust scholarly life and work of Prof. Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony O.S.A. The authors draw widely on their experience with Prof. Kanu as well as his thought as expressed in his publications and especially his philosophy: Igwebuike.

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IGWEBUIKE ONTOLOGY: An African Philosophy of Humanity Towards the Other Papers in Honour of Professor KANU, Ikechukwu Anthony, O.S.A
Ejikemeuwa J. O. Ndubisi Ph.D, Jude I. Onebunne Ph.D & Paul T. Haaga Ph.D

This book of readings is designed to accomplish two tasks: to philosophize on Igwebuike and to honour Professor KANU, Ikechukwu Anthony, O.S.A. These two tasks or goals go hand in hand because Igwebuike is Professor Kanu’s philosophy. The book clearly demonstrates why Kanu deserves honour as an African philosopher who has introduced a way of doing African philosophy. It is an approach of doing philosophy that takes into account African ontology and cosmology.

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PERSPECTIVES ON IGWEBUIKE PHILOSOPHY: Essays in Honour of Professor KANU, Ikechukwu Anthony, O.S.A
Chiugo C. Kanu Ph.D, Kanayo L. Nwadialor Ph.D & Philip Adah Idachaba PhD

In this book, scholars of different hues and academic endeavours have made excursus into the origin, originator, meaning and relevance of Igwebuike philosophy to contemporary African philosophical scholarship and African societies. Research shows that the brain behind Igwebuike philosophy that is gradually becoming a major part of African philosophical engagement is incontestably Prof Ikechukwu Anthony Kanu, O.S.A. Igwebuike itself is a philosophical principle that is drawn from African primordial practice of solidarity and complementarity

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Gender Equality and Power Relations in Africa: Insights from Religious and Socio-Cultural Perspectives
Prof. Kanu Ikechukwu Anthony O.S.A (Editor), Ndubisi J. O. Ejikemeuwa Ph.D (Editor)

This is work is a significant contribution to the development of literature in the area of gender equality with particular reference to the Nigerian context, and an indispensable material for all those who appreciate literatures that focus on gender issues. What the scholars who have contributed the various chapters in this work have done, is to focus on particular contexts in relation to gender issues.

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Religion, Politics and Development in Africa: Multidisciplinary Perspectives
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A. (Editor), Ndubisi J. O. Ejikemeuwa Ph.D (Editor)

The present work on schedule is a collection of papers from members of the Association for the Promotion of African Studies to investigate from a multidisciplinary perspective the contribution of religion to nation building. This work is a great accomplishment in the study of religion and society, and, therefore, of value to all who treasure good literature on religion and nation building in Africa.

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Religion, Morality and Peace-Building in Africa: Ambiguities and the Imperfect Human Condition
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A. (Editor), Ndubisi J. O. Ejikemeuwa Ph.D (Editor)

Religion has always been a major component that is capable of initiating either conflicts or peace in the world. This is very important as religion has a strong and perhaps growing significance as a key source of identity for millions of people, especially in the developing world, like Africa. This understanding has attracted the attention of African scholars with the intention of investigating the level of influence of religion on conflict and the extent to which religion can be employed as an instrument for the promotion of peace in the world.

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A Study of African Socio-Political Philosophy
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

The present work on African philosophy brings in new freshness into the African philosophical enterprise as it introduces not just thoughts that could be categorized as African philosophy but also thoughts that were borne from the reflections of individual African philosophers. It covers a period that could be referred to as modern African philosophy. It includes philosophical activities in Africa between the fifteenth and early part of the twentieth century.

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Nigerian Youths in the Face of Migration, Drug Abuse and Fundamentalism
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A. (Editor)

This book on NIGERIAN YOUTHS IN THE FACE OF MIGRATION, DRUG ABUSE, AND FUNDAMENTALISM is an attempt to provide a compass for young people in their search for meaning. It is a work of several chapters contributed by different persons from different perspectives. It is hoped that through this work, young people would be enabled to discover very early on the value of the gift of self, an essential means for maturity.

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Ibuanyidanda: A Complementary Systematic Inquiry
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A. (Editor)

The present work on “IBUANYIDANDA: A Complementary Systematic Inquiry” is one among the systematic and significant efforts at putting together the works of the admirers and disciples of Professor Innocent Asouzu’s Ibuanyidanda complementary philosophy. For the many who are familiar with the terrain of contemporary African philosophy, Professor Innocent Asouzu is a polymath and Gulliver of a sort with commendable expertise in African philosophy. Like an exorcist, he has conjured and inspired the mortified spirits of many to share in the wealth of philosophy presented in African categories.

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Philosophy of Religion
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

The present work focuses on the major inquiries in philosophy of religion. This work is unique in its own way, in the sense that it introduces something new to the corpus of literature that is often referred to as philosophy of religion. It introduces themes in African philosophy of religion, which is an area not often referred to in African philosophy, let alone in textbooks in philosophy of religion. As this work opens a new aperture in the study of the philosophy of religion, it is hoped that it would generate further interest in the study of African philosophy of religion.

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Faith and Life
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

The present work on Faith and Life for Africa‟s Commitment to Christ: Reflections on the Christian Creed is concerned with the language and pattern of presenting the substance of the Catholic faith in a new way that celebrates the year of faith. The idea of ‗Africa‘s commitment to Christ‘, speaks of the locale, and in the light of Ecclesia in Africa and Africae Munus it calls the Church in Africa to a renewed commitment to Christ.

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African Traditional Philosophy of Education
Prof. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

The present work on African Traditional Philosophy of Education: Essays in Igwebuike Philosophy is a collection of papers written over the years in the area of African traditional education. The use of the word ‘Traditional’ does not in any way mean that the author does not refer to the present developments in education; the work in such that, while focusing primarily on the structure and values of African traditional education, it employs the values of the classical with the vision of trying to see how it can add value to the contemporary.

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The Augustinians in Nigeria
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A. & Raymond Hickey, O.S.A.

The territory assigned to the Irish Augustinians in 1938 was the Province of Adamawa in Northern Nigeria. It lay along the border with the French territory of Cameroon and was the most isolated of the twelve provinces into which the Northern Region of Nigeria was then divided. This book presents detailed history of the Augustinians in Nigeria, marking 80 years of Graceful existence in the country.

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African Bioethics
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

A cursory glance at the historical evolution of bioethics as a discipline, reveal the emergence of a couple of trends, such as the advent of the quest for regional characterization, giving birth to culturally rooted bioethical perspectives. Majority of existing studies in this area of scholarship presents bioethics as though it were a field of enquiry that is the prerogative of the Western world, dominated by Western idiosyncrasies and eccentricities. There is also the perspective that African bioethics is a myth; a perspective that is furthered by ideological race classification, the slave trade and colonialism. Kanu, in this book, therefore, challenges this perspective. Arguing for the existence of an African bioethics, for the enhancement of African authenticity and identity.

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African Bioethics
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

A cursory glance at the historical evolution of bioethics as a discipline, reveal the emergence of a couple of trends, such as the advent of the quest for regional characterization, giving birth to culturally rooted bioethical perspectives. Majority of existing studies in this area of scholarship presents bioethics as though it were a field of enquiry that is the prerogative of the Western world, dominated by Western idiosyncrasies and eccentricities. There is also the perspective that African bioethics is a myth; a perspective that is furthered by ideological race classification, the slave trade and colonialism. Kanu, in this book, therefore, challenges this perspective. Arguing for the existence of an African bioethics, for the enhancement of African authenticity and identity.

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Towards an Igbo-African Christology
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

The faith that Christianity cherishes and bears witness to must have Christ as its foundation and goal. Without Christ as the central cornerstone and final aim, nothing in Christianity counts. Thus, Christology is, in the final analysis, the basic and central issue of Christian theology. This study is a contribution to the to the on-going discourse on Christology in Africa.

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Echoes of Hope
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

In this present volume, the editor has made the task easy for the reader. He has identified 17 important themes and topics on which the Major Superiors of Nigeria have made statements, taken a position or issued directives. He has put together in one section all that has been said in sixteen years in each of the themes, ranging from formation, aims of the religious life, leadership, collaborative ministry, Sharia law, the Church as the family of God, the Eucharist, self-reliance, reconciliation, justice, peace, the word of God, the implications of the Second Special Synod for Africa, health, new media technology and faith crisis.

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Disciplines of African Philosophy
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

For several decades, African philosophers have debated on the history, nature, and methodology of African philosophy, among others; however, this piece takes a different turn. It reflects on the disciplines of African philosophy. It is a work of twelve chapters and focuses on the major disciplines of African philosophy. This piece is a response to the recurrent question in the class of African philosophy: What are the disciplines of African Philosophy?

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Consecrated Persons and Mutual Relations
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

This publication evaluates how consecrated persons perceive themselves and are perceived, with regard to the relationships that exist between them and those they come in contact with daily, in their areas of apostolate: bishops, priests and lay faithful; also the youth, the aged and physically challenged persons as well as families and nonclerics on their staff.

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The Consecrated Life
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

This work: THE CONSECRATED LIFE: The Past, the Present, the Future and the Constant Demand for Renewal, which has been edited by Rev. Fr. Kanu Anthony, OSA, the Executive Secretary of the Conference of Major Superiors (Men) is the outcome of the Executive Meeting of the Conference of Major Superiors of Nigeria. Through the various chapters with emphasis on the different fundamental elements of the Consecrated Life, an attempt has been made to provide a roadmap for Consecrated Persons to look to the past with gratitude, to live the present with Passion and embrace the future with hope.

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Consecrated Life and the Jubilee Year of Mercy
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

The book contains well written and candid contributions that will enrich all. Theentire book is a fine example of what Saint Paul values so highly as ― ecclesial paraklesis‖- a fraternal reminder of what is essential to the faith, and at the same time, exhortation, encouragement, consolation, admonishment, and chiseling; all in the loving communion of the local churches in one Catholic Church.

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Consecrated Life and Politics
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

This work displays a sound analysis of significant scholars. It is constructively critical, comprehensively educative and informative in its presentation of facts as regards politics, as far as Nigerian situation is concerned. It is a work of daring boldness that has broken the ice to engage in creating awareness in politics both now and in the future. The ideas expressed in this literary work are unbiased, fair and empirical.

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Complementary Ontology
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

The present work on “Complementary Ontology: Provocative Essays on Innocent Asouzu’s African Philosophy of Integration for Progressive Transformation” is among the initial significant efforts at putting together the work of the admirers and disciples of Professor Asouzu’s systematic complementary reflection.

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Collaborative Ministry in Mission: Theological and Cultural Perspectives
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

This is the book of proceedings of the Second International Conference of the Theological Institute of Consecrated Life in Africa. In 2018, the Theological Institute of Consecrated Life in Africa organized the Second International Conference on Collaborative Ministry, looking at it from different perspectives: Doctrinal/Church documents perspective, Cultural/African perspective, Biblical perspective/St. Paul's experience, Skills and Challenges of Collaboration.

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Collaborative Ministry in Mission and Canonical Processes
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

This collection of papers delivered at the 2017 International Conference on Collaborative Ministry in Mission and Canonical Processes organized by the Claretian Missionaries' Theological Institute for Consecrated Life in Africa, is one of the biggest dreams of our time, and the putting together of this book of proceedings is an effort to make this great dream known.

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Collaborative Ministry in Mission: A Socio-Pastoral Approach
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

The present work titled: COLLABORATIVE MINISTRY IN MISSION: A SOCIO-PASTORAL APPROACH is a collection of the presentations at the Third International Conference of the Theological Institute for Consecrated Life in Africa. I strongly recommend this book of proceedings to anyone who wishes to be abreast with important debates and developments in collaborative ministry.

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Augustine through the Ages: Echoes of Faith and Reason
Ikechukwu Anthony KANU, O.S.A.

The scope and quantity of the works of St. Augustine have placed him within parameters that make him a central figure in western thought, and his teachings, a vade mecum in ecclesiastical and secular circles. He occupies a central place in the development of theology and the evolution of philosophical thought.

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