16.7 C
New York
Thursday, June 13, 2024

AUTHOR NAME

Francis Anekwe Oborji | Op-Ed Contributor

68 POSTS
0 COMMENTS

Francis Anekwe Oborji: Pan-Africanism and Today’s Self-determination Struggle (Part 2) [MUST READ]

Continued from Pan-Africanism and Today’s Self-determination Struggle “Yet, true unity cannot be achieved by force, and Africa may have to concede the legitimacy of...

Francis Anekwe Oborji: African Family-Centered Ecclesiology & Same-Sex Blessings [MUST READ]

It was not by accident that the Catholic Bishops of Malawi in East Africa are the leading African voice today, about the recent Declaration...

‘Where Was the World When We Died?’: Echoes from Chimamanda’s ‘Half Of A Yellow Sun’

Describing in a poetic form, the title and content of the book, a young British journalist, Richard (who feel in love with a beautiful,...

Tribute: Bènèzet Bujo: A Pioneer Systematic African Theologian [MUST READ]

In the opening paragraph of his short biography of Professor Bénézet Bujo, published in 2003, and titled, “Bènèzet Bujo: The Awakening of a Systematic...

One Nigeria or Many? The Nation’s Fraying Fabric Under the Spotlight, By Francis Anekwe [MUST READ]

The Nigerian child has right to be taught that right from the beginning of our colonial history, Nigeria has always lived under the pretense...

Francis Anekwe Oborji: ‘CHI’ in Igbo Thought and Culture [MUST READ]

Our concern in this short write-up is to articulate, briefly, the true meaning and significance of the concept, “CHI” among the Igbo in the...

Francis Anekwe Oborji: Soyinka’s ‘Trials of Brother Jero’ and ‘Impunity of Religious Intolerance’ [MUST READ]

During my second-year philosophy in December 1981 at Bigard Memorial Seminary, Philosophy Campus, Ikot-Ekpene (now, St. Joseph Major Seminary), I was privileged to have...

Francis Anekwe Oborji: Achebe’s “Arrow of God” and Politicisation of Religion in Nigeria [MUST READ]

Chinua Achebe’s novel, “Arrow of God”, dramatizes the traditional and effective pattern of challenging the politicization and manipulation of religion for whatever gain or interest. The...

Archbishop Tutu And South African Black Theology: A Tribute [MUST READ]

At the beginning of his crusade and struggle against the Apartheid System and White Minority Racist Government in South Africa, the late Archbishop Tutu...

Francis Anekwe Oborji: How Mandela Used ‘Sit-At-Home’ In His Liberation Struggle – Part 1 [MUST READ]

In his award-winning book, entitled, “No Easy Walk to Freedom” (Collection of Writings), Nelson Mandela detailed how the African National Congress, ANC’s Sit-At-Home order...

Latest news

- Advertisement -Top 20 Blogs Lifestyle