Vol. 11 (2022)
Fr. Williams Abba is a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Kafanchan, Kaduna State, Nigeria. He holds a Masters in Philosophy and he was Dean of Academics at St Thomas Aquinas Major Seminary Makurdi and St Albert Institute Fadan Kagoma. He specialises in Philosophical Anthropology. He has written a number of articles in journals and has published two books. email@example.com
Fr. Julian Chukwuemeka Ibe, PhD, is a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Zaria. Having served as a part-time lecturer in the Catholic Institute of West Africa (CIWA) Port Harcourt (in affiliation with Unical), he is currently the Director of the Seat of Wisdom Academy, Zaria. He is also a Visiting Lecturer at the Good Shepherd Seminary, Kaduna, as well as the Pope John II School of Evangelization, Zaria. He is a Dogmatic Theologian with a special focus on ecological concerns. He is a voracious reader who loves writing and reviewing articles.
Timothy Barga, PhD, is a priest of the Catholic diocese of Maiduguri. He is currently a Lecturer of Saint Augustine’s Major seminary Jos and serves as its Vice rector. He is a Visiting Lecturer at the Department of Religion and Philosophy, University of Jos and at the Department of Theology of the Good Shepherd Major Seminary Kaduna. He specializes in African Christian Theology and Catechesis. He has published more than a dozen books and over 30 articles in various journals. firstname.lastname@example.org
Fr. Richard Gokum Emmanuel, PhD, is a priest of Sokoto diocese. He teaches Islamic history and religion and the Nigerian State in Veritas University Abuja. He is the Ag. Chairman of the Admission Committee of the university. He is a Russell Berrie Fellow and John Paul II Centre for interreligious dialogue leader. He has interest in Islam in sub-Sahara Africa and the relationship between religion and politics.
Ernest Anaezichukwu Obodo, PhD, is the Auxiliary Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Enugu. He specialises in Sacred Theology with concentration in Canon Law from the Catholic Theological Faculty of the University of Innsbruck, Austria.
Martha Ada Onjewu, PhD, is a Chief Lecturer in the Department of Languages and Communication of Kaduna Polytechnic. She is also an Adjunct lecturer of the Use of English Language in Good Shepherd Major Seminary Kaduna. She has published books and over 30 papers in recognized journals.
Thaddeus Byimi Umaru, PhD, is a priest of the Diocese of Minna. He currently is engaged in pastoral work in Scotland and also collaborates with the Scottish Interfaith Counsel for relations between religions. He has published numerous articles in journals.
Philip Osarobu ISANBOR, PhD, is a Lecturer at the Department of Philosophy, St Albert Institute, Kagoma, Kaduna State, Nigeria (an affiliate of University of Jos). He specialises in Philosophical Anthropology with a bias in African Personalist Metaphysics. Email: email@example.com.
George Okunromi OJEBUN is an independent scholar, and he is a doctoral student at the Department of Philosophy, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Akwa, Nigeria. He is specialising in African Philosophy with a bias in African anthropological theology and ethics.
Benjamin Yakubu Bala, PhD, is a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Kafanchan, Kaduna State, Nigeria. He lectures Moral Theology (Christian Ethics) at the Catholic Institute of West Africa, Port Harcourt, Nigeria (in affiliation with Unical). His specialty is Family and Human Life. He has published a number of articles in reputable journals and has written a book titled: Self-defense: Permissibility and Legitimacy.
Anselm Ikenna Odo is a lecturer in the Department of Philosophy of Good Shephered Major Seminary Kaduna State, Nigeria. He specializes in Philosophy of Education. He has published many scholarly papers in reputable journals and seven books.
Tiri John Fidelis is a lecturer at Kaduna State College of Education weekend program at Jagindi Tasha. He specializes in philosophy of education. He has published many scholarly papers in reputable journals.
Nwoha Petermary Onyebuchi is a product of Tansian University Umunya, Anambra State, Nigeria. He is a CEO at Madonna Medical Enterprise in Enugu State. He specializes in metaphysics. He has written several number of articles in journals.
Andrew Adaeyiza Otu, PhD, is a Catholic priest of Lokoja Diocese. He is a lecturer and Ag. HoD Spiritual Theology, Catholic Institute of West Africa, Portharcourt (in affiliation with Unical). He has published over 13 articles and 2 books under review. firstname.lastname@example.org