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TitleTowards new approaches in missiological encounters with Muslims in Northern Nigeria
AuthorAkintola, Daniel Oyebode
SubjectMissiological strategies
SubjectEncounteriology
SubjectMuslims
SubjectAfrica
SubjectIslamic adherents
SubjectIslamic Jihadists
SubjectJihad
SubjectPersecution
SubjectReligion and Northern Nigeria
Subject266.00882971
SubjectMissions to Muslims
SubjectIslam -- Missions
SubjectChristians and other religions -- Islam
SubjectMissions -- Nigeria
Date2018-10-10T12:08:35Z
Date2018-10-10T12:08:35Z
Date2018-01
TypeDissertation
Format1 online resource (xvii, 185 leaves) : color illustrations
AbstractThis study has as purpose to verify the best possible strategies that can be used both in encounter and evangelization of Muslims in order to avoid persecution of Christians and destruction of their property in Africa, especially in Northern Nigeria. This Twenty first Century has witnessed numerous violent attacks against Christians which resulted in vandalization and looting of their property. Many lives of Christian men and women have been sacrificed amidst the violence. As a result, some Christians decided to flee the affected areas, abandoning in the process mission work to Muslims in order to safeguard their lives. This study proposes as research method the use of the pastoral cycle to arrive at these methods. From the study, it was discovered that several factors were responsible for the Islamic attacks against Christians in Northern Nigeria. Many negative effects had been noted as a result, mostly serious negative emotional scars left in the heart of the Christians believers and missionaries living and working in Northern Nigeria. Based on the findings of this study, new approaches towards coexistence and especially for the evangelisation of the Muslims in Northern Nigeria, especially in view of reduced bloody encounters.
AbstractChristian Spirituality, Church History and Missiology
AbstractM. Th. (Missiology)
IdentifierAkintola, Daniel Oyebode (2018) Towards new approaches in missiological encounters with Muslims in Northern Nigeria, University of South Africa, Pretoria,
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10500/24904