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Author: E. Kayode Adesogan
ISBN: 9781298308
Language: English
Pages: 244 pages
Category: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: HEBN Publishers (July 9, 2007)
Rating: 4.5
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The author is a committed Christian, a member of the Chapel of the Resurrection in Nigeria. Kayode Adesogan Head of the Department of Chemical Sciences at Olabisi Onabanjao University, Ogun State; and is the retired Professor of Chemistry at the University of Ibadan.

The author is a committed Christian, a member of the Chapel of the Resurrection in Nigeria. He was born into a pagan home, his parents worshipping the gods of ogun and osanyin. His grandmother was a priestess of the osanyin deity and his mother inherited her shrine. As a boy he was taken to an ifa preist.

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It is an amazing story that traces her family's journey from Western Australia to the Central Victorian Goldfields. With only the money in their pockets she tells of the incredible set of circumstances that led them to making the discovery of a lifetime. On the 26 September 1980, Kevin Hillier and his wife Bep had no idea that their faith in God could lead them to discovering one of the world's largest gold nuggets, the 'Hand of Faith'.

A good Christian should know where he is coming from, be familiar with his evolving environment, be hopeful where he is heading and why. This book is a great guide from Prof. Much of the ignorance about’ the Chapel of the Resurrection, about Christian Fellowships, Clubs, Societies, etc. in IVCU and indeed about intra- and inter-religious conflicts is cleared up in this book

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Red Letter Christians book. It is challenging and gives great examples of how Christians can be active in politics. The book is a little dated, having been written during the presidency of George W. Bush. I would also recommend his follow up book that TECO authored with Shane Claiborne, entitled "Red Letter Revolution.

The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race Sager book is both a creed and academic treatment of the implementation o. .

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The author is a committed Christian, a member of the Chapel of the Resurrection in Nigeria. He was born into a pagan home, his parents worshipping the gods of ogun and osanyin. His grandmother was a priestess of the osanyin deity and his mother inherited her shrine. As a boy he was taken to an ifa preist. From early in his youth and his time as a student at the University of Ibadan, he has been a committed Christian, and this is his account of the Christian story of his time as a student and member of faculty at the University. He was the first President of Ibadan Varsity Christian Union, and an active member of the Chapel. Rather than an autobiography, this is a history of the Christian faith at the University of Ibadan. Kayode Adesogan Head of the Department of Chemical Sciences at Olabisi Onabanjao University, Ogun State; and is the retired Professor of Chemistry at the University of Ibadan.