CABAN 2017


  1. “May the Lord Put His Spirit (rûḥô) Upon Them” (Num 11:25 – 29b): Reading Moses’ Prayer for the Nigerian Contemporary Situation. – Michael Ufok Udoekpo
  2. The Case of Eldad and Medad in Numbers 11:26 – 29 and Its Hermeneutical Issues – Emmanuel O. Nwaoru
  3. The Place of (mȃṧah) “Anointing” in the Charismatic Working of the “Spirit of the Lord” – Gerald Emem Umoren
  4. “The Spirit of the Lord God is upon Me” (Isaiah 61:1): The Use of Isaiah 61:1-2 in Luke 4:18-19 – Obiorah Mary Jerome
  5. Ruah Adonai as an Agent of Revivification in Ezekiel 37:1-14 – Agnes Acha
  6. Simeon in Luke 2:25-35: An “Archetypical Persona” for the Charisms of the Holy Spirit – Ferdinand Chidiebere Odoh
  7. The Spirit of the Lord in a Pentecostal Era: The Study of Luke 4:16-19 – Cosmas Uzowulu
  8. The Holy Spirit in the Fourth Gospel: An Anamnēsis of the Old Testament Teaching – Dominic Obielosi
  9. “He gave them power to become children of God” (John 1:12-14): Divinization as God’s Foundational Gift to Believers: A Survey in John’s Gospel – Teresa Okure
  10. The Spirit as the Paraclete in John 14:16 – 17, 26: Understanding the Work of ho paraklētos vis-à-vis Twenty-first Century African Evangelization – Gesila Nneka Uzukwu
  11. “The Holy Spirit, Promise, Power and Mission in Acts 1 – Christopher Naseri
  12. Speaking in Other Tongues in Acts 2:4 and Its Practice Among Contemporary Christians in Nigeria – Peter Chidolue Onwuka
  13. Charisms as Gifts of Service in the Church: An Exegetical Study of Romans 12: 6-8 – Paul Danbaki Jatau
  14. The Holy Spirit and Orthodox Christian Utterances: A Study of 1 Corinthians 12:1-3 – MarySylvia Nwachukwu
  15. There are Varieties of Gifts but always the same Spirit (1 Corinthians 12:4-11) – Victor Onwukeme