Vol 12 – 2019

Theme: Integrity and Corruption in the Bible

1.      Corruption in the Household Shrine of Micah (Judges 17:1-6) in the Nigerian Context.  – Michael Ufok Udoekpo

2.      King Ahab’s Portrait in 1 Kings 21: A Re-Examination of the Contrasting Voices in the Ahab Narrative – Emmanuel Nwaoru

3.      Psalm 101 and the Quest for Moral Responsibilities of an Ideal Leader – Obiorah Mary Jerome

4.      Jeremiah 7:1-15: A Call to Religious Integrity – Agnes Ifeyinwa Acha

5.      Integrity in Leadership: The Panacea to a Corrupt Society in Jeremiah 23:1-8 – Luke Emehiele Ijezie

6.      A Classical Prophet Challenges Corruption and Lack of Integrity in Israel (Amos 8:4-7) – Victor Onwukaeme

7.      Kakous kakōs: An Apt Description of the Nature and Fate of the Vineyard Workers in Matthew 21:41 –  Rowland Onyenali

8.      The Anti-Corruption Stance of John the Baptist in Luke 3:12-14 – Christopher Naseri

9.      Integrity and Corruption in the Parable of the Shrewd Manager (Luke 16:1-8): A Contextual Study  –  Teresa Okure SHCJ

10.  Corrupt but Repented Judge – A Study of Luke 18:1-8: Implications for the Contemporary Society  –  Cosmas Uzowulu

11.  Sexual Immorality and Church’s Discipline in 1 Corinthians 5:1-5: Implications for the Nigerian Church  –  Peter Onwuka

12.  “And I oppose him to his face, because he stood condemned…”: Galatians 2:11-14 as a Model of Telling Truth to Power  –  Bernard Onyebuchi Ukwuegbu

13.  The Imperative of becoming Participants of Divine Nature in a Corrupt Society: Another Look at 2 Peter 1:3-11  –  Casmir Chukwuemeka Obi

14.  Integrity and Corruption in the Bible: Ecclesial and Eschatological Perspectives from the Letters to the Seven Churches in Revelation 2 and 3.  –  Anthony Ehwerido

15.  Integrity and Corruption in the Bible: President’s Address and Presentation of the Convention Theme – Teresa Okure