Vol 13 – 2021


  1. The Bible on Human Beings, Race, and the Land: President’s Address and Presentation of the Convention’s Theme  –Teresa Okure, SHCJ
  2. Portrait of Human Nature in Genesis 2:4b-25 –  Luke E. Ijezie    
  3. A Contextual Re-evaluation of Humanity’s Responsible Identity in Genesis 1:26–28, in the Light of African Sense of Ubuntu – Michael Ufok Udoekpo
  4. A Study of Human Responsibility in Genesis 4:1-16 and its Effect on the Land – John Chike Nwanze
  5. God and Humans in the Flood Story (Genesis 6-9)  – Emmanuel Nwaoru
  6. Redemption in Ruth 4:1-11: Reclaiming Humanity   –  Caroline Mbonu
  7. Creation of Human Beings in Sirach 17:1-24 and Quest for the Purpose of Human Life  – Mary Jerome Obiorah
  8. Isaiah’s Message of Nonviolence in Isaiah 2:1-4: Implications to the Societal Wellbeing  – Philip Igbo
  9. Inter-personal Relationship in Isaiah 11:6-9 and Its Implications for Nigeria  –  Rose Mary Unigwe
  10. People and Humanity: A Study of Isaiah 56:1-8  – George Odafe and Joseph Mamman
  11. Acts of Worship and Authentic Humanity in the Light of Amos 5:21- 24  – Joel Aruna Usman
  12. A Racist Jesus? An Ideological Critical Reading of Matthew 15:21-28  – John Chijioke Madubuko
  13. Jesus and the Leper in Mark 1:40-45: A Biblical Theology Index for the Management of COVID-19 Pandemic – Christopher Naseri
  14. Reading Mark 5:1–20 through the Prisms of Liberation and Political Theologies – Rowland Onyenali
  15. The Value of Human Person before Jesus: A Study of Luke 5:12-16 – Cosmas Uzowulu
  16. “God-Word became flesh” (John 1:1-3, 14): Index to the New Testament Understanding of Humanity – Teresa Okure
  17. The Human Being and the Redeeming of Creation (Romans 8:18-30)  –  MarySylvia Nwachukwu
  18. “Slaves, be obedient to your Masters” (Ephesians 6:5-9; Colossians 3:22-4:1): A Critical Evaluation of Pauline Perspective in African Context  –  Casmir Chukwuemeka Obi