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[Divine Fluidity and Fragmentation Model of God: a Theological Basis for Profound Muslim/christian Dialogue in Nigeria

By Society For Research And Academic Excellence  et al

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This paper takes on one of the vexed issues of Christianity being considered a polytheistic religion on the basis of her teaching on Jesus as Lord. Jesus as Lord is one of the major areas of differences between Islam and Christianity. In places like Nigeria, Christians have been labelled as 'arna' or 'kafiri' (pagan) on that basis and have been persecutedat critical magnitude for the same reason.1 Nevertheless, religious dialogue has been one of the means through which resolution of such issues have been attempted.
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Abstract

This paper adopts an inductive qualitative research approach to address a theological gridlock between Islam and Christianity, that is, the divinity of Jesus. It argues from the common religious heritage of Christianity and Islam to present an early Judaic fluidity model of God as platform to establish a more profound interreligious dialogue between both religions. The paper hopes that the proposed model would aid a more robust conversation between Islam and Christianity on the vexed issue,and facilitate better understanding of each other’s religion for a more peaceful coexistence in the country.

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Society For Research And Academic Excellence

Society For Research And Academic Excellence

Based in University of Nigeria, Nsukka, this academic society is incorporated in Nigeria to encourage brilliant and enterprising research scholars, both young and experienced, to make known the results of their hard work for the good of the nation and the world. The Society accepts research initiatives for publications and mentors potential scholars to achieve their vision.
Ilesanmi Ajibola

Ilesanmi Ajibola

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