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Hi I'm Dr. UCHEAWAJI JOSIAH

Lecturer I

Research Interests:

Bible and Ecology/Hermenutics,

PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATION TITLE
Theories for the Study of Religion
The "Mourning" Of the Land as Occasioned by Oil-Mineral-Pollution in the Niger Delta of Nigeria.
Biblical Study of ‘Dance in worship’ in the Old Testament”
A GOOD WIFE OR A PRECIOUS SLAVE? REREADING PROVERBS 31: 10 – 31 IN THE NIGERIA CONTEXT
An Exegetical Exploration of Hosea 4:1-3
Viewing Biblical Hermeneutics from an African Ecological Lens
Exploring the Ecological Implications of Hosea’s Imagery in 5:4 for the Nigerian Nation
Hosea’s Perspective on the “Knowledge of God” and its Relevance to Rivers State, Nigeria
Genesis 3 and Evolution of Costume among Asarama People of Rivers State (Niger-Delta), Nigeria
Interpreting Genesis 2:18 in The Light of Gender Inequality In Traditional Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Nigeria
Revisiting ’emeth and chesed As Recourse to Security Needs in the Human-Ecological Zone: The Case of Nigeria’s Niger Delta
An Ethical Evaluation of David-Bathsheba Relationship in 2 Samuel 11
Information And Records Management as a Precursor to Peace in the Book of Esther: Lessons for Africa
“Rethinking Attitude to Work in the Quest for Excellence: The Nehemiah’s Experience
DIVINATION AND PROPHECY IN THE OLD TESTAMENT: CONVERGENCE AND DIVERGENCE
“‘Dress and Keep’ the Garden: Environmental Stewardship as a Biblical Motif for the ‘Great Commission’”
“The Role Of Dialogue In The Search For National Security in the Face of Boko Haram Phenomenon: A Case Study of 2samuel 20:16-22”
“The ‘Mourning’ of the ‘Land’ as Occasioned By Oil-Mineral- Pollution In The Niger Delta of Nigeria”
“Priestly Role of ‘Teaching’ as a Potent Tool for ‘Environmental Sustainability’ in Nigeria”
Psychical Phenomenon in Israelite Prophetic Tradition as Exemplified in Ezekiel 1-3
A Contextual Reading of Geber and Isshah in Deuteronomy 22:5 as a Biblical Response to ‘Apartheid’ in Nigeria
, “Childhood and Youth of Jesus”
“A Good Wife or a Precious Slave? Rereading Proverbs 31:10-31 in the Nigerian Context”