HUMAN VALUES

On this Sunday as you prepare for the work week, pause and consider your intending actions and the thoughts that will generate those actions. Both will derive from your values. As a word, values refer to what is of worth to the individual or group either positive or negative. We can remember price with relation […]

THE WISE WOMAN

Wisdom, intelligence, and brilliance are regarded as synonyms. However, in the Scripture the word wisdom dominates. There appears to be a subtle difference between brilliance and wisdom and one dictionary uses the word “brainy” as a synonym of brilliant but does not use same in the case of wisdom. The two outstanding words in wisdom […]

TOWARDS REALISM IN THE EMERGING POST COVID-19 ERA IN CHURCHES

I discussed with Bishop O. O. Mensah of the African Church, Uyo Diocese this morning. He had read one of my posts including the one that sought to know what churches are doing to assist their not too financially strong members during the lockdown. Dr. Danagogo had earlier indicated that his church, St Matthew’s Anglican […]

COLONIZATION OF AFRICA: POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE? A REVISIT

While still in the Coronavirus holiday mood, let us expand further our intellectual coasts. The desirability or otherwise of the partition of or scramble for Africa which crystalized in 1884 during the Berlin Conference  for the purpose of colonialism and economic exploitation will forever be a subject of debate. What cannot be argued was the […]