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From What We Should Do to Who We Should Be: Negotiating Theological Reflections and Praxis in the Context of HIV/AIDS Among the Igbos of Nigeria

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HIV/AIDS constitutes a global problem. A good number of scholars from different nationalities, multiple rationalities, religious sensibilities, theological intelligibilities and ethical, cultural, and ecclesiastical backgrounds have affirmed that this worldwide quagmire constitutes a global health problem and social malady which does not have a well-defined geographically ...more
Paperback, 432 pages
Published August 3rd 2011 by Authorhouse
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