The Nigerian Journal of Theology (NJT) is a scholarly, peerreviewed and fully refereed journal that publishes high quality research papers in theology including socio-religious issues of contemporary significance, provided the studies bring their fruits to bear on African/Nigerian life. NJT seeks for papers based on theological or philosophical or social science research methodologies. The aim is the search for truth expressed in simple but critical language for the benefit of wider readership. Precisely as publication of Catholic Theological Association of Nigeria (CATHAN), NJT provides a forum for theological, theoretical, and contextual analysis of Christian faith from the religious, philosophical, anthropological, cultural, social, and political perspectives, to say the least. The Journal is abstracted and indexed with Nigerian Journals Online, and published articles would appear promptly in Google Scholar. NJT is published annually before Easter. Well researched and original papers on topical and relevant subject matters, and book reviews are therefore welcome.