Augustine Ikegwu

Books by Augustine Ikegwu

the image of god

The African man is called to a sober reflection about himself in relation to others and about the reason for and meaning of his existence on earth. Through the Catholic Church's teachings, Which defend the personhood and dignity of man, the African man is made aware of the vitality of others through a fraternal love that equalizes and mirrors the image of God in him. In his relationships with other men, therefore, the African man is expected to manifest his dignified nature, which is of divine origin. This work thus argues for a positive relationship among members of African societies in spite of religious, social, and political differences.


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