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Name: Alamu, A.G.
Status: Assistant Lecturer
Department: Religions

Dr. Alamu Akiti Glory is a lecturer in the Department of Religions, University of Ilorin. He has his B. A. (Hons) Degree, Religious Studies, (1998), M. A., Religious Studies, (2003) and Ph.D, Comparative Religious Studies (2009). He specializes in Comparative Religion, Edo Religion, African Metaphysics, Oriental Religions and Church History. He has many international, national and local publications.
He won the Erivwo Prize award of Best Church Historian in the Department of Religious Studies, Edo State (now Ambrose Alli) University, Ekpoma, 1998, and the best graduating student of the Department of Religious Studies, Edo State (now Ambrose Alli) University, Ekpoma, 1998. He is happily married and blessed with Covenant.

 


His Publications are:

  1. Alamu, A.G. "Leadership Qualities Needed in Contemporary Nigerian Society", pp 318 - 325.
  2. Alamu, A.G. "God and Governance: A Christian Appraisal of Contemporary Nigerian Political Situation", pp 237 - 256.
  3. Alamu, A. G. (2009): "The Concept of Karma in Hinduism and Christianity: An Appraisal". Asia Journal of Theology. Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 244-265.
  4. Alamu, A.G., (2010) “A Comparative Study of Doctrinal Aspects of Hinduism and African Religion” in Human Views on God: Variety Not Monotony, Essays in Honour of Ade P. Dopamu, Adam K. arap Chepkwony and Peter M.J. Hess (eds), 151-158; Eldoret: Published by Moi University Press.
  5. Alamu, A.G. (2005) “An Evaluation of the Old Testament Preference in African Indigenous Churches”, EPHA: Ekpoma Journal of Religious Studies. 6, (1&2); 197-208, Published by Department of Religious Management and Cultural Studies, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma.
  6. Alamu, A.G., (2006) “Ancestral Veneration in African Religion and An African Indigenous Church: A Focus on Celestial Church of Christ”, IRORO: Journal of Arts, 11,(1&2); 189-195, Published by Faculty of Arts, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma.
  7. Alamu, A.G.(2006) “Edo Eschatology and The Scientific Cosmos” in Science and Religion in the Service of Humanity, Ade P. Dopamu et.al, (eds), 346-360. Ilorin: Published by Local Societies Initiative (LSI) and National Association for the Study and Teaching of Religions and Natural Sciences(NASTRENS)
  8. Alamu, A.G. (2007-2008) “Equality of Men in Jainism: Relevance to Contemporary Nigerian Society,” ORISUN: Journal of Religion and Human Values,6&7,16-33, Published by Department of Religious Studies Onabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye.
  9. Alamu, A.G. (2006) “Globalization and Its Effects on Christianity” CENTREPOINT: Journal of Intellectual, Scientific and Cultural Interest, 11&12, (1),55-65, Published by Library and Publications Committee, University of Ilorin.
  10. Alamu, A.G., (2009) “The Law of Karma in the Age of Technology,” IJHDIS: International Journal of Human Development and Information System, 2, (1&2), 81-92, Published by American Economic Association and Serials Publications, New Delhi
  11. Alamu, A.G., (2010) “On Dopamu’s ‘God loves Variety and Hates    Monotony” in Human Views on God: Variety Not Monotony, Essays in Honour of Ade P. Dopamu, Adam K. arap Chepkwony and Peter M.J. Hess (eds), 1-6; Eldoret: Published by Moi University Press.
  12. Alamu, A.G., (2006) “Religion and Family Development in Nigerian Nation: A Synthesis” RELIGIONS: Journal of the Nigerian Association For the Study of  Religions,17, 79-100, Published by NASR
  13. Alamu, A.G. (2005) “The Nigerian Church Council in the 21st Century”, JORAC: Journal of Religion and African Culture. 1,(1); 63-67, Published by Faculty of Arts and Education, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko.