Raymond Ogunade

A graduate of Lagos State University, Dr. Ogunade holds a Masters degree as well as PhD from the University of Ilorin. An awardee of Center for Theology and Natural Sciences’ Science and Religion Course Program (2001); ACU Titular Fellow, Swansea University, Wales (2010/2011) and also a Fellow of the Study of the United States Institute on Religious Pluralism, UC Santa Barbara (June-August, 2011) He is currently a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Religions, Faculty of Arts, University of Ilorin.

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His Journal/Publications are listed below:
  1. Raymond Ogunade and Rees, P. (2011) "The contributions of applied psychology and spirituality to social care work in a global community", in Conference Proceedings (Vellore, India: VIT University), 73-88.
  2. Raymond Ogunade and Paul Rees (2010), “Social Welfare in Nigeria and the UK: Reformation Through International Education, Collaboration and Research” in BULLETIN, 172 (London: Association of Commonwealth Universities),6-7.
  3. Raymond Ogunade (2010), “The Scientific Universe in Yoruba Religion” in, Human Views on God:Variety Not     Monotony Adam K. arap Chepkwony and Peter M.J. Hess (eds.) 43-51. Eldoret: Moi University Press.
  4. Raymond Ogunade (2010), “African Religion in Democracy” in, Human Views on God: Variety Not     Monotony Adam K. arap Chepkwony and Peter M.J. Hess (eds.) 63-70. Eldoret: Moi University Press.
  5. Raymond Ogunade,(2010),  “Yoruba Religious Worship in Modern Context”, in IFE: , Journal of the Institute of Cultural Studies-Special edition, Obafemi Awolowo University: Institute of Cultural Studies.
  6. Raymond Ogunade (2009) “The Dynamics of ‘Faith’ in Yoruba Religion and Modern Science”, in Religion, Environment and Information and Communication Technology  Yahya Oyewole Imam (ed.). University of Maiduguri: Association for The Study of the Interplay between Religion and Science,  Available online at: http://eugen.leit.org/tt/msg14667.html.
  7. Raymond, Ogunade (2000), "African Eschatology and the Future of the Cosmos", Journal of Arabic and Religious Studies,  in Journal of Arabic and Religious Studies 14; 1-8, University of Ilorin: Department of Religions.
  8. Raymond, Ogunade (2004), "Enviromental Issues in Yoruba Religion: Implications for Leadership and Society in Nigeria", Journal of Alore, 14: pp 180 - 191.
  9. Raymond Ogunade (2006), “The Concept of Ori in Relation to Human Destiny” in An Encyclopaedia of the Arts 10 (2); 127-134, Lagos State University: Faculty of Arts. Available online at: http://www.cardinetnigeria.com/lasu/arts/publications/contents/vol10num2.html
  10. Raymond Ogunade (2006), “Spirituality and Human Flourishing Among the Yoruba” in ORISUN: Journal of Religion and Human Values 4&5; 16-37, Olabisi Onabanjo University: Department of Religious Studies. Available online at: http://www.metanexus.net/conferences/pdf/conference2006/ogunade.pdf
  11. Raymond Ogunade (2003), “The Future of African Religion, Islam, Christianity and Science in Africa” in African Culture, Modern Science and Religious Thought P. Ade Dopamu and Raymond Ogunade, et al (eds.) 408-418. University of Ilorin: African Center for Religions and the Sciences. Available online at:  http://www.metanexus.net/magazine/tabid/68/id/7827/Default.aspx
  12. Raymond Ogunade (2002), “Secret Societies and Cultic Activities in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions: The Religious Implications”, in Leading Issues In General Studies: Humanities and Social Sciences E. Teju Jolayemi (ed.) 50-60. University of Ilorin: General Studies Division.
  13. Raymond Ogunade (2000), “The Role of Spirituality on Health, Fitness and Sports” in  Health and Fitness Journal 1 (1); 58-63, University of Ilorin: P.H.E.  Dept.
  14. Raymond Ogunade, (1995), “The Theologians as Socio-Political Radicals: The Nigerian Situation”, in Religious Challenges in Nigeria D.F. Asaju (ed.) 100-107. Lagos: Balifik Education Publishers.
  15. P. Ade Dopamu and Raymond Ogunade et, al. (eds.) (2003), African Culture, Modern Science and Religious Thoughts, University of Ilorin: African Center for Religions and Sciences.