Introduction: Intersections and Inter-Influences of Media, Religion, and Politics by Bellarmine Ezumah
Chapter 1: The History of The Major Religions in Africa and Religious Colonialism by Charles Ebelebe.
Chapter 2: Islamic Intellectuals and The Quest for Reform in Nigeria: An Analytical Discourse by Acheme Ramson.
Chapter 3: Normative Theoretical Analyses of Religion, Media, and Politics in Nigeria by Olunifesi Suraj.
Chapter 4: Global Conflicts: The Direct Connection to Sustained Religious Conversion Campaign by Chika Okpalike,
Chapter 5: Media as The New Areopagus: Proposing Theological Truth to Media’s Manufacture of Consent by Ayodele Ayeni.
Chapter 6: Religion, Politics, and Freedom of Religion in Contemporary Conflict Resolution by Chukwuemeka Nwosu.
Chapter 7: Political and Religious Literacy: How Media Illiteracy Placed Sub-Sahara Africa in A Disadvantaged Position by Acheme Ramson.
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