Religious and Cultural Studies
Naseri, Christopher. The Entry into Jerusalem According to the Gospel of Luke: A Critical and Historical Re-Examination. Verlag: Hamburg, 2011.
Naseri, Christopher Naseri-Mutiti. “Jesus as the Son of Man in the Gospels: An Interpretation.” American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities 3.4 (2013): 189-199.
Naseri, Christopher Naseri-Mutiti. “Jews have no Dealings with Samaritans: A Study of Relations between Jews and Samaritans at the Time of Jesus Christ.” LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research 11.2 (2014): 75-88.
Naseri, Christopher Naseri-Mutiti. “Religion and Terrorism: Identifying the Relationship.” Contemporary Journal of Arts and Science 1.2 (2015): 72-80.
Naseri, Christopher. “Christian Identity in the First Letter of Peter: An Exegesis of 1 Peter 2:11”. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences 6.10 (2016): 114-120.
Naseri, Christopher. “Challenges of Bible/Liturgical Translations in the Efik Language Group”. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 8.3 (2016): 67-82.
Naseri, Christopher. “Understanding the Anarthrous Predicate υἰὸς θεοῦ ‘Son of God’ in Mark 15:39”. European Journal of Social Sciences Studies 2.7 (2017): 174-185.
Naseri, Christopher. “Appreciating Recent Scholarly Interpretations of 1 Corinthians 15:8”. International Journal of African Catholicism 9.1 (2017): 130-146.
Naseri, Christopher, Patrick Bassey, Oluwafemi Owolo, “Biblical Paradigms for the Sustainable Use and Management of Natural Resources in Nigeria: Interpreting John 6:1-15 from an Eco-Theological Perspective”. International Journal of African Catholicism 9.1 (2017): 166-189.
Naseri, Naseri-Mutiti. “Discipleship in Luke 19:28-40: A Challenge to Contemporary Christians.” Koinonia 4.2 (2010): 1-20.
Naseri, Naseri-Mutiti. “The Four OT Women in Matthew’s Genealogy of Jesus.” Koinonia 5.2 (2011): 1-22.
Naseri, Naseri-Mutiti. “The Story of Zacchaeus: Vindication or Conversion? (Luke 19:1-10).” Nigerian Journal of Theology 26 (2012): 1-20.
Naseri, Christopher Naseri-Mutiti. “The Son of Man and His Mission to Save in Luke 19:10.” International Journal of Religion and Theology 2.1 (2013): 93-106.
Naseri, Christopher Naseri-Mutiti. “The Church, Parents and Teachers as Moral Educators of Children.” Koinonia 6.4 (2014): 41-54.
Naseri, Christopher. “Literal Sense of Scripture and the Trend of Biblical Preaching: A Quest for Convergence”. International Journal of Theology and Reformed Tradition 6 (2014): 1-15.
Naseri, Christopher Naseri-Mutiti. “The Encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan Woman in John 4:1-42: A Model for Christian Ecumenical Dialogue.” The Church in Nigeria and Ecumenical Question. Ed. Luke E. Ijezie, Stephen Audu and Agnes L. Acha, Lagos: Cathan Publication, 2015, 170-195.
Naseri, Christopher, Gilbert Alaribe. “Scholarly Interpretations of the Centurion’s Statement in Mark 15:39”. Social Forum: Journal of National Association of Social Educators 12.9 (2016): 156-164.
Naseri, Christopher. “The ‘Elect’ as ‘Resident Aliens’ and ‘Sojourners’ in 1 Peter 2:11”. Consecration and Vows in the Bible: Acts of the Catholic Biblical Association of Nigeria (CABAN). Ed. Bernard Ukwuegbu, Mary-Jerome Obiorah, Anthony Ewherido, Vincent Nyoyoko and Cletus Gotan. Port Harcourt: CABAN, 2016, 285-302.
Naseri, Christopher. “Patrine Christians as Strangers and the Globalization of Christianity: A Study of 1 Peter 1:1; 1:17; 2:9; and 2:11”. Nigerian Journal of Theology 31 (2017): 77-95.
Naseri, Christopher. “The Rule of Law as Condition for Sustainable Development: A Reflection on 1 Peter 2:13-17”. Koinonia 7.6 (2017), 1-18.
Naseri, Christopher. “Reading Luke 15:11-32 as the Parable of Mercy and Compassion”. Mercy and Justice in the Bible: Acts of the Catholic Biblical Association of Nigeria (CABAN). Ed. Bernard Ukwuegbu, Mary-Jerome Obiorah, Anthony Ewherido, Joseph Mamman. Port Harcourt: CABAN, 2017, 142-159.
Showing All Conferences Attended
|11. 29th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies (NABIS) on “Biblical Studies and Sustainable Development in Africa”. Venue: Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria. Date: July 5-8, 2016.|
Perspectives of biblical studies on Development and sustainability of Development in Africa
|Start: Tuesday 5th July, 2016|
End: Friday 8th July, 2016
|15. The 10th Annual Conference of the Catholic Biblical Association of Nigeria (CABAN) on “The Holy Spirit and Charisms in the Bible”. Venue: Bishop Moynach Hall, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Calabar. Date: October 24-27, 2017.|
The Conference explores the notion of Holy Spirit and Charisms in the Bible especially in the context of how the two are understood and experienced today especially in Nigeria
|Start: Tuesday 24th October, 2017|
End: Friday 27th October, 2017
|12. The 9th Annual Conference of the Catholic Biblical Association of Nigeria (CABAN) on “Mercy and Justice in the Bible”. Venue: Bishop Kelly Pastoral Centre, Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. |
The conference explores the notion of God's mercy and Justice, and the interaction between the two concepts in the bible
|Start: Tuesday 25th October, 2016|
End: Friday 28th October, 2016
|4. 29th Annual Theological Conference of the Catholic Theological Association of Nigeria (CATHAN) on “The Church in Nigeria and Ecumenical Question.” Venue: Divine Love Retreat and Conference Centre, Abuja, Nigeria.|
The attitude of the Church towards healing the division that exists among Christian Churches
|Start: Tuesday 22nd April, 2014|
End: Friday 25th April, 2014
|The 8th Annual Conference of the Catholic Biblical Association of Nigeria (CABAN) on “Consecration and Vows in the Bible”. Venue: Cardinal Ekandem Pastoral Centre, Ikot Ekepene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Date: October 27-30, 2015.|
The Biblical Concepts of Consecration and Vows
|Start: Tuesday 27th October, 2015|
End: Friday 30th October, 2015
|3. International Conference on “Listening from Africa: Her Context, Her Hope, and Her Potentials.” Venue: Pontifical Urban University, Rome, Italy|
he Context hope and potentials of Africa and the role Religion can play in harnessing the resources Africa represents
|Start: Monday 14th May, 2012|
End: Wednesday 16th May, 2012
|6. International Conference of the Society for Research and Academic Excellence, University of Nigeria Nsukka on “Repositioning Research in Arts and Social Sciences.” Venue: University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria|
Surveying Researches in the Arts and exploring the contributions of the to the Academic world
|Start: Monday 16th February, 2015|
End: Wednesday 18th February, 2015
|9. 31st Annual Theological Conference of the Catholic Theological Association of Nigeria (CATHAN) on “Theology and Ecological Issues”. Venue: Bishop Nwedo Pastoral Centre, Umuohia, Abia State, Nigeria.|
Theological inputs on the theme of ecology
|Start: Tuesday 29th March, 2016|
End: Friday 1st April, 2016
|1. International Conference on “The 40th Anniversary of the Second Vatican Council Decree on Mission Ad Gentes.” Venue: Pontifical Urban University Rome, Italy. |
The Spread of Christianity in the World and the Role the Church plays in this spread
|Start: Thursday 9th March, 2006|
End: Saturday 11th March, 2006
|2. International Conference on “The Bible among Cultures; Hermeneutics and Communication.” Venue: Pontifical Urban University, Rome, Italy.|
On the relationship between the Bible and Cultures
|Start: Thursday 10th May, 2007|
End: Friday 11th May, 2007
|14. 30th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies (NABIS) on “Biblical Studies and Economic Management in Africa”. Venue: Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria. |
Exploration of biblical incentives to improving the management of the African economy
|Start: Tuesday 4th July, 2017|
End: Saturday 8th July, 2017
|7. The 2015 Nida School of Translation Studies, Society of Biblical Literature, on “Leading Edges in Translation: World Literature and Performativity,” Venue: San Pellegrino University Foundation Campus, Missano Italy|
The effect of literary works on reality. Understanding written works in terms existential experience
|Start: Monday 18th May, 2015|
End: Friday 29th May, 2015
|5. First International Conference of Researchers International Network on “Perspectives in Religion, Terrorism and Development.” Venue: International Conference Centre, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria|
The relationship between religion and terrorism and the implications of both for Development
|Start: Monday 13th October, 2014|
End: Thursday 16th October, 2014