Emmanuel Williams Udoh, obtained his first degree, a Bachelor of Divinity (BD) degree from the University of Jos and the Theological College of Northern Nigeria (an affiliate of the University of Calabar) in 1997; M.A (2005) and Ph.D (2017) from the University of Calabar. My area of specialization is in Comparative Religion.
Publications include the following:
1. Udoh, Emmanuel Williams Udoh. (2017) “A Comparative Examination of Issues of Religion and Culture in Africa.”
American Journal of Social Issues and Humanities. 7 (1), pp66-75.
Local Journal Papers:
2. Udoh, Emmanuel Williams. (2017) “The Issues of Contention Between Religion and Culture in Africa: A
Comparative Analysis.” LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies”; 8 (2), pp114-125
3. Udoh, Emmanuel Williams. (2017) “The Problem of Evil Against the Omnipotence and the Goodness of God.”
LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies: 5 (2), pp66-83
4. Ekpenyong, Obo E. and Udoh, Emmanuel W. (2014) “Conflict Management: The Contribution of the Christian
Church.” LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies: 5 (2), pp27-48
5. Ekpenyong, Obo E. and Udoh, Emmanuel W. (2014) “Theism in Christianity, Islam and Sikhism: A Comparative
Analysis.” LEAJON: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 5 (2), pp73-79.
* (i) Member, National Association of Science, Humanities and Education Research
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|Faculties of Arts/Humanities Association of Nigerian Universities International Conference|
The Conference theme was "The Arts/Humanities: Past, Present, and Future. The conference was motivated by the concern that the Arts/Humanities have been experiencing in the past till the present, the questioning of their contributions to national development in a world where the emphasis is on technological innovations to drive the economy. The conference took place at the University of Calabar. It attracted key speakers and participants from other parts of Africa.
|Start: Monday 9th April, 2018|
End: Friday 13th April, 2018
|National Conference on Religion, Security and Economy in Africa|
The Conference took place at Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri. It discussed issues relating to religion, security and Economy as they affect African Countries.
|Start: Monday 22nd May, 2017|
End: Wednesday 24th May, 2017
No Results for Grants/Awards Received