Caleb Alu

Caleb Alu
Adventist University of Africa | AUA · biblical studies

Masters of Art in Biblical & Theological Studies (Old Testament)

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October 2016 - December 2017
Best Legacy College of Education. Ogbomoso, Nigeria
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Teaching courses in biblical languages, ethics, Old Testament (Pentateuch & Prophet), New Testaments (Acts & Pauline)

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Publications (9)
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It is undebatable that Christians and Bible scholars accept the Bible as the uniting point for all – as a source and reference point. However, the approach to interpretation – how they see and read the Bible – divides them. The review of literalist and fundamentalist interpretative approaches based on their identifying tag reveals their convergent...
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Abstract Africans are good in oral transmission of truth and knowledge, which enhance a very powerful use of Proverbs and adage. Surprisingly, African Proverbs have been neglected in Biblical Hermeneutic discourse on this continent. The paper is aim to recall our attention to the important value of Proverbs in the knowledge of the Bible and tends t...
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This article studies the effects and sources of conflict on today’s business. The authors considered biblical guidelines and how effective it is to resolving conflict in a business organization. The results suggest that, if the channel of grievances is established and fair hearing is conducted then the parties in conflict can easily resolve thei...
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Abstract: The identity of the woman in Revelation 12: 1-6 is apparently shrouded in a symbolism that is consistent with apocalyptic literature. This has, however, engendered scholarly debates as a result of divergent views on the issue. There is also lack of unanimity in hermeneutical approaches. The study attempts to refute or affirm certain in...
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The identity of the woman in Revelation 12: 1-6 is apparently shrouded in a symbolism that is consistent with apocalyptic literature. This has, however, engendered scholarly debates as a result of divergent views on the issue. There is also lack of unanimity in hermeneutical approaches. The study attempts to refute or affirm certain interpretati...

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