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Contents : The Evangelical Review
of Theology and Politics Vol. 11, 2023

The Evangelical Review

of Theology & Politics

Volume 11, 2023

THE EVANGELICAL REVIEW OF THEOLOGY & POLITICS
VOL. 11, 2023

ARTICLES

Article: 2023-01
Stephen M. Vantassel,
‘The Problem of Scholastic Monoculture.’
(An Open Letter to the Academy).

Uploaded/Published : January 29, 2023 | ERTP Vol 11, 2023, pages, A1-4

Article: 2022-02
Oladosu Samson Bisi,
‘An Expository Analysis of the Bread of Life Metaphor
in John 6:35 and its Implication for Stomach Infrastructural
Taxonomy in Nigeria’

KEY WORDS
|| Starvation || Poverty || Socio-Political Agitations ||
|| Criminal Activities || Stomach Infrastructure || Stomach Infrastructural Taxonomy ||

ABSTRACT
In all human travails, starvation appears to be the most worrisome. As a Yoruba adage “Bi ebi ba ti kuro ninu ise, ise buse”. Translated literarily, it means whenever food is removed from problem of poverty, that poverty is defeated. It is no longer news that Nigeria in the contemporary times has become an amphitheater of socio-political agitations, culminating in all sorts of criminal activities such as armed robbery, kidnapping, ritual killings, internet fraud, prostitution and all sorts of social vices. Looking inwardly, however, starvation cannot be ruled out as the basis for such socio-political unrest because “a hungry man is an angry man”. While the political class are found wanting in providing conducive environment for comfort by their promise and fail attitudes, others have been engaging in what they termed, “stomach infrastructures” in Nigeria.  Since its inception in 2014, the rate at which stomach infrastructure is being rampantly engaged is no doubt becoming a taxonomy in Nigeria. This paper examines the historical background of the bread of life metaphor in John 6:35 and applies it in expositional form for the contemporary Nigerian context. Findings reveal that Jesus’ audience had been subjected to acute poverty by the powers that be and were desperate to survive by all means. The paper concludes that giving peanuts to citizens from our collective patrimony might be doing more harm than good to the peaceful co-existence of the Nigeria nation...

Uploaded/Published : January 29, 2023 | ERTP Vol 11, 2023, pages, A5-14

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