HomeLUMINAvol. 21 no. 2 (2010)

Religion, Morality, and the Realities of the Nigerian Experience

Christopher Agulanna

Discipline: Social, Theological, Philosophical, Anthropological, Natural and Applied Sciences



The paper’s particular emphasis was placed on finding out whether the practice of religion has made Nigerians better human beings or, otherwise, has helped dismember the social fabric that held the people together. It takes a critical look at religious resurgence among Nigerians to find out whether such awakening is complemented by a life of virtue among believers.