Joseph Ogbonnaya
Joseph Ogbonnaya, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Joseph Ogbonnaya (Ph.D., University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto, 2011), specializes in Lonergan’s philosophy and Theology, World Christianity and Theology and Development. His current research interest is in Theology, Modernity and Postmodernity, African philosophy and Theology, constructing theology for World Christianity. His articles have appeared in Association of Catholic Universities and Higher Institutes of Africa and Madagascar [ACUHIAM Journal], International Journal of African Catholicism, Irish Theological Quarterly, Toronto Journal of Theology, The Ecumenist: A Journal of Theology, Culture and Society, HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies, Australian EJournal of Theology, Journal of Inculturation Theology and chapters in edited books. He has previously published these books: Lonergan, Social Transformation and Sustainable Human Development (2013), African Catholicism and Hermeneutics of Culture (2014). He coedited Christianity and Culture Collision (2016) and The Church as Salt and Light (2011). Forthcoming (2017) is his book Culture and World Christianity: African Christian Perspectives.

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