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Catholic Priest, Kizito Chike Osudibia, Speaks Against Religious Violence in Hard-Hitting Book

“Religion and the Global Resurgence of Violence: Connection of the Abrahamics” is a thought-provoking and captivating book that discusses violence, its causes and outcome, and what the Abrahamics can help to totally eradicate this global problem

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All violence flows from the same source … the need for power. Power is the only true morality … the only deathless god, and the appetite for violence is its only commandment.”

Violence all over the world is increasing day by day and the author, Kizito Chike Osudibia firmly believes that the global resurgence of violence can come to a halt only if the leaders of the Abrahamic religions, which are the monotheistic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, set the pace in calling for peace. In his book, he explains that these three faiths all look to the same root: Abraham. Together as one, they can more forward and toward achieving peace.
For individuals who are advocates of peace, this is the book they are waiting for. This valuable book will be on display at the 2018 New York Rights Fair come May 30, 2018.
Religion and the Global Resurgence of Violence: Connection of the Abrahamics
Author: Kizito Chike Osudibia
Published by: Author House
Published Date: November 11, 2016
Paperback Price: $21.71

About the Author (2016)
Kizito Chike Osudibia is a priest of the Catholic Church. Currently, he is pastor of Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The author, who is a scholar and pastor, holds a BPhil (1989), a BTh (1993), an MA in political science (2010), and a doctorate degree in civil and organizational leadership (2015). He has confidence that ideas change, rule, and sustain the world of change. Hence, the idea that the Abrahamic religions, numbering more than half of the world’s population, can bring enduring peace to the globe is, for him, a desideratum. His arguments speak for themselves in this book. Among his published books are “Nigeria: The Case of Fragmentation” (1995), “Challenges to the Fourth Republic: Nigerian Connexion” (2001), and “Revolution: A Dangerous Option for Nigeria” (2004).

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