Professor Ayegboyin I.D.

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Name:              AYEGBOYIN, Isaac Deji

Status:            Professor

 

Publication:

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    1. Deji Ayegboyin and Ademola Ishola, (1997). African Indigenous Churches: Historical Perspectives, Lagos: Greater Heights Publishers. (I wrote Chpts 1-13 and Chpt.17 and compiled the Index). Internet edition: http://www.irr.org/African-indigenous-churches-ntro.html. (hosted  by Institute for Religious Research, Grand Rapids, www.irr.org  
    2. Deji Ayegboyin, (1997 Reprint 1999). “The Origin and Development of Religion” in G. Aderibigbe and D. Ayegboyin (eds.), Religion: Study and Practice, Lagos and Ibadan: Olu-Akin Publishers, (I wrote Chapter Two)-  pp 16-38 and edited only  Chpts. 1, and 4. 
    3. Deji Ayegboyin, (1998). “Women in Nigerian Baptist Convention: Pace-Setters for Men in Missions” in Protus Kemdirim and Amba Oduyoye (eds ) Women, Culture and Theological Education, Enugu: West African Association of Theological Institutions (WAATI) Publications, pp.139-158.     
    4. Suberu, Mala, and Ayegboyin (1999). “Religious Organisations” in Oyeleye Oyediran and Adigun, B. Agbaje (eds) Nigeria: Politics of Transition and Governance 1986-1996, Dakar: CODESRIA pp.25-46. (I supplied the write-up on the Christian Organisations and Traditional Religious Institutions pp.28-32).   
    5. Deji Ayegboyin (2000). Unity in the Body of Christ The Nigerian Experience” An Overview” in Ademola  Ishola and Deji Ayegboyin, (eds.)  Re-discovering and Fostering Unity    in the Body of Christ: The Nigerian Experience, Wellspring and Africa Theological Fellowship (ATF) Publications. Listed in Regnum Africa, Akrofi-Christaller Memorial Centre Books, Akwapem; Akropong, – (See Evidence Attached). In this joint edited work, I edited the three articles in the Historical and Theological Overview Section, I edited all but two articles (pp.112-118, 131-140) in section Two. I also edited all the articles in the  third  section namely contributions from Associations.
    6. *Deji Ayegboyin (2004). “Pricilla and Aquila Paradigm in Church Growth” in Deji Ayegboyin and Wale Moronkola (eds.), Godly Family as an Instrument for Church Growth,  Ibadan: Royal People  (pp. 128-134).  
    7. *Deji Ayegboyin, (2004). The Synoptics: Introductory Notes on the Gospels according to Matthew, Mark and Luke, Ibadan: Daystar, (pp 148) *(viii)      Deji Ayegboyin (2005). “Asceticism” in Stanley Burgess (ed) The Encyclopedia of Pentecostalism and Charismatic Christianity, (A Berkshire Reference Work). New York & London: Routledge, pp. 44-46.  
    8. *Deji Ayegboyin and Akpenpuun Dzurgba, (2005) “Theological Education in Nigerian Universities: An Evaluation of its Spiritual Value in E. Martey, P. Kemdirim and Deji Ayegboyin (eds.) Spirituality and Theological Education in West Africa (Accra:  WAATI Publications) pp. 78-92.
    9. Deji Ayegboyin (1990). “The Baptist Mission Factor in the Development of Ogbomoso: A Synopsis”, Religious Review: Christo-Lasu A Journal of the Department of Religious Studies, Lagos State University, Vol. 1 (1), pp. 39-50.
  2.          Area of Specialization:          Church History          
  3.          Research Interests:              Church History