Dr. O.O Berekiah



 

 

 

 

BEREKIAH, Olugbemiro Olusegun 

 

Academic and Professional Qualifications

Dip(Religious), B.A, M.A, PhD

 

Lecturer II

 

Area of Specialisation

 

 

Office

Department of Religious Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

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Research Projects/Activities

 

In Progress

  1. BEREKIAH Olugbemiro Olusegun: AS A MEANS OF REGULATING HUMAN BEHAVIOUR IN ANCIENT ISRAEL AND INDIGENOUS YORUBA CULTURE. Ph.D Studies in the Department of Religious Studies, University of Ibadan

 

Dissertation and Thesis

  1. "The Christology of Justin Martyr" A project work for the award of Diploma in Theology of Immanuel College of Theology, Samonda, Ibadan, in affiliation with the University of Ibadan, Ibadan.
  2. "Evolution and Biblical Account of Creation (Areas of Compatibility and Divergence)" A Long Essay in the Department of Religious Studies, University of Ibadan, in partial fulfilment for the award of Bachelor of Arts Degree of the University of Ibadan
  3. "Biblical Creation Account in Genesis Chapters One and Two - An Exegetical Interpretation and Analysis" A Dissertation in the Department of Religious Studies, University of Ibadan, in partial fulfilment for the award of Masters of Arts Degree of the University of Ibadan.

 

Publications

  1. Berekiah, O. O. 2007. The Deuteronomist Perspective on the Effects of the Corruption of Worship on the Israelite Society - A Lesson for the Contemporary Nigerian Society  Eds. Abogunrin, S.O et.al. Biblical Studies And Corruption in Africa:Biblical Studies Series No. 6; Ibadan, Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies.
  2. Berekiah, O. O. 2009: AN EXEGETICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF THE  Nh'ko ("kohen" -Priest) IN MALACHI 2:7 IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF RELIGIOUS PEDAGOGY IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA In Orita, Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies XLI/1 June 2009
  3. Atowoju, A. A. & Berekiah O.O. 2009: Covenant concept as a means of regulating human actions that are detrimental to the ecological balance and the environment in ancient Israel in African perspective Eds. C. U. Manus et.al. Biblical Studies And Environmental Issues in Africa:NABIS WEST Biblical Studies Series No.1; Ibadan, Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies.
  4. Berekiah, O. O. 2010 The everlasting covenant  [ MlfwO( tyrIb;@ (berit 'olam)] and its bearing on human responsibility for maintaining ecological balance - a tradition critical analysis of Isaiah 24:5  evaluated from Yoruba indigenous religious perspective.