Dr. S. O. Okanlawon

S.O. Okanlawon|arts.ui.edu.ng|University of Ibadan

 

 

 

 

Samuel Oluwatosin OKANLAWON

 

Academic and Professional Qualifications

B.A(Hons), M.A, PhD (Ib)

 

Lecturer II

 

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Department of Religious Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

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In Progress

 

Dissertation and Thesis

  1. “The Lucan View of Jesus as Saviour and its Implications in Ajeromi-Ifelodun Local Government Area, Lagos State”. A Dissertation in the Department of Religious Studies, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, in partial fulfillment for the Award of Masters of Arts Degree of the University of Ibadan.

 

Publications

  1. Okanlawon, Samuel O. (2009). “Hermeneutical Implications of Lucan View of the Saviour for the Church in Africa”, Orita: Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies, Vol XLI, No1, June, pp 139-150 (Nigeria).
  2. Okanlawon, Samuel O. (2009). “Physical Healing and the Atonement: A Biblical Evaluation”, Africa Journal of Biblical Studies, Vol XXXII, No 2, October, pp.165-190 (Nigeria).
  3. Okanlawon, Samuel O. (2010). “John the Baptist’s Message of Repentance: A Model for the Rebranding Nigerian Campaign”. Africa Journal of Biblical Studies, Vol XXVII, No1, April, pp. 29-47 (Nigeria).
  4. Okanlawon Samuel O. (2009). “The Hermeneutics of Pauline Ecology and the Environmental Issues in the Niger Delta: A Biblical Synthesis”. A Paper Presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies (16 pages of A4 size).
  5. Okanlawon, Samuel O. (2010). “John the Baptist’s Message of Repentance: A Model for the Rebranding Campaign”. A paper Presented at the 2nd Bi-annual Conference of the Western Zone of Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies (15 pages of A4 size).
  6. Okanlawon, Samuel O. (2009). “The Church in the Apostolic Period as an Agent of Socio-Religions Transformation: Implications for the Church in Nigeria. A Paper Presented at the 23rd Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies (18 pages of A4 size).