For long to have faith, within the religious context, is to believe in someone (God) or something (God’s power to ‘save’) without questioning (or doubting) his ways mostly interpreted to you by his (anointed) servants (pastors, priests). However, there seems ...Read more
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Some People may say the Constitution keeps changing but since the Promulgation of the New constitution, it hasn’t changed much. Just few amendments which can easily be translated too. I believe there are many Kenyans who haven’t been able to ...Read more
Rastafarian culture is full of wisdom and truth. Its reggae music has the vibe that can never be forgotten. Even if you don’t like it your body moves with the rhythm. Do you believe in the Rastafarian? Do you like ...Read more
In Gambian culture as well as many other African cultures, the myth of virginity and hymens has an effect in the sex lives of both women and men. The cultural expectations – religion playing a role in it -of women ...Read more
Are we, for example, post-religion (or post-marriage, etc.)? I ask this question because of: – – rising cases of anomie – rising cases of divorce – rising cases of deviant/self-destructive/maladaptive behaviour esp. among the youth Taking religion for example – ...Read more
Will it be right to say or concede that one of our biggest problem that hinder our development as a continent is religion?
The issue of forbidden marriages in the bible, especially to relatives is not clear. For example, Leviticus forbids a man to marry his aunt, but not a woman to marry her uncle. Do you think Jacob committed incest by marrying his cousins Leah and ...Read more