African Christianity and Problems of Religious Ambiguity
T. O. Ebhomienlen, C. A. Ogah
The aim of this study is to identity the prevailing religious inconsistencies and the problems of ambiguity in the contemporary African churches with a view to finding ameliorative solution to them. Adopting historical, oral interview, theological narratives and phenomenological techniques, the study is out to expose various Christian heresies, errors, inconsistencies and syncretism which consequently generate myriad problems of ambiguity. The study goes further, in its research, to highlight the ailing problems and proffers solutions that would eventually reduce the religious ambiguity to give room for the pure and true propagation for the undiluted gospel of Christ.