Theory of Social Involvement examines the dynamic interplay between church, state, and society. Sunday A. Aigbe considers the Christian factor as it relates to the sociopolitical responsibility and development in Nigeria. The study assesses the role of the church as well as identifies and develops ways in which Christianity can serve as an agent of change and promote unity within Nigeria.
Sunday A. Aigbe, PhD, MPA, taught anthropology and African studies courses at the Metropolitan State University of Denver and at the Denver Seminary before relocating to Bowie, Maryland, where he teaches graduate courses in organizational management and development at Bowie State University. He has held positions in the public and private sectors in Colorado and Washington, DC. He is the author of many publications, including the book, A Template for Life (2014).
The Assemblies of God in Nigeria: Spirituality and Socio-Political Realities The Prophetic Movement and the Nation of Israel in the Old Testament The Prophetic Dimension and the Wholistic Church in the New Testament Socio-Political Problems Facing Nigeria: 1960 to the Present A Cultural Analysis of the Problem Areas in the Nigerian Democracy The Church's Prophetic Role in Nigeria Agenda for the Future