“The present work on FORMATION, THE CATHOLIC PRIESTHOOD AND THE MODERN AGE: Festschrift in Honour of Rev. Fr. Anselm Jimoh Edited by Francis E. Ikhianosime and Gregory E. Ogbenika, is a realization of one of the greatest dreams of our time- the dream of keeping the fascination of the centrality of God in priestly formation alive and attractive even in modern times. [This work], therefore, beats the drum for this harvest of thoughts from the best minds you can ever imagine. It contains a college of perceptions crystallized as a thought contribution by various authors, which will survive the physical structures of generations yet to come. [This work] sounds the drum for a piece by productive academics whose productivity is marked by happy versatility, rich variety, unfailing originality, consistent incisiveness, high voltage reasoning, limpidity of style and unwavering logic.”
Rev. Fr. Prof. Kanu, Ikechukwu Anthony, OSA
Dept. of Philosophy and Religious Studies,
Tansian University, Nigeria.
Francis E. IKHIANOSIME is a Formator and Lecturer at the Seminary of All Saints, Uhiele-Ekpoma where he teaches philosophy at the department of philosophy. His research interest are epistemology, metaphysics and contemporary philosophy. He is the author of the book On Marriage and Family Life: Issues of Today, Hope for Tomorrow (2016). He is a Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Auchi.
Gregory E. OGBENIKA holds a Ph.D in Philosophy from the Pontifical Urban University, Rome. He is a Formator, Lecturer and currently the Head of Department of Philosophy, Seminary of All Saints, Ekpoma, Edo State. He is widely published and the author of A Discourse on Democracy: Western and African Perspective (2019). He specializes in social-political philosophy and African Philosophy. He is a Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Auchi.