Volume Eight, Issue II
Welcome to the Volume Eight, Issue II that has 9 articles
The article on Comparing the level of working collaboration in treatment between in person and e-counseling among selected therapists during the Covid-19 Pandemic in Nairobi County, Kenya, sought to compare the level of working collaboration in treatment between in person and e-counseling among selected therapists during the Covid 19 pandemic in Nairobi County, Kenya.
The article on Deontological versus teleological views of deception in medical research, sought to find out whether deceiving participants is acceptable and how deception actually compromises the respect for persons. Arguments for or against deception in research usually anchor on either deontological or teleological reasons.
The article on Homosexuality and Spirituality: A digital age missiological dilemma for the Anglican Church in Uganda, sought to find out if spirituality and homosexuality is a digital missiological dilemma of the Anglican Church in Uganda.
The article on Jesus’ teaching on the poor widow in Mark 12:41-44: Towards a contextual reading of the text in relation to the church’s teaching on giving, sought to find out whether the generosity of the poor widow should be taken as an occasion for praise as it has been traditionally held or for lament, as some scholars have suggested.
The article on Local variables describing poverty and wellbeing among residents of Kibra slum; Nairobi, Kenya, presents a contextual definition of poverty derived from research conducted in 2022 by the author among the residents of Kibra slum in Nairobi Kenya.
The article on Modernism and Covid-19 Pandemic: A comparative reading of pathology in Corona Virus pandemic and contemporary African prose, interrogates the pathological consequences of modernism with regards to the Covid-19 pandemic and selected works of prose fiction. It cross-examines the impact of modernism and its role in the genesis, transmission and accentuation of mental illness through the modern state and mechanization of humanity in the Covid-19 pandemic, Farah’s Close Sesame (1983) and Chikwava’s Harare North (2009).
The article on Covid-19 Pandemic and the Church in Kenya in the Context of Modern Information Communication Technology, discusses the positive and negative effects of Covid-19 on the church, socially, economically, and spiritually and explores solutions of Covid-19 and other pandemics on the church in the era of ICT.
The article on Why Must a Woman Be Silent? A Liberative Reading of I Timothy 2:12 for Gender Equity in Church Leadership in Nigeria, employs a liberative interpretation of I Timothy 2:12 to address the exclusion of women from church leadership within mainline churches in Nigeria, where this paper is contextualized.
The article on Conspiracy Theories, Community Radio, and Uptake of COVID-19 Preventive Behaviors in Kenya. A Case of SIFA FM, shows how conspiracy theories and radio communication influenced the uptake of COVID-19 preventive measures in two SIFA FM station audiences, in Voi and Marsabit.
Vol. 8 No. II (2023): African Multidisciplinary Journal of Research