Religious Perspectives on Combatting Corruption
October 30, 2018 | Grantee Publications | On Nigeria
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In a pair of publications, the Lux Terra Leadership Foundation explores theological perspectives on corruption from Islamic and Christian traditions, the two most common religious affiliations in Nigeria. Islam and the Challenge of Corruption, produced in partnership with the Islamic Education Trust, discusses what Islamic texts and philosophy reveal about how and why to fight corruption, and Christianity and the Challenges of Corruption makes the case for Nigerian Christians to examine the ways their faith calls them to fight corruption and re-orient values to prioritize it. The Lux Terra Leadership Foundation, a MacArthur grantee, works to mobilize faith-based groups in Nigeria to combat corruption and advocate for social justice.

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