My Publications
Articles
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Celibacy and the Bible Jos Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 50-63
O. OLAJUBU (1990)
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Women Awareness and Leadership Structure in the Church in Nigeria in African Journal of Biblical Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 15-24
O. OLAJUBU (1991)
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The Importance of the Family Unit in Nation Building: The Biblical Perspective in Journal of Biblical Studies, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 150-156
O. OLAJUBU (1992)
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Christianity and Social Change: Womens Perspective in Center Point-Humanities Edition, Vol. 5, No. 2, University of Ilorin, pp. 17-29
O. OLAJUBU (1995)
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Marriage and the Saving Grace of the Lords Supper in Journal of Arabic and Religious Studies, University of Ilorin, Vol. 12, pp.70-74
O. OLAJUBU (1995)
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African Traditional Religion and the Nigerian People: The Status of the Divinities Revisited in Research in Yoruba Language and Literature, Technicians of the Sacred, Burbank, U. S. A. Pp. 21-24
O. OLAJUBU (1996)
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Welfarism, Widows and Worship in Nigeria: A Christian Perspective in Nigerian Journal of Social Work Education, Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, pp. 71-76
O. OLAJUBU (1997)
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Christ, Women and Culture: Model for the African Society in African Ecclessia Review (AFER), Vol. 40, No. 3, Gaba Publication, Eldoret, Kenya, pp. 183-189
O. OLAJUBU (1998)
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The Influence of Yoruba Command Language on Prayers, Music and Worship in African Christianity in Journal of African Cultural Studies, Vol. 14, No. 2, London, pp. 173-181
O. OLAJUBU (2001)
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Reconnecting with the Waters: JOHN 9: 1-11 IN Habel, C. and BalaBanski, V. (eds.)The Earth Story in the New Testament, Vol. 5, London: Sheffield Academic Press, pp. 108-121
O. OLAJUBU (2002)
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A Conceptual Analysis of Leadership Structures in Yoruba Religion and Christianity in Nigeria in Dialogue & Alliance, Vol. 16, No. 1, New York: Inter Religious andInternational Federation for World Peace, pp. 52-61;reprinted in Dialogue & Alliance Vol. 18, No. 2,2004/2005, pp. 27-36
O. OLAJUBU (2002)
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The Place of Susan Wengers Art in Yoruba Religion: A Preliminary Survey in Ijele: Art E-Journal of African World, ISSN 1525-447x, issue 5.
O. OLAJUBU (2002)
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Proclaiming the Lordship of Jesus in a Religious Pluralistic Africa in African Journal of Biblical Studies, Vol. XIX, No. 1 (April), pp. 1-15, a publication of the Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies
O. OLAJUBU (2003)
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Christianity Among the Yoruba in Kwara State, Nigeria in Neue Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft, Luzern (Modern Journal of Mission Studies)Switzerland, 59 - 2003/2, pp. 103-115
O. OLAJUBU (2003)
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Feminism in Christianity: An Issue of Reconceptualization or Recontextualization? In Gender Discourse, Vol. 1, No. 1, University of Ilorin, pp. 173-179
O. OLAJUBU (2004)
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Seeing from a Womans Eye: Yoruba Religious Tradition and Gender Relations in Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Harvard Divinity School, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 41-60
O. OLAJUBU (2004)
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Review of Religions in Eastern Africa Under Globalization (eds.)Jesse N. K. Mugambi and Mary N. Getui, Nairobi: Acton Publishers in African Association for the Study of Religions Bulletin, No. 23, May 2005, pp. 44-48
O. OLAJUBU (2005)
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Gender and Religion: Gender and African Religious Traditions in (ed. In chief)Lindsay Jones Encyclopaedia of Religion, 2nd Edition, New York: Thomson Gale, pp. 3400-3406
O. OLAJUBU (2005)
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Wenger, Susan (1916-2009)Yoruba Art, and the Oshogbo Sacred Grove in (ed. In chief)Bron R. Taylor Encyclopaedia of Religion and Nature, New York: Rutledge, pp. 1724-1725
O. OLAJUBU (2005)
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The Documentation and Propagation of Ifa Corpus and the Challenge of Modern Information Technology: The Internet as a Focus in ORITA-Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies, Vol. 38/1&2, June & December, pp. 153-165
O. OLAJUBU (2006)
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The Christian and a Corrupt Government in S. O. Abogunrin (General Editor)et al Biblical Studies and Corruption in Africa, Biblical Studies Series No. 6, Ibadan: A Publication of Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies, pp. 412-433
O. OLAJUBU (2007)
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A Review of Spirit, Structure, and Flesh: Gendered Experiences in African Instituted Churches among the Yoruba of Nigeria by D. H. Crumbley in African Association for the Study of Religions-AASR Bulletin, No. 31, December, pp. 28-29.
O. OLADEMO (2009)
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Women, Pentecostalism, and Public Life in Nigeria In ORITA-Ibadan Journal of Religious Studies, Vol XLI/1 June, pp. 151-164
O. OLADEMO (2009)
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A Critical Appraisal of Recent Trends in the Teaching of Religious Studies in Nigerian Universities in RELIGION, Volume 41, Issue 2: ROUTLEDGE, pp. 169-174
O. OLADEMO (2011)
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Healing and Women Healers in Yoruba Religion and African Christianity in Ilorin Journal of Religious Studies (IJOURELS)Volume 2, No. 1, University of Ilorin, pp. 53-64
O. OLADEMO (2012)
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Publish or Perish: Academic Publishing, Grant Writing and Job Market in Nigeria African Association for the Study of Religions (AASR)Bulletin 41, November 2014 pp. 33-36
O. OLADEMO (2014)
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A Historical and Theoretical Background to Theological Education for Women in Africa in Igbaja Journal of Theology Vol. 1, No. 1, Igbaja Theological Seminary Igbaja, Nigeria, pp. 1-16
O. OLADEMO (2014)
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Women, Religion and Health Policy in a Nigerian Community Oguaa, a Journal of Religion and Human Values, University of Cape Coast, Ghana Volume 4, 42-53 (ISSN: 2026-6340)https://www.amazon.com/Department-of-Religion-and-Human-Values-UCC/e/B01FM6JK84
O. OLADEMO (2018)
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Religion and Gender Construct in Work Place Relations in Africa Kashere Journal of Christian Studies, Department of Religious Studies, Federal University of Kasheree, Gombe State: 16-28
O. OLADEMO (2019)
Online Articles
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The Place of Susan Wengers Art in Yoruba Religion: A Preliminary Survey in Ijele, E-Journal of African World, ISBN-1525 447x, issue 5. www.ijele.com
O. OLAJUBU (2002)
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A Socio-Cultural Analysis of Yoruba Women and the Re-imagining of Christianity in Feminist Theology, Vol. 16, pp. 312-323 www.feministtheology.com
O. OLAJUBU (2008)
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New Dimensions in Nigerian Womens Pentecostal Experience: The Case of DODIM, Nigeria in Journal of World Christianity, Vol. 5, No 1, pp. 62-74 www.journalofworldchristianity.org
O. OLADEMO (2012)
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Book Review of Cox, James L. The Invention of God in Indigenous Societies Journal for the Study of the Religions of Africa and its Diaspora, Vol 1, Number 1, ISSN: 2311-5661: 65-73 www.a-asr.org
O. OLADEMO (2015)
Books
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Women in the Yoruba Religious Sphere. New York: Suny Press, ISBN 0-7914-5886-5
O. OLAJUBU (2003)
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Gender in Yoruba Oral Traditions. Lagos: Concept Publications Limited for CBAAC-Centre for Black Arts and Civilization, ISBN-978-978-8406-24-2
O. OLADEMO (2009)
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Women and New and Africana Religions. Denver, Colorado: Praeger, ISBN 78-0-275-99156-2 (Hardcover), ISBN-978-0-313-08272-6 (ebook).
LILLIAN ASHCRAFT-EASON, DARNISE C. MARTIN, OYERONKE OLADEMO (Eds.) (2010)
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The Church, Society and Nation Building. Lagos: Concept Publication
F. FALAKO, O. OLADEMO, and O. OLADUNJOYE (eds.) (2015)
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Biblical Studies and Socio- Political Issues in the Nigerian Context-A Festschrift for The Right Reverend James Adedayo Oladunjoye. Lagos: Concept Publications
F. FALAKAO, O. OLADEMO, O. OLADUNJOYE and A. DAIRO (eds.) (2017)
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David O. Ogungbile and Oyeronke Olademo Religion, Environment and Sustainable Development in Africa Published by African Association for the study of Religions, 2020
David O. Ogungbile and Oyeronke Olademo (2020)
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O. Olademo 2022
Chapter in Books
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21st Century African Christianity: an Era of Womens Liberation in African Ecclesiology in Proceedings of the First International Conference on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora: Bridges Across Activism and the Academy, Vol. 9, pp. 291-300, published by the Association of African Women Scholars, Indiana University, Indianapolis, U. S. A.
O. OLAJUBU (1993)
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The Role of Women in the New Testament as Service to Humanity in R. D. Abubakre et al (ed.) Religion and Service to Humanity. NASR Publication, pp. 138-145
O. OLAJUBU (1993)
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African Concept of God in Religious Understanding in Nigeria. Published by the Nigerian Association for the Study of Religions-NASR, pp. 266-277
O. OLAJUBU (1993)
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The Effect of Taboos on the Health of African Women: The Yoruba Experience in Women in the Commonwealth of God. Published by the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians, Accra-Ghana, pp. 124-135
O. OLAJUBU (1997)
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Culture as an Empowering Tool in Africa: A Feminist Perspective in Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives in Nigerian Studies. Ilorin: Nathadex Publishers, pp. 59-70
O. OLAJUBU (1998)
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Women and Power Structure in Africa in African Culture, Modern Science and Religious Thought. African Center for Religions and Sciences (ACRS), Ilorin, Nigeria, pp. 642-651
O. OLAJUBU (2003)
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Traditional Healers and Alternative Medicine in Kwara State in Hassan A. Saliu (ed.) Nigeria Under Democratic Rule (1999-2003) Vol. 2, Ibadan: University Press PLC, pp. 230-236
O. OLAJUBU (2005)
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Celibacy and the Bible in Africa in (ed.) D. T. Adamo Reading in African Biblical Studies. Maryland: University Press of America, pp. 210-221
O. OLAJUBU (2006)
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Women and the Politics of Church Leadership Mercy Amba Oduyoye (ed.) Women in Religion and Culture: Essays in Honour of Constance Buchanan. Ibadan, Nigeria: Sefer, 2007, pp. 128-145
O. OLAJUBU (2007)
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A Social-Cultural Analysis of Celibacy Among the Yoruba: Oyo Alafins Servants as a Case Study in (ed.) Carl Olson Celibacy and Religious Traditions. New York: Oxford Press, p. 275-285.
O. OLAJUBU (2008)
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CTH 692-Theology of African Traditional Religion Course Developer/Writer, National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos. ISSN: 978-058-652-0, www.nou.edu.ng
O. OLAJUBU (2008)
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Water Heritage and the Sustainability of the Environment: The Nigerian Experience in (ed.) Takeshi Kimura Religion, Science and Sustainability. Japan, Osaka: Union Press, pp. 219-230.
O. OLADEMO (2008)
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Christian Women Leaders in Contemporary Nigerian Polity: The Challenges. In (eds.) S. O. Abogunrin et al Biblical Studies Leadership in Africa. Published by The Nigerian Association for Biblical Studies (NABIS), pp. 469-475
O. OLADEMO (2009)
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Women and the Politics of Church Leadership: Action for Change in Pedagogy: The Church, Leadership and Theological Education in Africa A Book in Honour of Professor Emeritus Osadolor Imasogie, Ibadan: Nigerian Baptist Convention, pp. 136-146
O. OLADEMO (2009)
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Religion and Womens Sexuality in Africa: The Intersection of Power and Vunerability in L. Ashcraft-Eason, D. C. Martin and O. Olademo (eds.) Women and New and Africana Religions. Santa Barbara: PRAEGER, pp. 191-204
O. OLADEMO (2010)
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Women Empowerment and Pentecostal Experience In (eds.) D. O. Ogungbile and A. E. Akinade Creativity And Change in Nigerian Christianity Lagos: Malthouse Press Limited, pp. 161-171
O. OLADEMO (2010)
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Church and State in Western Africa in The Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 238-239
O. OLADEMO (2010)
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Gender and the Environment in Yoruba Religion: A Focus on Water Bodies in (eds.) K. Opoku-Agyemang Culture, Science and Sustainable Development in Africa. Refereed papers from the First University Of Cape Coast and University of Ilorin Joint nternational Conference, UCC Press, pp. 155-165
O. OLADEMO (2011)
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Writing a Literature Review in (ed) Z. I. Oseni et al Writing Up Research- Current Trends in the Humanities Published by the Faculty of Arts, University of Ilorin, pp. 61-73
O. OLADEMO (2011)
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Doing Christian Theology in Africa from a Feminist Perspective in (ed.) O. A. Adewale et al Biblical Studies and Feminism-The African Context. Ibadan: National Association for Biblical Studies (NABIS), pp. 31-44
O. OLADEMO (2012)
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Gender and the Teaching of Religious Studies in Nigeria: An Overviewā€¯ in African Traditions in the Study of Religion in Africa. Surrey, England: ASHGATE, PP. 67-77
O. OLADEMO (2012)
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Swimming against the Tide: an Analysis of Religious Understanding in Ilorin Metropolis Ilorin: History, Culture and Lessons of Peaceful Co-Existence in Ilorin, Nigeria: Centre for Ilorin Studies (CILS), University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria
O. OLADEMO (2013)
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Gender and Contesting Phenomena (religion, culture, and ethnicity): toward development in Africa and the African Diaspora Akinloye Ojo, Ibigbolade S. Aderibigbe and Felisters Jepchirchir Kiprono (Eds.) Gender and Development in Africa and Its Diaspora. New York: Routledge, 103-116
O. OLADEMO (2013)
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Olodumare and Yoruba Gender Construct in S. Abogunrin & I. Deji Ayegboyin (eds.) Under the Shelter of OLODUMARE-Essays in Memory of Professor E. Bolaji Idowu Ibadan, Nigeria: John Archers Publishers Ltd, pp. 37-46
O. OLADEMO (2014)
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Women in Yoruba and Igbo Indigenous Spirituality in David. O. Ogungbile (ed.) African Indigenous Traditions in Local and Global Context-Perspectives on Nigeria. A Festschrift in honour of Jacob K. Olupona. Lagos: Malthouse Limited, pp. 303-312
O. OLADEMO (2015)
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Womens Role in Church Growth in Nigeria F. FALAKO, O. OLADEMO, and O. OLADUNJOYE (eds.) The Church, Society and Nation Building. Lagos: Concept Publication, 190-205
O. OLADEMO (2015)
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The Effect of Religious Pluralism on the 2015 Elections in Nigeria P. Coertzen (eds.) et al Religious Freedom and Religious Pluralism in Africa-Prospects and Limitations. African Consortium for Law and Religion Studies, Stellenbosch, 193-208
A. I. ALI-AGAN & O. OLADEMO (2016)
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Theological Response to Ethno-Religious Crises in Nigeria Y. O. Imam, R. I. Adebayo and A. I. Ali-Agan (eds.) Dynamics of Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited, 68-89
O. OLADEMO (2016)
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A Historical and Theoretical Background to Theological Education for Women in Africa F. FALAKAO, O. OLADEMO, O. OLADUNJOYE and A. DAIRO (eds.) Biblical Studies and Socio- Political Issues in the Nigerian Context-A Festschrift for The Right Reverend James Adedayo Oladunjoye. Lagos: Concept Publications, 273-295
O. OLADEMO (2017)
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Equality of Genders is Progress for All Y. O. Imam (eds) et al RELIGION AND HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT - Essays in Honour of Prof. Yasir Anjola Quadri. Ilorin: Department of Religions, University of Ilorin, 175-193
O. OLADEMO (2017)
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Reappraising the Role of Women in Sacrifice in African Religions Deji Ayegboyin and Adekunle O. Dada (eds.) SACRIFICE IN RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS: Essays in Honour of Ven. Prof. J. Omosade Awolalu Ibadan, Nigeria: Department of Religious Studies, University of Ibadan, 15-24
O. OLADEMO (2018)
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Alternative Medicine in Africa as a Means of Sustainable Development David O. Ogungbile & Oyeronke Olademo (eds.) Religion, Environment and Sustainable Development In Africa. African Association for the Study of Religions, Nigerian Publication Bureau, Ibadan, Nigeria, 31-39
O. OLADEMO (2020)
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The Practice of Yoruba Religion in the Diaspora: some Challenges Ahmad Abdussalam, Ibigbolade Simon Aderibigbe, Sola Timothy Babatunde and Olutola Opeyemi Akindipe (Eds.) Culture and DevelopmentIn Africa and the Diaspora. Chapter 14, Routledge, December 2020
O. OLADEMO (2020)
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Medicine in Africa as a means of Sustainable Development' in David O. Ogungbile and Oyeronke Olademo - (pp) 31-38
OYERONKE OLADEMO (2020)

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