It must be focused on that Boer’s’ aim in this content is not to dishonor Christianity and Islam but rather to direct these two religions into positive channels for national building. Couple of Christians will reverberate Boer’s’ announcement that he is a Christian with a high regard for Islam. This is an illustration all Christians ought to imitate. Christians and Muslims in Nigeria need to regard each other.
Boer presumes that there is an extraordinary hazard that Nigerians will become worn out on religious mobs and either come back to a cleaned type of conventional religion or to an African form of secularism. Each Christian ought to peruse this content and note that Christians in western countries are presently battling the very secularism they delivered through their infighting.
Oliver L.T. Harding, who acquired his GCE O and A Levels from the Sierra Leone Grammar School and the Albert Academy individually, is at present Senior and Acting Librarian of Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone. He is low maintenance speaker at the Institute of Library, Information and Communication Studies (INSLICS).
Fourah Bay College and the Extension Program at the Evangelical College of Theology (T.E.C.T) at Hall Street, Brookfields; Vice President of the Sierra Leone Association of Archivists, Librarians and Information Scientists (SLAALIS); an individual from the American Theological Library Association (ATLA) and a partner of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP).