YORUBA THEOLOGY AND TRADITION - THE MAN AND THE SOCIETY

YORUBA THEOLOGY AND TRADITION - THE MAN AND THE SOCIETY
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by Ayo Salami

Table of contents:

1. Ori; a. What is Ori;? b. What does the Ori; do? c. I®pi;n and A®ya¯nmo;ô d. Contentment with Ori; e. Some songs to Ori; f. Destiny and Sin g. Summary 2a. Evaluation of the man from birth to death a. A®bi;ku; b. Birth of the baby on earth c. E®·se¯ôn¯ta;ye; d. Naming ceremony e. Names f. O®gu;n Oni;kila¯, facial Marks and Circumcision g. Youth and Adolescence 2b. Evaluation of Man from birth to death II h. Marriage i. Attributes of a good husband j. Attributes of a good woman k. Polygamy l. Dressing of a Yoru¯ba; person m. Divorce n. Old age 2c. Evaluation of Man from birth to death III o. Death p. Burial Ceremony q. A®ku;da¯ r. After death s. Punishment of sins t. Heaven and its setup u. Ancestral Stage v. Widowhood w. Estate Sharing 3a. Evil Ethics and Justice x. Sixteen virtues of Ifa; y. Physically committed offences and their punishment z. Spiritually Committed offences and their punishment aa. Marital Infidelity 3b. Oath taking 4. Divine Warnings, Danger Signals, Ethical Beliefs and Superstitions 5. Greetings in Yoru¯ba; land 6. Impact of Religion on the socio cultural heritage of the Yoru¯ba; man a. Ori;ki¯ b. Chiefs and their functions c. Aje; and its Economic connotation d. Cleanliness e. Arrangement of compounds 7. Seasons, days, weeks and the Year 8. Medicinal implication of Ifa; verses and practices a. Disease Presentation and Treatment 9. Scientific Implication 10. Man and Iwa Pele



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