African Christianity and the Ethic of I-Beg-You: African Worldview Disrupts Christian Moral Philosophy
Nimi Wariboko, PhD (Princeton), Walter G. Muelder Professor of Social Ethics at Boston University, USA
Dr Wariboko received his Bachelor of Science in Economics from University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He also received an MBA in Finance and Accounting from Columbia University and a PhD in Ethics from Princeton Theological Seminary. Dr. Wariboko has also served as a senior pastor, a church planter, as an investment banker and strategy consultant on Wall Street, and as a consultant to the Central Bank of Nigeria.
In this lecture, Dr Wariboko will speak on “African Christianity and the Ethic of I-Beg-You: African Worldview Disrupts Christian Moral Philosophy.” This topic not only concerns economic development and human flourishing, but also the ethical challenges of religion and politics in Africa.