Douala- Cameroon,02 September 2021 - Rev. Fr. Basile Sede Noujio (Ph.D.) is proud to launch his new book, called ‘‘Hegel’s Philosophy of History; A Challenge to the African Thinker, Compliments to Léopold Sédar Senghor & Comparing  Cultures and Religions in a Postmodern World, Joseph Ki-Zebro Versus Jaques Maritain’’, on the 3rd of September 2021. It features 7  and 10 packed chapters and comes at a good time in the journey of Africa’s history, especially its philosophy.

Highlighting the idea that every history is an embodiment of culture, tradition, and religion. Globalization is bringing lots of challenges to the world today because, though people have different origins with different cultures and religions, they are bound to live together. Accordingly, some knowledge of the major world cultures and religions are truly relevant for peaceful co-existence.

The book is available for purchase on Amazon and at all major bookstores across the country.

Rev. Fr. Basile explains in this book that Postmodern thinking rejects culture and history, including biblical history. It goes along with whatever the people generally agree upon; it verges on relativism. He strongly recommends  Christian humanism as a way forward for humankind, while at the same time, drawing attention to the African culture that is authentically humanistic but somehow ignored because very little is said about it.

About  Rev.Fr.Basile Sede

Rev. Fr. Basile Sede, Ph.D. is Originally from Fiango – Kumba, Cameroon, Fr. Sede attended St. Thomas Aquinas Major Seminary, Bambui, Cameroon, where he studied Philosophy and Theology and was eventually ordained a Catholic Priest for the Diocese of Buea, Cameroon on the 16th of April 1998. He earned his PhD from Pontifical Lateran University, Rome specializing in comparative philosophy, and also studied Management Sciences at the Sophia University in Florence. Fr. Basile Sede has served in the Diocese of Charlotte for the last eight years and presently serves in the Diocese of Charlotte, USA.

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