Christian Marriage and the HIV/AIDS Pandemic: The Role of the Church. Anglican Church of Nigeria in Focus

T.T. Bello


African culture allow for marriage as one of their pre-requisite of  being a responsible person. It is also one of the most Important laws of God. Marriage is the divine union of opposite sex by God Himself. This is the basis of our human existence. The aim of this paper is to look unto Christian marriage both monogamy and polygamy, the paper will also examine the role of the church of God in curbing the menanse called HIV/AIDS in our society. The saying of the philosophers will be looked into about the socio-religious  phenomenon call marriage. It will also x-ray the social and religious importance of Christian marriage. It was discovered that there are some negative and adverse effect of polygamy, HIV/AIDS in the course of marriage, all these, this paper will examine.

The role of the church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) in curbing this pandemic disease call HIV/AIDS shall be discussed in this paper the re-appraisal of HIV/AIDS in our society shall be done. The key experience, lesson and challenges discussed in the conference of Anglican churches of Nigeria in 2005 about HIV/AIDS problems shall be let loose. Lastly, recommendation will be giving to aid solving the problem of the disease call HIV/AIDS.

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