Saturday, January 9, 2021

EP 102: Yoruba Religion

ICYMI:  The Yoruba, who not only inhabit Western African but who have been spread all over the world, have been practicing  their traditional religion for centuries. The Yoruba religion consisted of a mixture of indigenous beliefs, myths, legends, proverbs and songs.  Resources:  * The Origin of Life on Earth: An African Creation Myth by Sights Production * Bewaji, John A. "Oludumare: God in Yoruba Belief and the Theistic Problem of Evil" African Studies Quarterly, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 1988 * * Johnson, Christopher. "Ancient African religion Finds Roots in America." NPR, NPR, 25 Aug.2013. * Oderine, Olatundun. "The Lore of Religious Festivals Among the Yoruba and its Social Relevance." Lumina, Vol. 22, No.2, ISSN 2094-1188 * Olupona, Jacob K. "the Study of Yoruba Religious Tradition in Historical Perspective." Numen, vol. 40, no.3, 1993, pp.240-273 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:

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