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Man has always searched for the best way to reach his creator.
He finds this path through society and culture.
Through society and culture, man experiences a glow of satisfaction as he employs the best tool to convey his belief, which is usually expressed in praise, worship or adoration.
Whatever the religious inclination and time, music seems to be the most convenient vehicle of traveling the path that leads to the creator.
This book orbits through the historical usage of music in secular and ecclesiastical parlance.
The thrust of this work resonates from the functionality of music cascading in form, style, thematic variations and general appreciation found among the three religious groups of African Indigenous Religion (AIR), Christianity and Islam.
The book’s novelty lies in the fact that the author has laced the work with comparative arguments from African Indigenous Religion (AIR), Christianity and Islam.
This ingenuity is not only captivating but rewarding as it presents the subject matter in a manner that is understandable from the prisms of the aforementioned religions.
It is therefore a book whose time has come.
Benjamin Tyavkase Gudaku Holds M.A in Religious studies, with bias in Religious Ethics from the Benue State University, Makurdi.
He is a researcher on drivers of conflict in northern Nigeria.
He has been actively engaged in citizen empowerment and community engagement.
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