Vol 3 No 1 June 2023

THE NOUN SCHOLAR: Journal of Arts and Humanities


Editor in Chief’s Voice

We want to thank you for having kept faith with us all this while. We have seen our journal grow over the last three years in leaps and bounds. It has been because of your support. We continue to crave your indulgence to help us spread the word concerning the good work we are doing here. As you can see from the TOC for this edition, the listed papers are as diverse in spread as in the subject matter they cover within the field of humanities. Academic discourse continues to be a veritable basis of our being and craft. Indeed, if we do not critically assess and discuss issues around us, we will die naturally as academics. However, our continuing commitment to our craft, despite all the issues surrounding it globally, continues to show that in the Ivory Tower lies the solution to the problems the world seeks answers to. I hope we will not disappoint our world. It is in the spirit of scholarship that I welcome you to another volume of our journal in the Faculty of Arts, The NOUN Scholar, volume 3, number 1. This has been prepared for your delight and greater insight.

Welcome to our world of The NOUN Scholar!

Prof Iyabode Omolara Akewo Nwabueze, MNAL

THE NOUN SCHOLAR: Journal of Arts and Humanities

Volume 3 Number  1, June  2023.

A Christian Perspective on the Role of Religious Belief in Disaster Management for the Wellbeing of the Society

Terfa Kahaga Anjov, PhD; Peter Tervershima Kumaga; Godwin Iyorayiah; Mgor Habakuk; Vincent Torwombo An-Or; and John Agada