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HARMONIOUS RELIGIOUS COEXISTENCE IN THE BARRACKS- A MODEL APPROACH FOR HUMANITY

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INTRODUCTION
At the very heart of nature and human existence is religion. Not only does it give order to a just society, it also offers explanation to the ultimate meaning of life, and how to live accordingly in relation to other human beings. Thus Nottingham (2004) describes religion as; 

A cultural tool by means of which man has been able to accommodate himself to his experience in his total environment including his fellow group members, the sacred and the world of nature.

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background of the Study
1.2 Statement of the Problem
1.3Objective of the Study
1.4 Significance of the Study
1.5 Sources and Methods of Data Collection
1.6     Clarification of Concepts
l.7Scope and Delimitation
1.8 Structural Organization of the Work

CHAPTERTWO
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1Introduction
2.2Christian - Muslim in Harmonious Co-Existence
2.3Religious freedom as basis for harmonious coexistence
2.4Blind Intolerance: Bane of Peaceful Coexistence
2.5Effects of Religion. Violence and Peace on Co-existence
2.6Religious Intolerance: Curses or Blessings
2.7Conclusion

CHAPTER THREE
METHODOLOGY
3.1Introduction
3.2Population of the study
3.3The sample and sampling procedure
3.4Instrument for data collection 
3.5Administration and collection of data
3.6Significance of the study

CHAPTER FOUR
DATA PRESENTATION ANALYSIS OF FINDINGS
4.1Introduction 
4.2Questionnaire
4.3Religious Crises in the society
4.4The Nature of Peace in the barracks?
4.4.1The Role of the Youth in Peace-building 
4.4.2.Formation on Counseling by Chaplains and Religious Leaders
4.4.3.The family
4.4.4.Enlightenment programmes
4.4.5Centers for Religious Dialogue 
4.4.6Code of Conduct for Religious Adherents in the Barracks
4.5Conclusion 

CHAPTER FIVE
RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSION
5.1Summary
5.2Conclusion
5.3Evaluation
5.4Recommendations

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