Yorb Beliefs and Sacrificial Rites

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Athelia Henrietta Press, 1996 - Religion - 203 pages
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Surveys previous works on Yoruba religion and outlines a typology of beliefs, as well as offers an interpretation of religious rites as elements of sacrificial system. This serious study gives valuable material for other approaches to religion-comparative, scientific and theological in addition to providing a point to reference for further studies of socio-religious change and a glimpse into the potential future of the Yoruba religion.

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Belief in the Supreme Being
Belief in Divinities and Spirits
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