Publications

THE PUBLICATIONS OF PROFESSOR ISHAQ AKINTOLA

  • A., M. Phil. Dissertations and Ph. D. Thesis:

 

(i) Akintola, I.L, (1981) The Impact of Islam on Some Social Ceremonies  in Ile-Ife,

M.A.Dissertation, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

(ii) Akintola, I.L., (1983) A Critical Edition of Uthman Ibn Fudi’s Tanbih Ul-Ummah,

M.Phil. Dissertation, University of Ibadan, Ibadan.

(iii) Akintola, I.L., (1990) (a) A Study of the Islamic Doctrine of Eschatology, Ph.D.

Thesis, University of Ilorin, Ilorin.

 

  • Books Already Published:

 

(iv) Akintola, I.L. (1993) (a) The Friday Question, At-Tawheed Publications, Lagos

(138 pages).

(v) Akintola, I.L. (1994) (a) Nature & the Muslim Woman: an Eschatological            

                                      Consideration, Ibrash Islamic Publications, Lagos. (69

pages).

(vi) Akintola, I.L. (2001) (a) Shariah in Nigeria: an Eschatological Desideratum,

Shebiotimo Publications, Ijebu-Ode, (319 pages).

(vii) Akintola, I.L. (2008) (a) Practical Islam, Tele-Dawah Ventures, Lagos,

(269 pages).

 

 

(viii) Akintola, I. L. (ed) (2006) (a) Economic and Political Reconstruction in  

                                         Nigeria: An Islamic Perspective, Teledawah Ventures,

Lagos, (159

pages)

(ix) Akintola, I. L. et al (eds) (2009) (a) Editor-in-Chief, Correlates of Islam, Ahmadu Bello University Press Limited, Zaria, (260 pages).

 

 

(d)     Monographs :

 

(x)  Akintola, I.L. (1992)(a) Scientific Discoveries Through Islam, Ibrash

Islamic Publications, Lagos (26 pages).

(xi)  Akintola, I.L. (1993)(b) Islam & Military Rule, Ibrash Islamic

Publications, Lagos (43 pages).

(xii)   Akintola  I.L. (1994)(a) The Significance of the Hijrah Calendar,

Ibrash Islamic Publications, Lagos (31 pages).

(xiii) Akintola, I. L. (2012)  Security, The Nigerian Question & Nigerian Muslims,

(20th Annual Ramadan Lecture), Ibadan, University of

Ibadan Muslim Community (30 pages).

(xix) Akintola, I. L. (2017) “Oh God! What Have We Done?” An Eschatological

                                        Excursus, Inaugural Lecture, Lagos State University, (60

pages)

(e)   Chapters in Books Already Published:

 

(xv) Akintola, I.L, (1985) “The impact of Islam on Education and Life in Lagos State”, in Educational Development in Lagos State, Lagos State University: 91 – 114.

(xvi) Akintola I.L, (1993) (b)”Islamic Moral Values”, in Studies in Religious   

                                       Understanding in Nigeria, R.D. Abubakr, et. al., eds., Nigeria

Association for the Study of Religions NASR), Ilorin: 61-69.

(xvii) Akintola I.L, (1994) (b)”Nature’s Service & Human Dis-Service in Nigeria:

an Islamic Perspective,” in Religion & Service to Humanity,

R.D. Abubakr et. al., eds., NASR, Ilorin: 61 – 69.

(xviii) Akintola I.L. & M.O. Opeloye, (1994) (c)  “The Growth & Influence of

Islam in Badagry”, in G.O. Ogunremi et. Al., eds., Badagry: 

                                   A study in History, Culture & Traditions of an Ancient City,

Rex Charles Publication, Ibadan: 176 – 191.

(xix) Akintola I.L. (1995) “General Introduction to Islam in Lagos State,” in

A.O.K. Noah, ed., Lagos State &General Studies, Rex Charles

Publication, Ibadan, : 219 – 226.

(xx) Akintola, I.L. (1997) (a)  “An Introduction to Islam”, in Aderibigbe &

Aiyegboyin, eds., Religion : Study &      Practice, Alamsek

Press Ltd., Ijebu-Ode : 138 – 155.

(xxi)  Akintola, I.L. (1998) (a) “Leadership Crisis in the Nigerian Ummah, A Case

Study of the Challenges Facing Islam and the Muslims

in the 21st Century”, in Islam and Muslims in Nigeria :

                                           Challenges of the 21st Century, ed. Z I. Oseni, Jimsons,

Ilorin : 26-42

*(xxii) Akintola, I.L., (1999) « Muslim Unity Within the Organisation of African

Unity », in Islamic Unity: Theoretical Framework & The                       

                                            Procedures for Application, World Assembly of Muslim

Youth, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: 215- 223

(xxiii) Akintola, I.L.  (2003) (a) « Implementation of Shariah in Nigeria: The

Impact on the Common Folks », in A Digest on Islamic  

                                         Law and Jurisprudence in Nigeria, ed. Z.I. Oseni, Dar Un-

Nur, Auchi: 151-163.

(xxiv) Akintola, I.L., (2004) (a)  “Challenges of Democratic Sustainability And

Development in Nigeria: an Islamic Panacea”, in

Adeniji Lateef et al., Challenges of Democratic  

                                                  Sustainability and Development in Nigeria, Jilat

Publishing Company, Ibadan, 2004: 6-25.

(xxv)Akintola, I.L., (2005) (a) “Ethical and Eschatological Factors in the Shari’ah

Affair”, in Nigerian Integrative Discourses:

Shari’ah,  Momoh, C.S. & Awonusi, S., eds., University

of Lagos: 86-110.

(xxvi) Akintola, I.L., (2005) (b) « Sustaining Democracy in Nigeria Through the

Ideals of Islam », in Unity, Democracy and

                                               Development inNigeria in the 21st Century, Adeniji

Lateef et al, eds., Jilat Publishing Company, Ibadan, 8-

15.

(xxvii) Akintola, I.L., (2005) (c),  «Creation: Science or Allah », in God : The  

                                                Contemporary Discussion, Dopamu, A.P. (eds),

NASR, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye:

330-345.

*(xxviii) Akintola, I.L., (2005) (d)     « Corruption in Nigeria: an Islamic Cum

Eschatological Exposition », in Democracy, Good

                                                     Governance & Corruption in Nigeria, Olurode, L. &

Akinboye, S.O. (eds), Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, W.

Germany & Frankad Publishers, Lagos: 168-182.

(xxix) Akintola, I.L. (2006) (b) « Eschatological Manifestations in the Nigerian

Post-Independence Political Scene : an Islamic

Overview», in Economic and Political

                                                   Reconstruction in Nigeria : an Islamic Perspective,

Akintola, I. L. (ed), Tele-Dawah Ventures, Lagos:

115-125.

(xxx)  Akintola, I. L., 2006 (c)    « Post-Independence Nigeria and the Democratic

Heritage of Islam », in Economic and Political

                                                   Reconstruction in Nigeria : an Islamic Perspective,

                                                   Akintola, I. L. (ed), Tele-Dawah Ventures, Lagos:

55-66.

(xxxi) Akintola, I. L., (2006) (d) “The West and the Prophet’s Prognostications: an

Eschatological Phenomenon”, in Globalization and

                                                    Terrorism: The Response of Islamic Scholarship,

Nigeria Association of Teachers of Arabic and

Islamic Studies (NATAIS), October 2006: 36-49.

(xxxii) Akintola, I. L., (2006) (e) “Nigeria: The Qur’anic Parable of a Poverty-

Free Country”, in Religion, Governance And

                                                    Development in the 21st Century,  Nigerian

Association For the Study of Religions

                                                    (NASR), 2006: 170-181.

(xxxiii) Akintola, I. L., (2006) (f), “Mediation and the Role of Religious Leaders in

the Community: Muslim View”, Proceedings of the

Conference on Intra and Inter-Religious Conflict

Resolution Organized by Justice, Development and
Peace Commission, Ibadan in Collaboration With the

Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, University

of Ibadan, at the Conference Centre, University of

Ibadan, 19th-20th September, 2006: 103-117.

*(xxxiv) Akintola, I. L. (2008)    “Islam in Africa”, in Political Islam and the  

                                                   State in Africa, Hussein Solomon et al, Centre

For International Political Studies, University

of Pretoria, South Africa, 2008: 15-53.

(xxxv) Akintola, I. L., (2009) “Good Governance in Islamic Eschatology: Ahmad

Sani as a Case Study”, in Correlates of Islam, Is-haq

Akintola et al, (eds) Ahmadu Bello University Press

Limited, Zaria, 2009: 122-132.

*(xxxvi) Akintola, I. L., (2010) “Sine Qua Non For Positive Child Development in

Islam: Breastfeeding, Child-care and Child

Education”, in Human Views on God: Variety, Not

                                              Monotony (Essays in Honour of Ade P. Dopamu) , Adam

  1. Arap Chepkwony & Peter M. J. Hess, Moi University

Press, Kenya, 2010: 213-224.

(xxxvii) Akintola, I. L., (2011) “Western Compound Interest, Islamic Banking &

Nigeria’s Foreign Debt: Any Synthesis?”, in Global

                                            Financial Crisis: Islamic Banking System as a Credible

                                             Alternative System, Crescent University, Abeokuta, 2011:

158 – 175.

 

(f)        Articles in Learned Journals:

 

(xxxviii) Akintola I.L., (1990) (b) “Fertility in Islam: an Appraisal,” in LASU

                                              Journal of Humanities, vol. 2, Nos. 1&2: 64- 73

*(xxxix) Akintola I.L., (1992) (a) “Creation Theories & the Qur’an” in The Islamic

                                              Quarterly, London, vol. 36 No. 3, 3rd Quarter: 192-202.

(xL) Akintola I.L., (1993) (c)”Nigeria Arab Relations: Some Considerations,” in

Journal of Politics, LASU, vol. 1, No. 1: 78 – 87.

(xLi)     Akintola I.L.,     (1993) (d)”Case Studies of Ashrat as-Sa’ah in the

Qur’an”, in JORAH, (LASU Journal of Religions & 

 History),vol. 1. No. 3: 1 – 12.

(xLii)  Akintola I.L.,       (1994) (d)”Prophetic Predictions & Realized

Eschatology,” in JARS, (Journal of Arabic & Religious  

 Studies), University of Ilorin, vol. 11: 1 -11.

*(xLiii) Akintola I.L.,     (1996) “Politics: an Islamic Perspective,” in Islamic

                                              Culture, Hyderabad, India, vol. LXX, No. 1: 85 – 98.

(xLiv) Akintola I.L.        (1998) (b)”An Enquiry into Two of the Natural

Phenomenal Aspects of Ashrat as-Sa’ah” in Al-

                                             Hadarah, (Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Lagos

State University), vol.1., No.1: 20 – 27.

(xLv) Akintola I.L.         (2001) “The Qur’an on Science and Technology”, in

JOPSREL (Journal for the Promotion of Studies in

                                           Religions, Education & Languages), vol.1., No.1: 226 –

241.

(xLvi) Akintola, I.L., (2002) “The Challenges of Arabic and Islamic Studies in a

Globalized World”, in Religions: Journal of the Nigerian

                                          Association for the Study of Religions (NASR), vol. 15& 16:

2-20.

*(xLvii) Akintola, I.L., (2003) (b) “Ruh (Soul) in Islamic Eschatology”, in Hamdard

                                           Islamicus, Pakistan (Quarterly Journal of Studies

And Research in Islam), vol. xxvi, No. 2, April-June 2003:

7-12

(xLviii) Akintola, I. L., (2003) (e) “Moral and Spiritual Values and the Challenges

of Globalization”, in Orisun: Journal of Religious  

                                             Studies, Olabisi Onabanjo University, vol. 2, 2003: 41-54

(xLix) Akintola, I. L., (2003) (f) “Realised Eschatology in the Qur’an” in JASS

                                              (Journal of School of Arts & Social Sciences), vol. 4,

2003: 66 – 78

(L) Akintola, I. L., (2003) (g) “Major-Minor Dichotomy in Ashrat as-Sa’ah” in

                                             JOPSREL (Journal for the Promotion of Studies in

                                             Religions, Education & Languages), vol. 2, No. 1,

2003:97 – 108 .

(Li) Akintola, I. L. (2004) (b) “An Evaluation of the Impact of the Proliferation

of Churches and Mosques in the Nigerian Society” in

Insight: Journal of Religious Studies, Babcock University,

vol. 1, No. 2 & 3, December 2004: 76-91.

(Lii) Akintola, I.L. 2004 (c) “Democracy, Secularism and Shari’ah, a Crisis of

Ideological cum Legislative Identity in Nigeria”, in

NATAIS: Journal of the Nigerian Association of

                                          Teachers of Arabic and Islamic Studies, vol. 7,

September 2004: 50-64.

 

(g)   Journals Jointly Edited:

 

(Liii)  Ishaq Lakin Akintola, Adeleke Fakoya and Taiwo Moshood Salisu.(eds. 2012)

LASU Journal of Humanities, Faculty of Arts, Lagos

State University, Lagos, Nigeria, Vol. 7 January, 2012

(Liv)   Ishaq Lakin Akintola, Adeleke Fakoya and Taiwo Moshood Salisu.(eds. 2012)

LASU Journal of Humanities, Faculty of Arts, Lagos

State University, Lagos, Nigeria Vol. 8 June, 2013

(Lv)  Ishaq Lakin Akintola, Adeleke Fakoya and Taiwo Moshood Salisu.(eds. 2013)

LASU  Journal of Humanities, Faculty of Arts, Lagos

State University, Lagos, Nigeria Vol. 9, August, 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

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