Dr Akuma-Kalu Njoku teaches Music and Spirituality and Peoples and Cultures of Africa at the Western Kentucky University. His publications include From Freedom to Freedom: Journeying Back to Africa to Heal the Wounds of the Atlantic Slave Trade (2014); Amamihe: The Basis of Igbo Culture and Character formation (2011); and ENYI BIAFRA: Regimental Drill, Duty Songs, and Cadences from Biafra (2009).Elochukwu Uzukwu, C.S.Sp., holds the Rev Pierre Schouver C.S.Sp. Endowed Chair in Mission at Duquesne University, Pennsylvania. He is a leading African theologian and has authored books and peer reviewed articles that have made an impact on theology worldwide. His best known books include A Listening Church: Autonomy and Communion in African Churches (1996; 2006); Worship as Body Language: Introduction to Christian Worship: An African Orientation (1997); and God, Spirit, and Human Wholeness: Appropriating Faith and Culture in West African Style (2012).