Religion if the definition of the concept is taken into serious consideration reflects actions that the practitioners of the Religion must do to achieve everlasting life in the hereafter, to be one with the ancestors or wherever the ultimate destination the religion states is for everlasting life, all varnished over by practices. What is more is that the guarantee of this sacred place of mystery seems likely an empty one given that there is no verification there even is a final place where spirits go. It may all be a focused principle of faith which is accepting as true without really knowing…purely the act of deferring uncertainty.
On the other hand, There is something about faith in Chineke that differentiates it from all other categories . Except if one strives to refute it, the thought that Chineke is real unquestionably has the halo of fact to it. This halo of fact is the “intrinsic vigor of Chiism” and any theistic religion, making it more superfluous than it appears to be. The notion of Chineke as a guiding spirit becomes a reality if in believing it; one is led by this acceptance to be a force of good for self and society. The Igbos of Nigeria say and name their children “Chidumebi” …I am guided by faith in my Chi. This acknowledgement thus creates the mental understanding of something powerful that guide’s one’s fortunes. This acknowledgement creates the “intrinsic Vigor” that motivates, creates and guides, and we call THIS VIGOR CHINEKE (God).