Inspired by Jacob Olupona's important book, I provide an account of the Yorùbá political theology of sovereign flesh by examining the “five bodies” of the Ooni of Ifẹ̀. I then correlate the king's five bodies with the five dimensions of the Ifá divination tray and also deploy them to formulate principles of interreligious dialogue between Pentecostalism and traditional religion.

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