There has been discrepancies between the religious and cultural philosophy of Africans with the religious and cultural ideology or philosophy of Christianity among African adherents. Another problem that bothers this paper is that strategies have been put in place to reconcile these disagreements, but expected success has not been achieved. Amongst the strategies that have been advocated and adopted are religious dialogue, ecumenism, etc. This research advocates for anti-fanaticism campaign, infants religious and cultural integration campaign, central and annual religion and cultural archival interactions, etc. It has been discovered these disagreements have drastically affected social, economic and religious development, growth and awareness of African Christians and Traditionalists. The paper is therefore designed with the aim of addressing the negative effects of religious and cultural dilemma for a better futuristic relationships. The paper employs phenomenological research methodology. Data were collected through direct interviews, text books, journals, and other secondary data. Data gotten were analysed with historical and comparative sociological styles of data analysis.