- AU PMB MS 1427-191
- September, 2016
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Tensions in the KUC Maneaba: A Historical Analysis of the Issues Surrounding the Name-Change from Kiribati Protestant Church to Kiribati Uniting Church and its Implications for the Ecumenical Cooperation in Kiribati Society
Tatiree, Waiena Tebakaro
Santa, Robert Fakafu
The Pacific Theological College (PTC) in Suva, Fiji, is an ecumenical institution founded in 1966 to assist in providing the Pacific churches a highly trained indigenous ministry. The College established an international reputation for quality theological education, particularly in the three core areas of Biblical Studies, Theology and History of Christianity. In 1987 it began a Master of Theology programme in Pacific Church History. The thesis is an integral part of the PTC's Bachelor of Divinity and Master of Theology programmes. Theses systematically apply detailed local knowledge to topics covering a broad range of cultural, social and political matters in the Pacific Islands.
For student theses 1968– 1993 see PMB MS 1084
Pacific Theological College
Faleali'I, Tele'a Logoleo V.
Toap, Wesis Porop