Collection MS 1395 - Theses for the Bachelor of Theology & Bachelor of Divinity

Alagaupu and Preaching Ministry The Law in a Microchip in the Gospel of Matthew "Shema" as an educational model in relation to aiga in Samoa Roles and functions of Christian hymns Use Them Or Lose Them Divine Grace Through Human Suffering The Cost of Following Jesus: A Challenge to EFKS Parishioners and their Commitment to the Church The Blessings for the House of Asomua and the Blessings of David: A Cross-Cultural Critique The Role of the Faifeau of the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa, in the Process of Healin... O le Fa'afeagaiga - The Sacred One of God: A Theological Appreciation of the Sacredness of the Vi...
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Theses for the Bachelor of Theology & Bachelor of Divinity


  • 1999-2012 (Creation)

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Malua Theological College is a training institute for the ministry of the Congregational Christian Church in Samoa (CCCS). It was established in 1844 in a district of Saleimoa west of Apia on the Island of Upolu.
The aim of the College is to provide quality theological education, and to equip student with knowledge and skills necessary for an effective ministry in the Church.

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Malua Theological College, Malua, Samoa

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