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Thirty-one year old Reverend Asinate Mataitoga of the Methodist Church of Fiji and Rotuma is formerly the chaplain of Koro Island High School, in the Lomaviti Province of Fiji. She hails from Ono-i-Lau in Lai Province and is working on her Masters in Theology (Biblical Studies).
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Twenty-seven-year-old Tevita Okusi joins PTC from Siaatoutai Theological College in Tonga. Hailing from Tongatapu, Okusi is excited about the work he is going to put in for his Master of Theology – Biblical Studies and socialising with students and the PTC community from different Pacific cultures and contexts.
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Today it was publically announced that Piula Samuelu, a PhD candidate from the Methodist Church in Samoa has successfully defended his PhD thesis to the Board of Examiners, consisting of three professors from South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. The title of his thesis is: “Decolonizing Grace: A Faapalepale Restorative Theology from a Samoan Perspective.”...
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The Pacific Theological College is adding two new schools in the transition to University. The School of Ecology and Resilience Development (SERD) and the School of Pasifika Philosophies Education and Sciences (SPPES) will add to the current School of Theology and Ecumenism (SOTE). PTC Principal, Reverend Professor Dr Upolu Vaai, in his presentation at the...
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The academic thinkers, curriculum writers and accreditors, meet to discuss the Pacific Theological Colleges’ proposed new curriculum. The aim is to offer a curriculum that is responsive to the needs of people and the contexts within which they live. It especially focuses on addressing developments that liberate people from social injustices that oppress because of...
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“Come and experience life and theology with us. Don’t miss being part of the Pacific household of God.” The Pacific Theological College, the first degree offering regional educational institution founded in 1961 and established in 1965, invites applications for enrollment for the 2022 Academic Year. From Certificate to Doctoral (PhD) levels, you can now contact...
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Doctor of Philosophy scholarship. CIPS scholarship is a competitive award for Pasifika scholars. This might be your chance to be part of our vibrant and transformative PhD programme under the college vision “Towards Excellence in Theological Education for Leadership for Justice”. For more information on the scholarship, visit the link on the flyer APPLY NOW!
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Rev. Professor Dr Upolu Vaai challenged students of the Pacific Theological College to fight for the protection of Pacific ecology which is on the brink of collapse. He issued the challenge at a welcome service for students at the Islander Missionaries Memorial Chapel in Suva on Friday, February 5. Rev. Professor Vaai said insatiable, extractive...
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Five students received Pacific Theological College’s top awards for various study categories. For the Faculty Prize for Distinction in Thesis Work in the Master of Theology programme; i. Leslie Boroko (Master of Theology – Church History) – Anglican Church of Melanesia, Solomon Islands ii. Sioeli Sipaisi (Master of Theology – Church History) – Free Wesleyan...
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With perseverance and unity, Pacific Theological College Community navigated the challenges of COVID19. On November 10, at the final Communion service for the Year 2020, the College awarded individuals who had shouldered the burden of community activities. The following awards were given; a. John Tidex Prize for Community Work – Sioeli Sipaisi. b. Fiona McAdam...
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