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Doctoral Oral Defenses

We are very happy to share that three GTF academic doctoral students successfully defended their theses on November 29th, at the Dodge House, GTF administrative offices.

Rev. Martin Eldred’s thesis is entitled, New Creation, Corinth and the ‘New Face’ of Community in Christ: Paul’s ‘Evangelical Apologia’ in 2 Corinthians 107. 

Rev. Eldred pictured with Dr. John Morgan and Rev. Dr. Ore Spragin, members of the doctoral defense panel, immediately following his successful doctoral oral defense.

Rev. Eldred pictured with Dr. John Morgan and Rev. Dr. Ore Spragin, members of the doctoral defense panel, immediately following his successful doctoral oral defense.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ms. Porsche VanBrocklin-Fischer’s thesis is entitled, Understanding the Effect of Gender, Marital Status, and Employment Status on Bonding and Bridging Social Capital. 

Ms. Porsche VanBrocklin-Fischer is pictured with Dr. John Morgan and Rev. Dr. Ore Spragin immediately following her successful oral defense.

Ms. Porsche VanBrocklin-Fischer is pictured with Dr. John Morgan and Rev. Dr. Ore Spragin immediately following her successful oral defense.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rev. Christopher C. Opara’s thesis is entitled, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder:  The High Rate of Suicide among Veterans. 

Rev. Opara is pictured with the members of his defense panel, Dr. John Morgan and Rev. Dr. Ore Spragin, immediately following his doctoral oral defense.

Rev. Opara is pictured with the members of his defense panel, Dr. John Morgan and Rev. Dr. Ore Spragin, immediately following his doctoral oral defense.

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