The Graduate Theological Foundation hosted doctoral oral defenses on March 1st and 2nd at the Dodge House in Mishawaka, Indiana, administrative offices of the GTF. We are very happy to congratulate the three students who defended their Ph.D. theses earlier this month!
Rev. Christopher Nwachi Okoli successfully defended his doctoral thesis on March 1, 2016. Rev. Okoli’s thesis is entitled, Alfred Adler’s Social Interest: Implication in Clinical Pastoral Education and the Nigeria Situation. Rev. Okoli’s theis supervisor was Rev. Dr. Anthony Nwachukwu.
Rev. Dr. Michael Udoekpo successfully defended his doctoral thesis on March 2, 2016. Dr. Udoekpo’s thesis supervisor was Rev. Dr. Tim Allen and his thesis is entitled, “Take Away from Me the Noise of Your Song” (Amos 5:23a): An Exegetical Re-evaluation of the Theology of Worship in Amos 5, for Today.
Rev. Fr. Anselm Eke successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis on March 2, 2016. His thesis is entitled, Concept of Freedom: A Socio-Theological Inquiry. Rev. Eke’s thesis supervisor was Dr. John Morgan.
Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Murasso and Rev. Dr. Ore Spragin served as defense panel members, and Dr. John Morgan served as the chair of the defense panel for each of these students.