Open Access to the Inaugural SAMOA JOURNAL OF THEOLOGY Vol 1. Iss 1. is now available!
Rev. Dr. Vaitusi Nofoaiga
Rev. Dr. Samasoni Moleli
Professor Mark G. Brett teaches Hebrew Bible and Ethics at Whitley College, University of Divinity, Australia.
Professor Vernon K. Robbins, Emeritus Professor of Religion-Winship Distinguished Research, Professor in the Humanities, at Emory University.
Professor Clive Pearson teaches Public Theology at Charles Sturt University, Australia.
Professor Mark Henrickson teaches Social Work and a research mentor at Massey University, Auckland New Zealand.
Professor Paul Trebilco teaches New Testament at the University of Otago, New Zealand.
Professor Malama Meleisea is Samoan historian and author who teaches at the National University of Samoa, Samoa.
Associate Professor Matt Tomlinson teaches Anthropology in the Department of Social Anthropology at the Australian National University.
Associate Professor Keith Dyer, Emeritus Professor of New Testament and Greek language at Whitley College, University of Divinity, Australia.
Rev Dr Jione Havea is a research fellow with Trinity Methodist Theological College (Aotearoa) and the Public and Contextual Theology research centre (Charles Sturt University).
Rev Dr Latu Latai is a former Senior Lecturer of Malua Theological College, currently the church minister of Apia CCCS and continues to serve as one of Malua Adjunct Lecturers.
Dr Christina Petterson is a Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies at the Australian National University.
Dr Angela Sawyer is a Lecturer in Old Testament Studies and Dean of Students at Stirling Theological College, Melbourne Australia.
Dr Stephen Garner is a Senior Lecturer in Theology and the Academic Dean at Laidlaw College.
Dr Emily Colgan is a Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies at Trinity Theological College, in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Dr Brian Alofaituli is a Senior Lecturer in the Archaeology and Cultural Heritage the Centre for Samoan Studies at the National University of Samoa (NUS).
Dr Robert Myles is a Senior Lecturer in New Testament at Wollaston Theological College, University of Divinity, Australia.
Malua Theological College would like to acknowledge and warmly thank all our external reviewers for their invaluable assistance and scholarly contributions in reviewing the manuscripts in this Volume 1 (2022).
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