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Fanen Ade

Phd awarded 2017 Middlesex University
Human Agency and Capability: A bottom-up perspective from North Central Nigeria

Dejan Azdajic

PhD awarded 2018 Middlesex University
The Shaping Shaikh
An Ethnographic Inquiry into the Role of the Shaikh in the Adaptation of Naqshbandi Sufism in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Joshua Banda

PhD awarded 2017 Middlesex University
Impacts of Congregation-based HIV/AIDS Programmes In Lusaka, Zambia
How Abstinence and Marital Fidelity Efforts Function In Overall Strategies

Klaus-Peter Derungs

PhD awarded 2017 Middlesex University
Unbreakable Bones
Christian Mission and the Resilience of Temi Culture

John Robert Devalve

PhD awarded 2018 Middlesex University
Singing Foreign Songs in the Lord's House
An Examination of the Worship Music Sung in Songhai/Zarma Protestant Churches of the West African Sahel, with Special Reference to Niger

Amiel Drimbe

Phd awarded 2018 Middlesex University
The Church of Antioch and the Eucharistic Traditions (ca. 350139 CE)

Brian Edwards

Phd awarded 2017 Middlesex University
Self-deception at the Intersection of Friedrich Nietzsche and the Apostle Paul

Laurence Gatawa

PhD awarded 2017 Middlesex University
Comparative Characterisations of Jesus and the Disciples in the Gospel of Mark
with Special Reference to Ancient Oral Narration

John Hess

PhD awarded 2017 Middlesex University
A Polanyian Tack
Political Implications

Tsung-I Hwang

Phd awarded 2018 Middlesex University
Liberating the Repressed Form of Self in Post-Traditional Ru-Influenced Chinese
A Theoretical Study of the Responses of Tu Weiming and Jürgen Moltmann

George Kalu

PhD awarded 2017 Middlesex University
Towards Environmental Sustainability in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria
A Theological Framework for Broader Involvement of the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria

Rula Khoury Mansour

Phd awarded 2018 Middlesex University
Conflict Management Approaches in Palestinian Baptist intra-church conflict in Israel between 1990 and 2016, in Dialogue with Miroslav Volf's Theology of Reconciliation
an Analysis and Critical Evaluation

Bawa Leo

Phd awarded 2018 Middlesex University
Comparative Study of Pauline Church Growth Strategies, including the contribution of the Book of Acts, With CAPRO Strategies in Nigeria

John Madinda

MPhil awarded 2017 Middlesex University
An Assessment of Donor Funded Development Programmes of the Anglican Church of Tanzania in the Dodoma Region from 1986 to 2010

Esther Maxton

PhD awarded 2017 Middlesex University
A Band of Evangelists, Native and “Foreign”’
The Story of Japanese Initiatives in Indigenizing the Japan Evangelistic Band 1903-1940

Oscar Osindo

Phd awarded 2018 Middlesex University
An Examination of the Garre Space
The Concept of fulla

Norman Piatti

PhD awarded 2017 Middlesex University
The Tibetan Diaspora and the Politics of Belonging in the Twin Cities
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, USA

Philip Poh

PhD awarded 2017 MIddlesex University
Third-Wave Missionary Leaders in Contemporary Yakland
An Analysis of Six Malfeasance and Leadership Formation Cases Using a Maturity-Support Approach

Trevor Smith

Phd awarded 2018 Middlesex University
Emerging from the Akan Single-Tiered Unitive Perspective on Reality

Paul Sydnor

Phd awarded 2017 Middlesex University
From Gravity to Grace
Finding a redemptive voice among displaced Christians in Europe

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