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Mr. Michael N. DogguMr. Michael N. Doggu

Lecturer & Faculty Officer, Divinity Department


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Education:

  • MTh. in Theology , Leopold Franzens University, Innsbruck, Austria (2000 - 2002)
  • BA in Philosophy of Religion, Leopold Franzens University, Innsbruck, Austria (1997 - 1999)
  • B A, in German Language Studies, Leopold Franzens University, Innsbruck, Austria (1997 - 1998)

 

Brief Biography:

Ghanaian by nationality, born August 1968, at Nandom in the Upper West Region. Michael is happily married with 3 children. He has strong inter-personal and leadership skills. He is a results oriented, balanced and disciplined person, and believes that what is, is what is not, is not as living principle of truth and of life.

 

Courses Teaching/Taught at Regent University:

  • Mediation and Conflict Resolution
  • Pastoral Care & Counseling
  • Pastoral Theology
  • German Language Studies
  • Christian Apologetics
  • Christian Ethics
  • Family Therapy and Counseling
  • Evangelism
  • Old Testament Studies 1&2
  • New Testament Studies 1&2

 

Research/Scholarly Interests:

  • Anthropology
  • Practical Theology
  • Counseling and Philosophy

 

Recent Publications:

About to be Published:

  1. The Quest for Salvation and Health
  2. The Dagaaba Concept of Life and Death: A Critical Reflection towards Anthropologico-Theological and Philosophical Studies
  3. Course Books in Mediation and Conflict Resolution, Christian Ethics, Family Therapy, Christian Apologetics and German Language for Beginners, Proficiency and for Travelers

 

Other Academic Pursuits:

  • Consultancy services at Ghana Institute of Languages as interpreter and translator and Research Work from 2003- 2006.
  • Presentation at a Youth Seminar at the Anglican Church Nima about Family Life and Counseling. June 2010
  • Presentation at University of Ghana Legon on "The Dagaaba Concept of Life and Death: A Critical Reflection towards Anthropologico-Theological and Philosophical Studies" 18th February, 2011