Theological Seminary

Dean's Message


Robert osei Bonsu


The founding of the Theological Seminary of the Adventist University of Africa (AUA) is directly linked to the vision of the Seventh-day Adventist Church leaders in Africa for a graduate institution to meet the growing need for leadership in the continent. The request aimed to increase advanced and skilled manpower in response to Africa’s growing need and challenge and the world Church’s mission. Thus, the Theological Seminary is committed to equipping faithful, resourceful, spiritual, and intellectual leaders to engage in the task of declaring the saving grace of God and making disciples of all nations in the context of the everlasting gospel of Revelation 14. The Seminary endeavors to fulfill this task by providing a mutual and conducive learning environment where ministerial and theological leadership may be prepared in sound hermeneutical principles for biblical interpretation for learning and living and fosters and enhances essential and critical ministerial skills in the various aspect of Christian ministry.

The Seminary has a team of committed faculty and places a strong emphasis on spirituality and service in ministry and leadership. Join us in the Seminary as we equip men and women for service to humanity in preparation for the Second Coming of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.


Theological Seminary Personnel


Prof Robert Osei-Bonsu, PhD, AIIAS, Philippines


Israel Kafeero, PhD, Andrews University, Michigan, USA
Prof Sampson Nwaomah, PhD, OAU, Ile-Ife, Nigeria
David Odhiambo, PhD, AIIAS, Philippines
Feliks Ponyatovskiy, PhD, AIIAS, Philippines
Melak Tsegaw, PhD, AIIAS, Philippines
Prof Davidson Razafiarivony, PhD, AIIAS, Philippines
Leendert Brouwer, ThD, University of South Africa,