Philip Miruka

Faculty: Institutional Development Management
School: Institutional Development Management
Department: Institutional Development Management
Current Designation: Dean of Students
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Office Telephone:  (+254) 724 384-167
Consultation Hours: 8 a.m -5 p.m Mon – Fri

Qualification Area of Specialization Institution Year
 Master of Theology (M.Th)  Biblical Studies  Great Lakes University of Kisumu  2014
 Bachelor of Theology  (B. Th)   Biblical Studies  Great Lakes University of Kisumu  2012
Period Position Institution
 2016 – Present  H.O.D (Theology)   Great Lakes University of Kisumu
 2015 – 2016  Lecturer   Great Lakes University of Kisumu
 2014 – 2015  Assistant Lecturer   Great Lakes University of Kisumu
 2012 – 2014  Graduate Assistant   Great Lakes University of Kisumu
 2006 – 2008  Chaplain  St. Hellen Health Care Center – Migori
Title Area
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Miruka Philip, Aloo Mojola, Nathan Joshua, Onginjo Mary (2015). The Role of the Church and the Christian Family towards Widow Care as Highlighted by Paul. Sociology and Anthropology, 3, 52-57. Doi:10.13189/sa.2015.030107. Horizon Publishing company, U.S.A
Miruka Philip, Nathan Joshua, Jack Obongo (2015). The Cultural View of the Luo people of Western (Kenya) on Widow Care and the Biblical Approach. Sociology and Anthropology, 3, 240-250. Doi:10.13189/sa.2015.030405. Horizon Publishing company, U.S.A
Miruka Philip, Mojola, DeJong (2015). The Luo Cultural View of Widow Care and the New Testament. Lambert Academic Publishing Company. ISBN 9783659797415. Germany, U.S.A
Youth and Theological Training: An examination of the factors prompting youths not to pursue theological training in Colleges and Universities.

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