Sharing the knowledge

30 April 2017

Dear Editor 

Re: Inspired by his father’s stories

Malo Faumui le tauata’i ma le saili malo! 

It is always good to see the desire of many to share the cultural knowledge and privilege they have been exposed for the betterment of current and future generations! May God bless you in all your future endeavours!

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But, please, Samoa Observer, Faumui Manu does not have a Diploma from Malua Theological College. Instead his qualification is a Diploma in Theological Studies from the Malua Bible School, which is staffed by the Faculty of the College, and run under the administration of the Board of Malua Theological College, but is basically a Bible School outreach for any Samoan who wants to learn more about the Bible and its theology. 

Unlike Diplomas of Theology from Malua Theological College which are awarded at the end of four years study, a Diploma in Theological Studies from the Malua Bible School is a course of study that is held during the week at the Tamaligi Headquarters of the EFKS in Apia. 

Please refer to the Malua website for further clarification. 

But other than that, thank you for promoting people like Faumui who enjoy making public the secrets he is privy to!

Soifua ma Ia Manuia!

 

Emanuel

30 April 2017

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