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Faculty and Staff

Dr Daniel Taylor, Principal

BD (Hons); BA (Hons); MA (Manchester); PhD (Wales) MCIEA

Dr. Taylor is known for using sociological methods to aid the church’s understanding of its relation to society. His scholarship encompasess six distinct areas of study: education,  social science,   epidemiology, law, religion and theology. His writings include, survey of the Hebrew Bible; Harmatiology, Corinthians, dynamics of study and a number of articles on social action. Dr Taylor’s current research, writing, and teaching interests are in the areas of biblical, theological, Social Issues, pastoral care/counselling, religious education, philosophy of religion and science and religion.

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Dr. Byung Ha Kim, Lecturer

BA (Hons); MDiv; MA; PhD (Sheffield)

Dr Kim’s BA degree was in Public Administration from the University of Yonsei in Seoul, Korea. After that, he earned his MDiv degree at the Presbyterian General Assembly Theological Seminary of the University of Chongshin in Seoul, Korea. He earned his MA and PhD at the University of Sheffield UK. The title of his doctoral thesis was The Biblical Jubilee Elements and Their Transformation in the Second Temple Period. Before joining Manchester International Christian College, he worked as a fulltime lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the Westminster Graduate School of Theology in Seoul, Korea. He was also involved in translating the Hebrew Bible and several English Bible Commentaries to Korean as a researcher at the Westminster Bible Society. Dr Kim’s main research interest is the interpretation of the biblical jubilee law and its application into modern society. His teaching areas are in theological and biblical studies.

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Rev Paul Makau, Academic Dean and Bursar
B ed Technology (Hons); Diploma in Biblical studies; MA in Practical Theology (Chester)
Reverend Paul started his teaching career in 1996 after graduating as a lecturer for Automotive Engineering from Moi University. He lectured at Kisumu Polytechnic and served at a local Pentecostal church where he developed an interest in becoming a minister of the gospel. While in this church, he was blessed to serve as worship leader, in missions and planting churches. He also partners with Campus Crusade for Christ in Kenya, a charity that endeavours to help local churches by training their leaders on sound biblical doctrine. He loves evangelism, missions and often gets invited to speak to churches in Africa and USA.    He has achieved a number of academic awards from universities abroad.
In the UK, Paul has worked as a teacher in various schools and colleges across West Yorkshire. Alongside his teaching career, together with others they founded a successful Pentecostal church (2006) in Bradford, where he is the pastor. He is also a member of the Bradford NHS chaplaincy team of volunteers who are trained to offer spiritual help to patients. Setting aside a promising lecturing career in secular education, his desire is to use the knowledge and skills he has gained to equip the saints for the works of service, so that the body of Christ can reach its maturity.

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Dr Shaibu Abraham, Lecturer

BA, BD, MTh, PhD (Birmingham)

Dr Abraham holds BA (sociology), BD (Union Biblical Seminary, Pune, India), MTh (Gurukul Lutheral Theological College and Research Institute, Chennai, India) and PhD from the University of Birmingham in Pentecostal Theology. He is an ordained minister of the New Testament Church of God, UK and leads a church in Manchester. Before joining MICC, he was a senior lecturer in theology at Filadelfia Bible College, Udaipur, in India and extensively worked as a missionary pastor in cross-cultural settings. He is specialised in Pentecostal and Charismatic Theology, especially in systematising the theological understanding of ordinary believers. Major areas of interest and teaching include systematic theology, biblical theology, ethics, science & faith and also have been involved in theological research and writings.

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Revd Michelle Welch, Lecturer
BA (Hons), (Manchester Poly); BD (Hons) (London)

Miss Welch is a graduate of Manchester International Christian College where she studied for the University of London External System Bachelor of Divinity degree. She is a serving member of Compassion Prison Ministries and is also involved in community activity, mission work and outreach work. Michelle has a teaching ministry and is the author of a number of publications including Real People Real Lives. She currently teaches History, Society and Religion.

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Revd. Carina Dixon, Librarian

The Revd Carina Dixon was born in Burma and diagnosed with Spina Bifida at birth. She had a lifesaving operation at 17 days old. Her parents immigrated with her to the UK when she was four months old. Her passion and love for academic work started in 2003 when she was invited to a Lecture at Manchester Christian College. She decided to enrol as a student of the College where she successfully completed a two year Diploma. After graduation she decided to continue her studies in the college and enrolled for a university of London degree. Prior to this, she studied with the Open University, and York University. Revd Dixon was ordained in October 2009 and she is currently serving as the Chaplain of the College.

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Revd Tuzzle Mulenga,  Lecturer/Assistant Chaplain

DipEd;  Fda (Chester); MA (Manchester).

Revd Tuzzle worked as an educator in a secular setting for nine years. After this, he was trained for the Christian Ministry.  He is keen to train Christian leaders to pursue sound theological education.  Revd Tuzzle specialises in Adult Theological Education and currently explores learning educational theories and how they can enrich the content  and quality  of African Pentecostal preaching.

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Miss Valerie R Collins, Development Officer/Lecturer
BA (Hons) (Gloucestershire)

Before she joined the college in June 2004 she had several years of experience as an Administrator and has worked within the health and social sector. She has ministered in Zambia on short-term missions; she is a Leader in a French Speaking African Church, and Founder of The Zambezi Connection (a charity working with widows in Zambia). Her research interest is in Counselling which she also currently teaches.

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