Dr. Seblewengel Daniel

Dr. Seblewengel Daniel
PGD and MABTS Programme Leader | Head of Academic Affairs

Dr. Seble serves EGST as Program Leader for the Post-Graduate Diploma and Master of Art  in Biblical and Theological Studies, as well as Lecturer in practical Theology. Before joining EGST, Dr. Seble served as the registrar and a full-time faculty member at the Evangelical Theological College from 2000-2005 and later as the director of extension programs and full-time faculty from 2012-2014. In the Ethiopian Kale Heywet Church, she serves as the deputy chair of women. In 2015, she joined The International Fellowship of Mission as Transformation’s (INFEMIT) Networking Team as the second representative for Africa. Her doctoral research focused on the perceptions and identity of Ethiopian Orthodox believers and evangelicals in Ethiopia.


  • Ph.D. in Theology, Akrofi-Christaller Institute, Ghana (2011). .
  • M.A. in Counseling Psychology, Addis Ababa University (2016).
  • M.Th. in Systematic Theology (cum laude), Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology, Addis Ababa (2004).
  • B.Th. in Counseling as a Ministry Major, Evangelical Theological College, Addis Ababa (1997).

Seble’s teaching and research focus on mission, church history, systematic theology and practical theology. She has co-authored “A Theological Reflection on Female Genital Mutilation” (The Evangelical Churches Fellowship of Ethiopia, 2007). Currently she is writing a commentary on James in Amharic for the Qalih Yaberal series. She is also finalizing her findings for research on five African countries under the theme “Spirituality and Hope in Africa,” a project funded by the Nagel Institute for the Study of World Christianity at Calvin College. In addition, Seble is polishing her PhD thesis for publication.
Seble is passionate about applied theology. This passion led to her decision to join EGST as a strategic place to train ministers. Her husband Tamiru is a constant source of encouragement. They have three children


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