Doctor of Philosophy, Systematic Theology, Stellenbosch University, Cape Town, ZA
Master of Arts, Pastoral & Theological Studies, Oak Hill College, Middlesex University, UK
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Pastoral & Theological Studies, Oak Hill, Middlesex Univ., UK
Diploma in Theology, St. Phillip's College, Kongwa, Tanzania
Dr. Sebahene serves as Professor of Social Theology in the Social & Moral Theology Department and is a Social Ethics specialist. His PhD study was on the study of the dynamic link between corruption and injustice – a reflection on the role of Christian churches and Christian faith as a new and potential avenue of inquiry in addressing the harsh realities of corruption and injustice in public domain in Tanzania. He has 28 years’ experience in pastoral work, and social and theological ethics advocacy. His interest includes the teaching, researching and consulting in areas such as those of the role of faith and ethics in anti-corruption, responsible citizenship, theology of human rights and good governance, gender equality and women’s and children’s rights, reconciliation, higher education, peace building and conflict resolution, theology of organisational and leadership development, and value-based and valued generating models of theological engagement. He has served as the agency head for the Department of Corruption Studies at the Institute of Development Studies; as agency director of research, innovation and consultancy, and as an associate dean in a school of theology and religious studies. He brings broad international exposure and networks in Africa, Europe, Australia, and the Middle East to his role at Missional University. He and his family reside in Dodoma, Tanzania.