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Welcome to national theological association

National Theological Association is a nonprofit organization Providing Theological Education, Committed to Evangelical Faith Scholarship which are Networking Together , legal and relevant Educational Accrediting Service to Christian Universities, Seminaries,and Bible Colleges Internationally To serve in The Church. Equipping The People of God for the Mission of The Lord Jesus Christ.Nationals Theological Association (NTA) is one of the largest accreditation agencies worldwide and currently accredits Christian Universities, Theological Seminaries and Bible Schools in Worldwide We accredit schools of all sizes no matter where they are in the world. NTA provides assistance whether they are on-campus or online.

Education

The purpose of the NTA is to form and develop the domestic system of theological education, ranging from the catechist church level to the highest academic theological school.

accreditation

The goal of the NTA is to help educational institutions in asian and other countries achieve international standards and confirm their academic and spiritual level with appropriate accreditation.

research

The purpose of the NTA is to develop Evangelical theology, to form an academic and research culture, to provide researchers with methodological and resource support.

About our founder

Biography

Dr. Siga Arles completed his BSc from University of Mysore, followed by an MDiv and an MAR from Asbury Theological Seminary. In 1990, he completed a PhD at the University of Aberdeen at the Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World,[2] where he co-studied with G. D. V. Prasad, then pursuing doctoral studies in the same University in the discipline of Old Testament.

In his academic career, he served as the vice-principal and head of the Department of Theology at North India Institute of Post Graduate Theological Studies,[3] as theological secretary of Evangelical Fellowship of India, as dean of Consortium for Indian Missiological Education, and as founder and director of the Centre for Contemporary Christianity. From 2002 to 2008, he also served as co-editor of Journal of Asian Evangelical Theology, a journal of the Asia Theological Association based in Singapore.

Arles died on June 5, 2015 of a heart attack.

and Also Dr . Siga Arles Was The Founder of National Association for Theological Accreditation (NATA) Its Shall Be Named As National Theological Association (NTA) After his Death Approved ByThe World Council of Churches WCC https://www.globethics.net/web/gtl/directory/accrediting-agencies
Dr. Siga Arles (we took his vision)