Paulson Tumutegyereize

Paulson is an Adjunct Speaker with RZIM in Africa. He heads the Department of Education in the Diocese of Kampala and speaks primarily on the meaning and purpose of life, faith and reason, suffering, comparative religion, and quality education.

Paulson Tumutegyereize is an ordained minister in the Anglican Church. He holds a Bachelor of Science with Education and a Masters of Divinity. He formerly taught Mathematics in one of Uganda's leading schools, St. Mary's College Kisubi. Today, Paulson heads the Department of Education in the Diocese of Kampala, charged with responsibilities of overseeing church education institutions and advocating for Christian ethics in the education process in Kampala.

He is a graduate of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA) and an Adjunct Speaker with RZIM. His speaking topics include the meaning and purpose of life, faith and reason, suffering, comparative religion, and quality education. He is married to Kellen and together they have three children. In his leisure time, he does small scale farming.

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