Where did it all begin?

TRACI was established in 1972, with the primary objective of research and in turn diffuse Christian knowledge and literature for the benefit and welfare of the society. The world is full of events, news, happenings, and issues. We view the world through multiple lenses like the media, politics, history, technology and personal experiences. We at TRACI add a theological perspective to the world. We believe that ongoing theological reflection on relevant issues is essential to meaningfully respond to them. It is made effective through communication and transformative engagement.

Why are we different?

At TRACI, we are from different fields with special interests, and we make a conscious effort to come together to review, reaffirm and redefine the praxis of essentials. Theological Research And Communication Institute (TRACI) provides us a platform to constantly update and integrate our theological reflections and motivates us to make a difference in our respective disciplines.

Our Mission

“Facilitating integrated response and transformative engagements through theological reflections on contemporary and relevant issues, by communities of followers of Jesus Christ”.


The work of the Society shall be conducted in accordance with the following Doctrines of Faith:

(a) The divine inspiration of the Holy Bible of the sixty-six books of the Old Testament and the New Testament, its consequent uniqueness, entire trustworthiness, and supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct.

(b) The Triune personal and eternal God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, creator and sustainer of all.

(c) The full deity and humanity of the Lord Jesus Christ, his representative and substitutionary death, his bodily resurrection and personal return in glory to consummate his Kingdom.

(d) The dignity of man, created in the image of God, his subsequent universal sinfulness, his need of redemption and justification through personal repentance and through faith in Christ alone, crucified and raise from the dead.

(e) The Holy Spirit who regenerates, indwells, and sanctifies, enabling the Christian to live a holy life, to witness and work for the Lord Jesus and to serve responsibly in the contemporary world.

(f) The resurrection of all men either to eternal life or eternal death.

(g) The unity in our Lord Jesus Christ of all believers, who comprise the Church.