Then he moved on to teaching theology, with equal success.
He taught philosophy again from 1663 to 1665; and then moral theology until 1668.
He taught moral theology and canon law from 1945 to 1954.
He taught theology at the seminary of the Order there.
He was given the chair in mathematics after teaching philosophy and theology.
He began teaching moral theology in 1991 at a theological institute which opened that year.
Not only did they teach theology to the natives, but also Christian philosophy.
At first it taught only theology, but soon the fields of philosophy, law and medicine were added.
All the traditional disciplines were taught there: arts, theology, law and medicine.
Perhaps he should resign immediately, teach theology, write a book, become a missionary.