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Current Courses (Mar-May 2014) Print

March to May 2014

 

COURSE 3 (1403CD/CI)

Early Church Fathers

 

Instructor   
:    

Dr Roland Chia

Dates   
:   

19 March - 07 May (8 Wednesday Evenings)

Time   
:   
7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Venue   
:   
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Prayer Hall
Fees   
:   
$100.00
($80.00 for returning students, if the last CDCM course attended is not more than
12 months before the commencement of this new module. Free for TTC Alumni
and TTC Full-Time Students - Registration Required)

 

Synopsis

The first five hundred years of Church history are perhaps the most significant for the development of its central tenets. This is the period where some of the greatest Christian thinkers and theologians, whose works have profoundly influenced the Church’s theology, taught and wrote. This was also the period in which the Church fought against some of the most corrosive heresies that threatened to destroy the fabric of the faith. In this brief course we shall examine some highlights in this important and complex period in Church history.

 

 

Biodata

Dr Roland Chia is Chew Hock Hin Professor of Christian Doctrine at Trinity Theological College. He is author of numerous books and articles and a regular contributor to the Methodist Message and Word @ Work.

 

 




COURSE 4 (1403B)

 

Lessons from Hebrews 

 

Instructor   
 :   

Rev. Dr Leonard Wee

Dates   
 :   

20 March - 29 May (8 Thursday Evenings, no class on 17 Apr, 01 May & 15 May)

Time   
 :   

7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Venue   
 :   

Trinity Theological College, Lecture Room 2, Level 3

Fees   
 :   
$100.00
($80.00 for returning students, if the last CDCM course attended is not more than
12 months before the commencement of this new module. Free for TTC Alumni
and TTC Full-Time Students - Registration Required)

                   
Synopsis

The letter to the Hebrews is an enigma. However, despite questions relating to authorship, recipients and the so-called “warning passages,” the author reveals a profound reading of the Old Testament in the course of explaining the relationship between Christ and his followers. What emerges out of a careful study of this epistle is a set of highly practical lessons that has a quality of timelessness to it. Whether you are a believer in the first century or a Christian in the twenty-first century, you would be edified by the message that the letter carries.

 

Biodata

Rev. Dr Leonard Wee is lecturer in New Testament at Trinity Theological College. He has a Ph.D. in Theology from Durham University and was previously pastor of Hope Presbyterian Church.  Rev. Wee is married to Doris, who is a counsellor serving with a Christian organisation.