Upcoming Modules

TH502 Holy Spirit and the End Times

This course will be divided into two segments, covering the doctrine of the Holy Spirit and the doctrine of the End Times respectively. The segment on the Holy Spirit will include the contemporary issues concerning the understanding of the baptism of the Holy Spirit, the initial evidence of speaking in tongues, spiritual gifts, and other phenomenal manifestations. The segment on the End Times will include a study of the various views concerning the Rapture, the second coming of Christ, the Tribulation, the Millennium, the resurrection of the dead, the final judgment, and the eternal state.

Date: 10 April, 17 April, 24 April, 8 May, 15 May, 22 May (Monday)

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 1

Instructor: Mr David Lim Han Hui

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Class and waiting lists are full.

 

BS501 Bible Study and Interpretation

The Bible is the richest and most exciting book in the world and the Christians’ most important resource. This course assists students in developing fundamental skills in doing an inductive book study. Students will also learn the foundations of biblical interpretation, specifically how to make sense of the world behind, around and within the Bible text, and through this to derive and apply the intended messages from the Bible into contemporary living.

Date: 29 May, 12 June, 19 June, 3 July, 10 July, 17 July, 31 July (Monday)

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 1

Instructor: Mr David Lim Han Hui

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Class and waiting list are full.

CM511 Strategic Perspective in Church Planting

Apostle Paul was one of the most famous tentmakers of all times. In fact, that’s where the term “tentmaker” comes from – because he and some of his close friends made tents for a living while they shared the Gospel. This course will look into the strategic perspective in church planting, and cover topics such as missions’ strategies in Hope movement, the various stages of church planting, and preparation work needed for a church planter.

Date: 18 June, 25 June (Sunday)

Time: 1pm-6pm

Venue: CT Hub Inspire

Instructor: TBC

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members please sign up here, and non-members here.

Registration closes 11 June 2017 or when class is full.

BS521 New Testament Foundations 1

This course offers an overview of the composition of the New Testament, a survey of the New Testament world, as well as a study of the Gospels, the Book of Acts and the General Epistles. It highlights the historical, social, economic and religious backgrounds behind the beginning of Christianity, and will include a study of the occasions and purposes leading to the writing of the Gospels, the Book of Acts and the General Epistles. Special emphasis will be placed on the major theological themes of each book, thus providing an important foundation for interpreting and understanding the entire New Testament.

Date: 7, 14, 21, 28 August & 11 September (Monday)

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 1

Instructor: Mr David Lim Han Hui

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign up here, non-members here.

Registration ends 30 July 2017 or when class is full.

 

BS522 New Testaments Foundations 2

This course covers the various letters of Paul in the New Testament. It includes a study of the socio-historical background for each of the letters, outlines of their content, as well as their respective occasions and purposes. Special emphasis will be placed on the major theological themes of each letter. This course thus provides an important foundation for interpreting and understanding the New Testament Pauline letters and their significance for the Church today.

Date:  6, 13, 20, 27 November & 11 December (Monday)

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 1

Instructor: Mr David Lim Han Hui

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign here, non-members sign up here

Registration ends 29 October 2017 or when class is full.

 

CM534 Human Life Development

This course is an experiential exploration of theoretical approaches and skills to prominent life issues faced in churches. Some of the issues covered include prominent issues like depression; developmental issues like adolescence; interpersonal issues like lust and homosexuality; family issues like marriage; and control issues like addictions.

Date:  3, 10, 17 & 24 September (Sunday)

Time: 1pm – 5pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 2

Instructor: Ms Charmaine Chee

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign here, non-members sign up here

Registration ends 26 August 2017 or when class is full.

 

TH513 Apologetics

From the beginning of the Early Church, Christians have been called upon to give an account for their beliefs, and it has been the case even up to today. What is the relationship between faith and reason? How do we defend our faith appropriately in this modern time and age? This course is a study in how to demonstrate the validity and coherence of the Christian faith.

Date:  18, 25 September, 2, 9, 16 & 30 October (Monday)

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 1

Instructor: Mr Matthias Lee

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign here, non-members sign up here

Registration ends 10 September 2017 or when class is full.

 

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