World Missions (Concurrent) – Day Course

World Missions (Concurrent)
IS510, 2 Credits
Wednesdays, 9.00 am – 11.00 am

Introduces the exciting biblical, historical, cultural, and strategic perspectives of Christian world missions. Special emphasis is given to the expansion of Christianity, missionary methods used by key people and lessons for today. How much of God’s global mission has been completed, how much is left to do, how it is being done, and what He wants to do through His people are key subjects addressed in this course. Students will learn how to be meaningfully involved in missions and to help lead a missional church.

Registration deadline: Friday, 29 December 2023.

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Dr Robert K MacEwen: Exposition of Matthew & More

Pic 1: Family Pic of Dr Rob & Dr Lisa MacEwen & their daughter Lydia, Pic 2: Exposition of Matthew Class Pic


EAST was very honoured to have Dr Robert K MacEwen return as an Adjunct Faculty to teach an intensive course on the Exposition of Matthew from 22 November to 1 December which just ended last week. Dr Rob had travelled from The Netherlands with his wife Dr Lisa in the midst of a busy term time from Tyndale Theological Seminary where he is the Academic Dean to serve the students at EAST. EAST News caught up with him on a short interview below and his student Letitia wrote a short reflection on what she had learnt from the class.

Below are some interview questions for our website readers to get to know Dr Robert K MacEwen better.

1. What were the years you taught at EAST, what subjects did you teach, and what are some favourite memories you have of EAST?

I taught at EAST as a resident faculty member from 2010 through 2016, a time when EAST was at the Dorset Road campus. Since then I have been back a few times to teach module courses as an adjunct faculty member. The courses I’ve taught at EAST have included New Testament Narratives, New Testament Epistles and Revelation, New Testament Apologetics, Exposition of the Gospel of Matthew, Interpreting the Synoptic Gospels, Greek, Greek Exegesis, and Exegesis of 1 & 2 Thessalonians.

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Prayer Pointers 7 December 2023


Are you still fretting over the best gift for your loved ones this Christmas?

“For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord”. Roman 6:23 -ESV

What better gift than to introduce the giver of everlasting life to them?

Praise God:

– That the free gift of God is eternal life, through Jesus Christ our Lord, who purchased it for us. He is the All in all in our salvation.

– That when we trust in Christ, God gives us credit for Christ’s sinless life and accepts the payment of Christ’s death for our sin, that we have eternal life with Him, sharing in His glory.

Pray for:

– All EAST faculty, staff and students to continue having a sense of urgency and fervency in sharing the gospel during this Advent season.

– All Christians to adopt the holy living and evangelistic lifestyle that attract people to God’s hope, peace, joy and love.

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Biblical Greek 2: Exegesis Using Tools (Onsite) – Day Course

Biblical Greek 2: Exegesis Using Tools (Onsite)
NT502, 3 Credits
Tuesdays, 9.00 am – 12.00 pm

Building on NT501, this course strengthens students’ knowledge and skills in applying the principles of Greek grammar, syntax, and semantics in New Testament (NT) exegesis. Students will become more competent in using Bible software and tools that utilise Greek to translate and analyse NT passages. They will also learn the steps of exegesis and apply them to exegete NT passages. Prerequisite: NT501 Biblical Greek 1: Elementary Greek.

Course is limited to program students and visiting credit students.

Registration deadline: Friday, 29 December 2023.

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Urban Ministry (Onsite) – Day Course

Urban Ministry (Onsite)
IS561, 3 Credits
Tuesdays, 1.30 pm – 4.30 pm

This course helps students discover and explore the various aspects of urban ministry in light of the rapid urbanization and globalization of the world, how the city shapes our lives as humans and as Christians, and how the church can plant churches and ministers in the city.

Registration deadline: Friday, 29 December 2023.

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