EAST Holy Land Study Tour 2022

15 Days, 27 November to 11 December 2022. Picture yourself cupping your hands to drink water at the same spring where Gideon’s band of 300 select men did the same, climbing the steps that led to the altar of the golden calf in the northern kingdom of Israel, or studying about Jesus calming the storms as you sail across the Sea of Galilee. This is an opportunity to study God’s Word in its original setting. For more information about the Study Tour email studytour@east.edu.sg. Read more

Worldview & Biblical Decision Making – Concurrent Day Course


Worldview & Biblical Decision Making (Concurrent)
TS560, 2 Credits
Wednesdays, 9.00 am-11.00 am

Helps students better understand what a worldview is, how it works, and its importance so they will move toward and creatively apply a more biblical view of the world.  The course also briefly examines the history of ethical theory from both general and Christian perspectives to help students develop a more genuinely Christian framework for moral decision making.  Students will be encouraged and expected to apply creatively and thoughtfully what they learn to a number of case studies and scenarios as well as utilize this material in their lives and ministries. Read more

Theology 1 – Onsite Day Course


Theology 1: Bible, God, Jesus Christ & Holy Spirit (Onsite)
TS510, 3 Credits
Fridays, 9.00 am-12.00 pm 

Examines basic theological method, the doctrine of God, His existence and nature, as well as the doctrines surrounding the nature, authority and reliability of His revelation, including the inspiration, collection and transmission of the Bible. The course also examines the doctrine of Jesus Christ including His identity, nature, and work on behalf of humanity, as well as the Holy Spirit’s nature, activities, and significance. Read more

Old Testament Poetry, Wisdom, & Prophets – Online Day Course


Old Testament Poetry, Wisdom, & Prophets (Online)
OT511, 3 Credits
Thursdays, 9.00 am-12.00 pm

Expositional study of the poetic, wisdom, and prophetic books of the Old Testament (Job through Malachi) giving attention to theological themes and motifs. Emphasis will also be given to interpretation of these genres with attention to various elements such as literary, historical, political, and cultural context as well as relationship to the New Testament. Read more

New Testament Narratives – Onsite Day Course


New Testament Narratives (Onsite)
NT510, 3 Credits
Thursdays, 1.30 pm-4.30 pm

An expositional study of the Gospels and Acts. Attention will be given to the historical and cultural contexts of these narratives as well as biblical themes and theology. Emphasis will be given to Christ’s teaching and ministry and the work of the Holy Spirit in building the Church. Read more

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