Exposition of Matthew (Online Evening Course)

Exposition of Matthew (NT530, 3 Credits, Online)
11 January – 10 May 2022, Mondays, 7.00 pm-9.00 pm

The Book of Matthew was the most popular Gospel account in the early Church. It is loved for its emphasis on how Jesus fulfilled Old Testament prophecies, the visit of the magi, the Sermon on the Mount, the invitation to the easy yoke, Peter’s walk on the water, the parable of the wise and foolish virgins, the guard at the tomb, the Great Commission, and many other unique passages. Matthew presents much of Jesus’ teaching in five great discourses, making his account a discipleship training manual for the Church.

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Theology of Leadership (Online Evening Course)

Theology of Leadership (LF512/TS576, 3 Credits, Online)
11 January – 10 May 2022, Thursdays, 7.00 pm-9.00 pm

Equips learners with a biblical theology of leadership that can inform both theory and practice and permit more rigorous biblical evaluation of leadership theories and approaches. The course enables ministry practitioners to develop a rich theological foundation for thinking about issues of leadership in the Christian community.

Audit students are expected to read the textbook and watch assigned videos.

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Transforming Leadership (Online Evening Course)

Transforming Leadership (LF511, 3 Credits, Online)
11 January – 10 May 2022, Tuesdays, 7.00 pm-9.00 pm

Seeks to equip leaders to commit to authentic personal transformation and the passion to serve the world around them for Jesus’ sake. This course examines the underlying theology, leadership theory, and skill set of a transforming leader in today’s world. Leadership is neither a job nor a position. It is a passion and a calling. A transformational servant-leader seeks to bring about change in organizations and individuals.

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Intensive Classes – Nov/Dec 2021

EAST is committed to offering as best a learning experience as possible whether online, onsite, or concurrently. We are offering our full value courses free from tuition fees for audit students (i.e. not for credit) as part of the GLO@EAST promotionRegistration fee of S$40 is still payable upon sign–up to confirm your place. Registration deadline for intensive classes is Friday, 19 November 2021.

“Online” courses will have synchronous sessions held only online. “Concurrent” courses are held onsite and online simultaneously. Singapore residents who are taking the course for credit can only take the course onsite. Audit students must choose either onsite or online for the duration of the course.

Engaging with Religious Identity (Concurrent)

IS571, 3 credits
24 November – 3 December (from Wednesday to the following Friday excluding Saturday and Sunday)
9.00 am-5.00 pm

This course explores the dimensions of religious identity and the various ways these are experienced by the adherents or practitioners of Chinese religious traditions in their lived experiences. Through a deeper understanding and appreciation of these dimensions, common space will hopefully be enlarged for the co-existence of different religious identities in multi-ethnic and multi-cultural Singapore and beyond.

Daniel Low, PhD, currently serves as Vice President Academic Affairs at William Carey International University. Prior, he held positions at Biola University, Concordia University Chicago, and Raffles Christian School Jakarta. A passionate researcher of developments within Chinese religious traditions in Singapore, his dream is to see sustainable and meaningful conversations between followers of Jesus and practitioners of these traditions.

 

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EAST Course Information 2021, S1

EAST Course Information, Semester 1, 2021-2022

 

Take a look at next semester courses being conducted at EAST (July to December 2021). You can also enjoy GLO@EAST promotion for free audit courses (registration fee apply)!

Do read about it and more on the flipbook above!

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