Church, Society, and Ethical Issues in Asia (Day Course)

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IS560 / TS561 Church, Society, and Ethical Issues in Asia (3 credits)
Thursdays, 9.am-12.30 pm

While many Christians have personal opinions about various ethical issues, often they have not deliberately taken the time to consider biblical and contextual implications of those issues.  The course addresses common issues Christians in Asia today must consider as they seek to live as “salt and light” in the world.

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Lewis Winkler, PhD

Lewis joined Cru in 1987 and has taught in three seminaries in the USA and Asia.  He enjoys interacting with students over basketball and casual discussion on how the Bible applies to life and issues today.

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Kwa Kiem Kiok, PhD

Kiem sits on a review board for medical research and a national level medical ethics committee.  She served for six years with Graduates’ Christian Fellowship.  She co-authors a commentary on the book of Matthew for the Asia Bible Commentary Series.

Registration deadline is Wednesday, 2 January 2019.  You may register online or contact us for registration form.

Christian, Marriage & Family in Asia (Day Course)

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LF560 Christian, Marriage & Family in Asia (3 credits)
Thursdays, 1.45 pm-5.00 pm

Christians are living in a very challenging era. Everywhere we turn to reach people for Christ, familial and marital problems are overwhelming us with grief and deep questions like, “Why is the problem so prevalent around the world?” This course provides the biblical foundations and precepts relating to Christian marriage and family life. It also explores a survey of the existing major research findings of cultural values and challenges in marriage and family among representative Asian cultural groups.

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Justine has served in counselling ministries in Korea, Japan, and USA. She has served with Cru as a staff worker, and as a pastor of Women’s’ and Children’s’ Ministry for Korean-American churches.  She has been a course tutor of Education and Pastoral Ministry in the Distance Education at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (USA).

Registration deadline is Wednesday, 2 January 2019.  You may register online or contact us for registration form.

Discipleship, Soul Care & Spiritual Growth (Day Course)

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LF546 / TS546 Discipleship, Soul Care & Spiritual Growth (3 credits)
Fridays, 1.45 pm-5.00 pm

This is a class that focuses on soul care or “soul training” of the disciple of Jesus Christ who aspires to grow, and be a leader.  The objective of this class is not to give a comprehensive course on the discipline of spiritual formation, but on the believer’s ongoing growth and formation; and especially for leaders and shepherds, how to deal with pitfalls that crowd out our passion and space for God, e.g., living a marginless lifestyle and burnout.  There will, therefore, be hands-on soul training exercises for the student to apply spiritual disciplines discussed in class, and guide to helping them and people they shepherd rewrite their narratives in God’s power. This is a no-audit class.

Lau Ying Kheng, EdD

Ying Kheng served in Africa, Europe, India, Hong Kong and Korea as a missionary before she joined EAST in 2000. She has worked in student and publication ministries in Singapore and the USA, and in speaking and teaching ministries around the region. Her passion is in discipleship, conducting soul-care training, and facilitating retreats.

Registration deadline is Wednesday, 2 January 2019.  You may register online or contact us for registration form.

Asian Theology (Day Course)

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IS541A / TS571A Asian Theology (3 credits)
Fridays, 1.45 pm-5.00 pm

Critically explores theologies as expressed by Asian Christians and determines their value and place in the Asian context. Students will develop frameworks that will guide them in the task of theologizing in context.

Pre-requisites: IS 520/ TS 570 Contextualisation, or TS 560 Worldview & Biblical Decision Making

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Kiem sits on a review board for medical research and a national level medical ethics committee.  She served for six years with Graduates’ Christian Fellowship.  She co-authors a commentary on the book of Matthew for the Asia Bible Commentary Series.

Registration deadline is Wednesday, 2 January 2019.  You may register online or contact us for registration form.

Exposition of Ephesians (Evening Course)

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NT520 / NT520A Exposition of Ephesians (2 credits / 3 credits)
Thursdays, 7.00 pm-9.15 pm

The letter to the Ephesians is considered as one of the greatest works of the Apostle Paul that has influenced much of Christian theology, love, honour, prayer, and ethics. The student will examine the book of Ephesians to determine the author’s central message, and its theological significance and relevance to the Christian faith then and now.

Benson Goh, PhD

Benson Goh has been a full-time staff with Cru Singapore since 1996. He has served in the campus ministry for nine years, three of which he was the director of the Great Commission Training Center (GCTC). He graduated from Asbury Theological Seminary in New Testament Biblical Studies in 2017.

Registration deadline is Wednesday, 2 January 2019.  You may register online or contact us for registration form.

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