New Beginnings: Adjunct Faculty Ng Khim Fatt

Adjunct Faculty Ng Khim Fatt with his wife Chan Wei Har

EAST Alumnus Ng Khim Fatt graduated with a Master of Divinity in Teaching and Exposition in 2016 and his wife Wei Har graduated with a similar degree in 2018. Khim Fatt recently joined EAST as an Adjunct Faculty and will be teaching an evening course on the Exposition of Matthew this semester.

After Khim Fatt’s graduation from EAST, he felt the conviction to pursue further studies in a ThM in New Testament Studies at Trinity Theological College as he wanted to fulfill God’s calling in his life to reach out and equip Christian workers. He felt that teaching with EAST Extension Centers (EECs) aligned with his God’s call upon his life and just before the Covid-19 pandemic started, he had the opportunity to teach a New Testament Narratives class in South Asia through the EECs. During the pandemic, Khim Fatt was able to teach New Testament Foundation and co-teach Greek online for the EECs, in Mandarin even.

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New Testament Epistles & Revelation (Onsite Day Course)

New Testament Epistles & Revelation (NT511, 3 Credits, Onsite)
11 January – 10 May 2022, Tuesdays, 1.30 pm-4.30 pm

A study of each New Testament epistle (Romans through Jude) and the book of Revelation in light of their political, cultural, historical, and literary contexts. Bible study skills learnt in the prerequisite course will be applied to selected passages. Passages that are considered challenging exegetically will also be discussed. Prerequisite: BS510 Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics.

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Biblical Foundations 2: New Testament (Online Day Course)

Biblical Foundations 2: New Testament (BS413, 3 Credits, Online)
11 January – 10 May 2022, Tuesdays, 9.00 am-12.00 pm

Introductory course is aimed at building foundational knowledge and understanding of the New Testament literature. The scope of this course includes composition and authorship, authority and reliability, historical and cultural contexts, major themes, and the importance of the New Testament in Christian living and ministry.

Audit students are expected to participate in certain learning tasks.

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New Testament Overview (Concurrent PIM Day Course)

New Testament Overview (NT412, 1 Credit, Concurrent)
21 March – 25 April 2022, Mondays, 1.00 pm-3.00 pm

A Partners-in-Ministry course for women who are wives: Designed to provide an overview of the New Testament so students develop a greater understanding of the life of Christ, the early Church, and the apostles’ teaching about Christian life and practice.

Course limited to women who are wives.

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How do we love?


1 Peter 3:8 “Finally, all of you, be like-minded, be sympathetic, love one another, be compassionate and humble.”


Last week, 1 John told us why we should love. Not for personal gain, or out of obligation, but because that is God’s command to us, to love others as Jesus loved us.


Today’s verse deals with what that love should look like. Agreeability with each other, sympathy and understanding, compassion and humility. Key traits in the love that we Christians should exhibit to everyone around us, no exceptions.


In the context of the verse, Peter says that this love should be shown to those who oppose us and are evil, and to repay evil with blessings. 1 Peter 3:17 “For it is better, if it is God’s will, to suffer for doing good than for doing evil.” 


This is the kind of love and understanding we are to show to everyone, for it falls upon us to be blessings during times of evil.

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