TS211Christian Theology 1: God & Creation

TS211 : Christian Theology 1: God & Creation (3 Credit)
Academic Year : 2022
About this course

“Nearly all the wisdom we possess,” John Calvin insists, “consists of two parts: the knowledge of God and of ourselves.”[1] Nothing is more foundational in theology than a right understanding of God. But we can only know God in His revelation of Himself to us. And when we do this, we discover that He has revealed fundamental truth about ourselves. This course examines the great truths about God and Humankind that make up the prelude to the Gospel of Redemption in Jesus Christ.

[1] John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion, ed. John T. McNeill, trans. F. L. Battles, Library of Christian Classics, vol. 20 (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1960 ), bk 1, ch. 1, 35.

Lecturer : Tan Seng Kong
DIRECTOR (SPIRITUAL FORMATION & EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES), LECTURER OF SYSTEMATIC AND SPIRITUAL THEOLOGY). Seng Kong is a graduate from Regent College, Vancouver (MA, Spiritual Theology). Seng Kong completed his PhD in Systematic Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, where he focused his research on Jonathan Edwards's doctrine of salvation. Seng Kong was formerly an architect, and is currently serving at Bethel Assembly of God. When he isn’t preoccupied with theological materials, he dabbles with indoor gardening, watches Korean media with his wife, and eats Indian food with his son.
Venue: To be Advised , To be Advised
Course Timing:

Dates (2022)
Jan 24          
Feb 7, 21
Mar 7, 21  
Apr 11, 25

7:15pm – 10:00pm

Closing Date for Registration:  Jan 20 2022
(NB. BGST reserves the right not to accept any registration after this date)

Subscription to BGST Access Membership (BAM) Advanced is compulsory for credit students. Access to good library resources (like DTL) is critical for postgraduate academic research.

Course Type: Live (3 credits)
Semester: S2
Credits: 3 Credit
Max class size: 20

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