DIVINITY SCHOOL OF CHUNG CHI COLLEGE

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2012 – 2013 夏季密集課程
THEO5950
Special Topics on Biblical Studies I: Theological Interpretation of the
Old Testament: From Text to Sermon
E
Prof. Seow Choon Leong
MON,
THUR
7:00pm-9:25pm
HYS501
This course is about the theological interpretation of the Old Testament, including narratives, legal materials, prophets, psalms, wisdom and apocalyptic literature. It will entail close readings of selected texts and their
potential in biblical preaching. Students will ample opportunities to prepare sermons and have them discussed by the class. This is an intensive course tentative running from June 1 to July 16, 2013.
THEO5951
Special Topics on Biblical Studies II: God in the Old Testament
E
Prof. Seow Choon Leong
TUE,
WED
7:00pm-9:25pm
HYS501
This is a course about the Old Testament theology. It treats the Old Testament as an anthology of theological writings reflecting variously on God’s relationship with human beings, an anthology that is authoritative for the
life of the church. This is an intensive course tentative running from June 1 to July 16, 2013.
THEO5952
Special topic on Theological Studies I:
Toward a theology of the Holy Spirit
E
Dr. Harold Hunter
MON
TUE
WED
2:30pm – 5:15pm
ELB207
The course is designed to provide a theological understanding of Christian beliefs about the Holy Spirit that is global in scope and ecumenical in character. Topics include the growth of pneumatological traditions, views of
leading theologians on Twentieth-century pneumatology, Pentecostal and Evangelical pneumatologies, the question of “Spirit-Baptism”, “Spirit Christologies”, traditional, contextual and intercultural interpretations of the Holy
Spirit. The core issue is the corporate indwelling of the Holy Spirit. Our traditional emphasis on the indwelling of the Holy Spirit of individuals has sometimes led to spiritual pride or even contempt of church authority. This
course seeks to find out whether a Word-centered corporate indwelling of the Holy Spirit is the way out for pneumatology in the modern world.
Dr. Harold Hunter is a theologian and ecumenist who serves the International Pentecostal Holiness Church as Director of IPHC Archives & Research Center. He created the course “A Theology of the Holy Spirit” in 1982
and has taught this course at schools around the world. In this course, Dr. Hunter is going to provide a structured framework for discussion and put in comprehensible terms how the Holy Spirit really works in the church in
order to make the congregations understand. This is an intensive course running from May 20 to June 18, 2013.
THEO1215/
THEO5303
New Testament Greek I
C&E
Dr. Liu Tsui Yuk
MON,
THUR
7:00pm-9:15pm
SB UG06
The course is a study of elementary New Testament Greek grammar to prepare students to read the New Testament in its original Greek form. This is an intensive course tentative running from May 27 to July 13, 2013.
THEO5933
Media, Popular Culture and Christianity
C&E
Dr. Yam Chi Keung
TUE, FRI
7:00pm-9:15pm
SB UG06
This course is a critical exploration of the intricate relationships between popular media culture and Christianity. While popular culture and the media have long become a daily
reality for many in the world, these have seldom been taken seriously by theologians and scholars of religion. Also, the relationship between popular media and religion (including Christianity) is often overlooked in academic
studies until relatively recent time. We shall reexamine various manifestations of popular culture from Christian theological perspectives, and also probes into the subtle interrelatedness between media culture and
Christianity as an organized religion. This course engages with the vigorously developing interdisciplinary field of media, religion, and culture (MRC) as its wider academic context; at the same time it attends particularly to
the Chinese language popular media and Chinese Christianity in Hong Kong. This is an intensive course tentative running from May 27 to July 13, 2013.
THEO1213/
THEO5301
Hebrew I
C&E
Prof. Tan Nam Hoon
Nancy
MON,
THUR
6:15pm-9:45pm
ELB207
This course is designed to enable students to read Biblical Hebrew. In this course, Hebrew I, students learn starting from the alphabets to the basic forms of Hebrew sentences. Students not only learn how to read simple
sentences from the Hebrew bible, but also pronounce the words. Students will also learn 3 Hebrew songs and learn how to analyze parts of speech in Hebrew. This course follows closely to its textbook, Learn Biblical
Hebrew by John H. Dobson (2005). Hebrew I will cover Lessons 1-13. This is an intensive course tentative running from May 20 to July 4, 2013.
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