Three courses are offered this college vacation, 10 May to 2 July 2021, to facilitate ongoing theological education. The study of the Bible and of theology is vital considering the times in which we live.
“Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils;... Take heed unto thyself, and unto the doctrine; continue in them: for in doing this thou shalt both save thyself, and them that hear thee.” (1 Tim 4:1,16).
The courses will be taught on campus with live streaming.
Full-time students of FEBC will take the courses on campus at the FEBC Hall.
Part-time or lay students will take the courses off campus, online.
The lectures can be viewed live on the day and time in which they are given. After which the lectures will remain online for convenient access to all students who wish to review the lectures.
All who wish to take the classes, whether for credit or audit, must register online.
ANGELS AND DEMONS
Mondays, 9 - 11am, 1 Credit
Rev Dr Jeffrey Khoo
This course is on Angelology—the study or the doctrine of angels in the light of the Holy Scriptures. What are angels, why do they exist, and what do they do? How did the devil and his demons come into existence? Can Christians be possessed by demons, and can we cast out demons today? These are some of the questions we will seek to answer in this comprehensive study of angels and demons.
JESUS THE MASTER TEACHER
Fridays, 9 - 11am, 1 Credit
Ms Carol Lee
This course is a study of the way our Lord Jesus taught when He was on earth. The objectives of this course are that the student will have a better understanding of the way Jesus taught, reflect on his own teaching method, and seek to emulate the Master Teacher to enhance his own effectiveness in teaching God’s Word.
THE EPISTLE OF JUDE
Wednesdays, 9 - 11am, 1 Credit
Rev Dr Jose Lagapa
This course is an inductive study of the Epistle of Jude in the English Bible with reference to the original Greek text for its interpretation. It will be an expository study of the Epistle verse by verse so as to understand its contents and its relevance for our lives today.
Register online by 18 May 2021!