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THL106

THL106 Introduction to New Testament Studies

By Dr Stephen Lim

THL113

THL113 Being the Church

By Dr Matthew Jones

THL215

THL215 Jesus the Christ

By Prof Gareth Jones

THL316

THL316 The Triune God

By Dr Matthew Jones

THL105

THL105 Introduction to Old Testament Studies

By Dr Stephen Lim

THL111

THL111 Introduction to Christian Theology

By Dr Matthew Jones

THL203

THL218 Christian Ministry 

By Revd Prof John Kater

THL218

THL218 Christian Ministry 

By Revd Prof John Kater

THL545

THL545 Classic Texts in Christian Theology

By Prof Gareth Jones

THL132

THL132 The European Reformations

By Revd Dr Jim West

MHL101

MHL101 New Testament Greek (Level 1)
 

Revd Dr Jim West

MHL201

MHL201 New Testament Greek (Level 2)
 

Revd Dr Jim West

THL132

The European Reformations

The Revd Dr Jim West

DCS001 聖公宗研習導論

DCS001 聖公宗研習導論  

池嘉邦牧師

DCS002 寫作技巧 (二)

DCS002 寫作技巧 (二)

潘靄君牧師

DCH001教會的發展歷史與聖禮的神學

DCH001教會的發展歷史與聖禮的神學

李安業牧師

DBS003 次經導論

DBS003 次經導

劉榮佳牧師

DCS001 聖公宗研習導論  

池嘉邦牧師

DCS002 寫作技巧(二)  

潘靄君牧師

DBS002 新約導論  

潘正行牧師

DCS004 教會歷史導論

李安業牧師

DCS002  寫作技巧(二)

潘靄君牧師

DCS003  聖經研習導論

劉榮佳牧師

DCS005  實踐神學導論

潘靄君牧師

J-Term 2019

Overview

Oldest Church: An Introduction to Coptic Orthodoxy

By Father Markos Fawzy & Dr. Magdy Wahib

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The Orthodox Church: Tradition & Mission

By Dr Dimitry Romanov

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Criminal Law in Christian Ministry

By Mr. Peter Sit

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The Church, Citizenship and Society:What Religion is Doing to Make the world a Better Place 

Dr Andrew Davies

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“Women’s Leadership in the Church”
婦女在教會中的帶領

Prof Angela Wong & Dr Patricia Chiu

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Birmingham & Shanghai Reflection

Ms Elizabeth Hingley

Open Public Lecture

Overview

Tending This Fragile Earth, Our Island Home : The Pope’s Encyclical in Dialogue with Anglican Theology

Revd Prof John Kater

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Tending This Fragile Earth, Our Island Home: The Pope’s Encyclical in Dialogue with Ecomimesis, a Design Model for Conservation Stewardship

Dr Lillian Woo

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Mindfulness: An Ancient Wisdom Practice Meets Contemporary Society

By Revd Prof Mark Williams

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Life in the Spirit: Living with Pentecost

By Dr Andrew Davies

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Where is the Holy Spirit today?

Speaker: Dr. Gareth Jones

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「你說我是誰?」牧養關懷與屬靈操練

講員:梁秀珊牧師

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「投第一塊石頭」學院研經與教會查經有何分別?

講員:劉榮佳牧師

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Why should I care about Church History?

Specker: Dr. Matthew Jones

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Why do Anglicans Study the Bible?

Speaker: Professor Donn Morgan

The Scriptures touch and shape all those who study it— whether in worship, or in teaching, or in preaching, or pastoring, or so much more. These lectures identify special ways in which the Bible has touched and shaped Anglicanism, ways which when taken together and viewed as a whole provide an important and distinctive picture. The impact and shaping of the Bible will be illustrated in the lives and ministries of important Anglican leaders and builders, teachers and scholars, pastors and poets.

Overview

Who wrote the new testament?

Speaker: The Revd Professor John Kater

Nearly every book of the New Testament bears the name of an author, but what do we really know about them? Who were they, where did they come from, and how did their setting shape what they wrote about Jesus and the early Church? This course will look at what we really know about the people we call Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Paul and the others whose names we hear in church week by week.

Week 1:

PAUL

The “real” Paul and his successors

Week 2:

THE FIRST GOSPELS

Q and Mark

Week3:

THE JEWISH CHRISTIAN HERITAGE

Matthew, James, Hebrews, Jude

Week 4:

INTO ALL THE WORLD:

Luke and Acts

Week 5:

JOHN THE ELDER

The Gospel of John and 1, 2, and 3 John

Week 6:

JOHN OF THE APOCALYPSE

The author of Revelation

Overview

An Unofficial History of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui in Four Chapters

Speaker: Revd Dr Philip Wickeri

There is a Chinese tradition of writing “unofficial histories,” written by people who were not historical actors but who were close to the action and who spent most of their time reading and writing. In four lectures, I will offer some sketches of our own “unofficial history” as a church, chosen somewhat randomly, but with a purpose to stimulate interest in history and archival work.

1. From the Diocese of Victoria to the Formation of the Province: An Overview

2. Curious and Inspiring Episodes from the Distant Church Past

3. Accidental Bishop: Sketches from the Life of John Gilbert Hindley Baker

4. The Life of Mind: Theological Education and Lay Training in the Sheng Kung Hui

Overview

耶穌的比喻:一生作主門徒

講員:鄺廣傑榮休大主教

Overview

從信仰角度看

香港聖公會福利協會的事工

講員:李正儀總幹事

Overview

中國傳道之啓發635-1966AD

講員: 湯顯森牧師

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Psalms

Speaker: Professor Donn Morgan

Many have noted, perhaps most famous among them the German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, that the psalms, so obviously written and composed as the words of prayer and meditation to God by singers, sages, prophets and others in ancient Israel, have become God’s Word to us in the Bible. That Word remains centrally important to Jews and Christians all over the world. These lectures first explore the definition, shape, and character of the Psalms as prayer. We will then identify ways in which the Psalms serve as resources for the life of the spirit. Finally, we will study the Psalms as a provider of help and direction in making sense of the world we live in, as a vehicle for opening paths to faithful living and service.

Overview

The Future of Religion

Speaker: The Professor Paul Ballanfat

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Thinking about Angels

Speaker: The Revd Professor John Kater

Angels make their appearance throughout the Bible, from Genesis to the Book of Revelation. Artists from around the world have given us their impression of what angels might look like, but what does the Bible really have to say about these heavenly beings? And what on earth do they have to do with us?

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Seeing the Face of God in Jesus

Speaker: The Revd Canon Gordon Oliver

Week1 : The Face of Jesus in the Story of the Cross

Week2: Preparing for the Passover:

Getting the start of the story in order

Week3: Wrestling with Darkness

Week4: Coming to Judgement

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The Bible in Six Chapters

We all know that the Bible is a book composed of

hundreds, perhaps thousands, of stories, many of which

are well known to us: Noah’s Ark, David and Goliath,

the Prodigal Son, The Conversion of Paul.

But the Bible is also ONE story: the story of God’s

dealings with the world through our spiritual ancestors

the Jews, through Jesus and through the Church that

followed him.

This course of open lectures will offer a way to

approach the Bible as one story written in six

“chapters” – BEGINNINGS, PROMISES, PROPHETS, GOOD

NEWS, SPIRIT ANDENDINGS – and highlight what each

of them tells us about God

Overview

Nationhood and Religion in the Modern World

By : Professor Jocelyne Cesari

Overview

基督教與《易經》對談

謝寶笙博士、郭鴻標博士、鄭守定牧師

THL245

THL245 God and Humanity

By Dr Matthew Jones

THL326

THL326 Theological Ethics

By Dr Matthew Jones

THL511

THL511 Contemporary Approaches to Biblical Studies 

By Dr Stephen Lim

THL519

THL519 Contemporary Issues in Practical Theology
 

By Revd Prof John Kater

THL100

Introduction to Biblical Languages
(Hebrew)

The Revd Dr Jim West

THL106

Introduction To New Testament Studies

The Revd Dr Jim West

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