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长老宗教会传统探源课全体照,2014年5月

"亚洲加尔文研究院"(简称"亚研")由新加坡长老大会于2014年3月份创立,目的是在新加坡与本区域倡导加尔文及其神学的研究。我们相信这对于加强亚洲教会在改革宗传统的传承方面将有所贡献。

目的

1. 培育训练:让本会教牧、堂会领袖、青年人认识加尔文神学。
2. 进深研究:让教牧研究加尔文神学、释经、讲道、牧会、教会治理等。

异象

策略


亚研筹委会架构

董事局

将来设立董事局,以便更好地筹谋、规划和监管此宗派研究院。

伙伴

三一神学院(TTC)

亚研将与三一神学院合办研究院课程,毕业生将可获得三一神学院颁发的神学硕士学位(MTh)与神学博士学位(DTh)。


三一神学院郑益民牧师(博士)讲课

马来西亚长老会(GPM)

与马来西亚长老会合办研究院,学院将设立奖/助学金,支持该会学生前来本地上课等。




马来西亚长老会长执导师训练班,2015年2月

课程

1. 教牧训练
此乃研究院课程:主要有5大方面

  • 加尔文神学
  • 加尔文牧养事奉
  • 加尔文生平
  • 加尔文讲道学
  • 加尔文与灵修

2. 领袖训练
为长老、执事提供训练课程,巩固信徒领袖的长老宗信仰基础。

3. 青年训练
设青年领袖课程,请大会青年理事会(SYC)负责,特别鼓励即将入伍和进大学的青年人,由教会提供奖学金入住並受训三个月,为将来的接班人打好信仰根基,盼望当中诞生下一代领袖。


2017年亚研教牧神学讲座
2017年6月14日更新

日期 时间 地点 讲题 讲员
7月12日
星期三
上午10时半 - 中午12时 禧年堂 宗教改革运动灵修观之昔与今* 苏立忠牧师/博士
9月13日
星期三
上午10时半 - 中午12时 禧年堂 加尔文与文艺复兴时期的人* 陈长安牧师
10月10日
星期二
下午3时 - 4时半 三一神学院 A comparison of John Calvin's theology of baptism to Martin Luther Rev Dr Samuel Wang
* 华文中会同工会"改教500周年庆讲座"



亚研出版: 学术报告系列



约翰加尔文论扫罗王 - 信心的探索

内容简介
加尔文对扫罗王叙事文的诠释,说明加尔文如何看待信心。信心是什么?是否只有一种信心?信心如何领人得救?如果扫罗王有信心,他为何会不讨神喜悦?作者从《基督教要义》中的一些段落,按加尔文的观点举例说明信心和救恩两者间的正面关系。对信心有清楚的认识,将成为我们事工的帮助。

作者简介
高明发牧师(博士)为新亚学院神学系中文部高级讲师。他曾先后在香港天道书楼担任编辑、新加坡圣安德烈座堂华语部牧会、新加坡远东福音广播公司担任项目经理及环球圣经公会总编辑。他获得以下学位:建道神学院道的教牧学博士(主修领导)、道学硕士(主修中国文化研究)与荣誉神学学士,英国谢尔菲德大学圣经研究文凭。



Calvin and Calvinism - Issues in the Development of Reformed Theology

Synopsis
This lecture explores the relationship between Calvin's theology and that of its subsequent development known as Calvinism in popular parlance. It begins with an account of the way in which the above relationship has been variously construed from its nineteenth century to its most recent twenty-first century interpreters. This is followed by two case studies that serve to illustrate the merits of the most recent interpretation ("the reappraisal") of the relationship between Calvin and Calvinism. The first case study focuses on the use of the scholastic method in the writings of the leading Puritan John Owen (1616-1683), while the second explores the debate among members of the Westminster Assembly on the extent of the atonement. The lecture concludes with some pointers on the contemporary relevance of the subject.

Author
Rev Dr Edwin E.M. Tay is a Lecturer in Theology at Trinity Theological College and a Diaconal Minister in the Methodist Church of Singapore. A graduate of the University of Edinburgh (PhD), the University of London (MA), the Biblical Graduate School of Theology (MCS) and the National University of Singapore (BA), he has made significant contributions in the study of Puritan theology. Notably, he is the author of the book, The Priesthood of Christ: Atonement in the Theology of John Owen (1616-1683) by Paternoster Press and a contributor to the Ashgate Research Companion to John Owens's Theology.



Ordered Freedom under God's Providence - A Calvinistic Exploration

Synopsis
John Calvin is acknowledged to be one of the most influential but controversial figures in modern history. Some scholars depict him as an intolerant leader and a ruthless heresy hunter. Other scholars observe that his followers were the first self-disciplined agents of social and political reconstruction in an age of destructive revolutions.

What cannot be denied is that Calvin's theology represents a coherent system of life, and a comprehensive vision for cultural transformation and right ordering of society. In this regard, Calvin's theology of covenant and positive regard for creation orders offers a social vision of mutual accountability and institutional pluralism characterized with separation, but interdependence between religious and political institutions.

Finally, Calvin's theology of Christian freedom mediated by God's grace and ordered by God's providential care encourages and guides Christians to purposive and disciplined participation in a program for social sanctification, and building of social institutions to serve the welfare of one's neighbors.

Author
Dr. Ng Kam Weng is a Research Director of Kairos Research Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. His doctoral dissertation was published as From Christ to Social Practice: Christological Foundations for Social Practice in the Theologies of Albrecht Ritchl, Karl Barth and Jurgen Moltmann. He lectured on Theology, Ethics and Philosophy. He was a fellow at the Centre for the Study of Christianity in Asia (CSCA) at Trinity Theological College, and at the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies. He is a member of the Center for Theological Inquiry, Princeton.



John Calvin and Allegorical Interpretation

Synopsis

John Calvin has been touted as one of the finest interpreters of Scripture in the Protestant Reformation movement of the 16th century. Yet, when Calvin came into the hermeneutical scene, he found himself standing in the midst of a strong medieval tradition that practiced the fourfold interpretation of Scripture (the Quadriga). This interpretative approach is well summarised in a poem that is cited by the modern French Jesuit, Henri de Lubac: The letter teaches what happened, allegory what you should believe, the moral what you should do, anagogy to what you should aim.

Reacting against such a tradition, John Calvin rejects the traditional practice of "spiritual" exegesis, especially that of allegorical interpretation. He reserves his harshest comments for those who do "violence" to the literal meaning of the text. Yet, there are some who think that Calvin himself uses such methods in his exegetical works. Does he or does he not? This paper examines some key passages where Calvin could have adopted a non-literal approach to biblical interpretation, and explores the possibility that perhaps the great Reformer’s approach to interpreting Scripture is more than meets the eye.

Author
Rev Dr Leonard Wee is New Testament lecturer at Trinity Theological College (TTC), and an ordained minister with the Presbyterian Church in Singapore. He obtained his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Durham, researching on the use of the Narrative Summary in the epistles of Paul. He also holds degrees from the National University of Singapore (B.B.A.) and Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M.), and was a pastor for ten years. He was recently the series editor for the Occasional Papers published by the Asian Institute of Calvin Studies.






 
 




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