Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Tan Kim Huat's commentary on Mark's gospel, and Leow Theng Huat's commentary on P. T. Forsyth's theodicy

These two books finally arrived at our shore. Just got a copy of each from Trinity Theological College's Administration Office.


The Gospel According to Mark (Asia Bible Commentary Series). 
Tan Kim Huat is the Chen Su Lan Professor of New Testament and Dean of Studies of Trinity Theological College, Singapore. He is also the author of Zion Traditions and the Aims of Jesus (Cambridge University Press, 1997). 

I took his New Testament Exegesis course last semester. I'm now going through his New Testament Theology class. He is an excellent communicator, hence an excellent teacher and preacher.


The Theodicy of Peter Taylor Forsyth: A "Crucial" Justification of the Ways of God to Man.
Leow Theng Huat is a Lecturer in Theology at Trinity Theological College, Singapore. This is his first monograph, based on his doctoral thesis.

Last semester, I was in his Historical Theology I class. Now in his Historical Theology II class. Wrote an essay on John Damascene's theology of religion under him. His knowledge on early theological controversies on Trinity, Christology, and Pneumatology is impressively vast and deep.

3 comments:

Martin Yee said...

Sze Zeng,

Thanks for tipoff!

Looks good! Where to buy them?

Sze Zeng said...

Hi Martin,

The only place that I know is TTC's Administrative Office. :)

reasonable said...

That means it is time for me to travel to TTC