Course Description

Mark’s Gospel – probably the earliest written account of the life of Jesus – is shortest and sharpest of the gospels. Vivid and fast-paced as a story; it is mysterious and challenging as a summons.

Through an exegetical study of Mark, we will experience how the Gospel grabs readers by the collar and confronts them with the big question “What does it mean to follow this Jesus?”; and appropriate the answers for our own Spiritual Formation and Discipleship.


Mr Quek Tze-Ming

Lecturer in New Testament

Mr Quek Tze Ming is the Lecturer in New Testament at BGST. After leaving legal practice, Tze Ming served in student ministry with the Fellowship of Evangelical Students (Singapore). He then commenced theological studies, receiving a DipCS from BGST, an MDiv and a ThM from Regent College. He is presently a PhD candidate in New Testament Studies at the University of Cambridge. His special area of studies is in the use of the Old Testament in the New. Tze Ming serves in the teaching ministry of his church. He is married to Sharon, and they have two daughters. He maintains a lively interest in local food, football, and movies.
  • Location

    Online on Zoom (Live)

  • Dates

    Aug: 10, 24
    Sep: 14, 28
    Oct: 12

    Registration Close Date
    Aug 4, 2023

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