Course Description

Greek Exegesis I and II form the second year of the Biblical Greek curriculum. They build on the vocabulary and grammar (morphology and syntax) learned in BG111-112 (Biblical Greek 1 and 2), AND the exegetical method introduced in HE101 (Biblical Hermeneutics and Interpretation). Using various New Testament texts as our “learning sites”, students will develop their ability to read Biblical Greek, and gain further experience in the methods and tools involved in exegeting the New Testament.

Prerequisites and Co-Requisites: The student MUST have completed BG111-112 (or their equivalents). If the student completed BG111-112 more than 2 years ago, a qualifying test MAY be required. For maximum benefit, the student SHOULD have completed HE101.

  • Location

    BGST / Online via Zoom

  • Dates

    Jul: 12, 19, 26
    Aug: 2, 16, 23 ,30
    Sep: 6, 13, 20, 27
    Oct: 4

  • Time



Mr Quek Tze-Ming

Lecturer in New Testament, New Testament Greek & Hermeneutics

Tze-Ming is our Lecturer in New Testament, New Testament Greek & Hermeneutics. 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 where he is researching 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 maintains a lively interest in local food, football, and movies.

Course Curriculum

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    • Biblical Greek Readings & Exegesis I

    • Course synopsis

    • Digital Theological Library

    • BGST Overdrive

    • BGST Library - VLIB

    • Course schedule

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