Topical Winter Seminar for Ministers
I. On the Constitutional Orders (1556) Regulated in the English Church at Geneva.
1. Ecclesiasticsl Orders of the Reformed (Presbyterian) Churchs in the 16th and 17th Centuries. (Speaker: Rev. Dr Jin-Kuk Kim)
2. On Relations of the constitutional orders regulated by the English Church at Geneva to those of Calvin¡¯s Geneva Church. (Speaker: Rev. Prof. Young-Kyu Kim)
II. The Devout Lives of the Reformed Christians and Subjects of their Thinking, so nearby as We Can Learn from Calvin¡¯s Municipal Church and English Church at Geneva (Practices and Free Talking).
1. Father¡¯s or Mother¡¯s Platforms without Regard to the Economic Hype Cycle of the Christian Family.
2. Times and Forms of the Daily Prayers.
3. Reading of the Scriptures and Singing of Psalms in the Daily Life and Public Worship of God.
4. On the Public Confessions, their Catechism and Ecclesiastical Discipline.
5. Rumination of Christian Thinking I: Distinguishing the Concept of Absolute Zero in Itself from Concepts of Absolute Zero for Building Quantum Computer.
6. Rumination of Christian Thinking II: On Time and Space
Spring Semester for Ministers
l Latin grammar course X (Rev. Ji-Soo Jung, Ph.D. Candidate - All but Dissertation)
l Petrus Molinaeus(1568-1658)'s theological standpoints showed in his Latin monograph "Anatome Arminianismi seu, Enucleatio Controversiarum quae in Belgio agitantur, super doctrina De Providentia: De Praedestinatione, De morte Christi, De natura & Gratia (Lugduni-Batavorum M.DC. XIX)" and the theological controversies confirmed by "Acta synodi nationalis" X ( Rev. Prof. Young-Kyu Kim)
l The Latin original text of the Hungarian "Confessio ecclesiae debreciensis"(1562) and its historical location in the advancement of the reformed theology IX ( Rev. Prof. Young-Kyu Kim)
Topical Summer Seminar for Ministers and Educational Program for Christian Families
Fall Semester for Ministers
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