Olivet Theological College & Seminary, OTCS, launched its summer program last week with aims of enriching students' theological knowledge. The program invites students from other Olivet schools such as business, design, music and Information Technology.
"The program is designed for all students who are interested in doing mission and have passion for evangelization," said Jaihong Min, the program’s student assistant.
There are five courses in total including Systematic Theology I, Systematic Theology II, 20th Century Theology, Introduction to Theology, and Psychology of Religion.
"Our summer program courses are non-credit and through this program we hope to strengthen Olivet students' spiritual wellness and equip them with better understanding about today's Christianity. We hope this can help them perform well in their own respective fields, " declared Dr. Matthias Gebhardt from OTCS.
OTCS has always been striving to provide high-level academic courses and encourage students to develop their full potential, both in and out of the classroom. It also has distinguished faculty and staff members from all over the world with commitment to Jesus Christ as Savior and to each other.
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