Friday, October 21, 2016

Synoptics 1 - Final Grades

Final Exam Grades (statistics):






























FINAL GRADES

How your final grade was computed:

  • 40% Assignments (3), attendance, Pericope (counted 3x)
  • 30% Midterm Exam
  • 30% Final Exam



#VALUE! Incomplete. Please submit your missing assignment to the Dean's Office, ASAP.
Ramilo - assignment on assignment no. 3
Lloretne - assignment no. 2
Zafra - assignment no. 3

Monday, October 3, 2016

Questions 18 and 19

Questions 18 and 19:
Question 18 - The Mission of the Twelve (Empizo)
Question 19 - Jesus and Beelzebul (Esquillon)

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Guide Questions for the Final Exam in Synoptics I (corrected)

Correction uploaded 9/30/16.

N.B. It's good to have a review-mate or a even a review group.

Download here the exam's format and review questions.

Questions 18 and 19:
Question 18 - The Mission of the Twelve (Empizo)
Question 19 - Jesus and Beelzebul (Esquillon)

Monday, September 19, 2016

Pericope Reporters - Sept 23 and 30

Those to report in class are indicated in red with R. + Date of reporting.

For those who will not be reporting in class, their exegesis written reports must be submitted on or before Sept 26 (Monday) before 5:00 p.m. 




Tuesday, September 6, 2016

On Miracles - essay in The New York Times

To shed light on our discussion on Miracles in the Gospels, here's an enlightening article in The New York Times (Sept 5, 2016).

Title: Pondering Miracles, Medical and Religious
Author:  Jacalyn Duffin
Publisher: The New York Times
Date: Sept 5, 2016
Click here for printable copy.

Comments:
Finally, a decent article in the mainstream media on the Vatican's high bar for miracles, particularly when it comes to healings. Many people--Catholics included--are often surprised by the scrutiny of the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints when it comes to healings, and how many things that most of us would consider "miraculous" are rejected. (Reasons? E.g., Being ascribable to medical treatment, not sufficiently documented by medical professionals, etc.) A hematologist and historian considers her experience with Marguerite d'Youville. - Fr. James Martin, SJ.

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Midterm Exam Grades and Key to the Exam (Part I)

Click on the image to see the statistics of the Midterm Exam marks. Since it's DWSTSA Day on Friday (12 Aug), you can can claim NOW your booklet at the Library. Please inform the rest of your classmates.

Passing score is 40% of the  raw score; or 19/50. Passing grade is not lower than 75% .
N.B. For those who failed (below 75%), there will be a Retake on Friday, August 19. Retake Exam will start at 2:00 pm. The venue is the Arnoldus Hall. Those who pass the Retake will obtain an automatic 75% Midterm Grade; for those who fail, their Midterm Grade is the average of the First and Retake Exams.



































About Me

is the Dean of Studies of the Divine Word Seminary, school of theology, Tagaytay City. He holds a doctorate from the Ateneo de Manila University (Ph.D., 2015) and from the Loyola School of Theology (S.T.D., 2014). He finished his licentiate in Sacred Scripture (SSL, 1999) at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome. He teaches courses on the Bible and Biblical Hebrew language at Divine Word Seminary, Tagaytay City and a visiting professor for the School of Christian Studies at the University of St. Joseph in Macau, China. He served as president of the Catholic Biblical Association of the Philippines (CBAP); as chairperson of the Tagaytay Religious Association (TRA). He is also co-editor for the Diwa: Studies in Philosophy and Theology; founder and director of the Certificate in Theological Studies (CTS) at the Divine Word Seminary; founder and site coordinator of the SVD Tagaytay Alternative Learning System (SVD-ALS), an educational program for the out-of-school youth.