Experience the joy of the good news from a Jewish sage in Galilee called Jesus. Study the texts which Matthew, Mark and Luke composed about him. For the first semester (SS 201) you will learn about the cultures and traditions out of which these gospels were composed; understand the so-called synoptic problem; and engage in the different passages in Mark and Matthew on Jesus’ life, on what he preached and practiced in Galilee, and on his passion, death and resurrection.
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Matthean Pericope Report - Updated Schedule
1. Bibliography on the Gospel of Mathew, click here.
2. Commentaries / Studies on Matthew - electronic sources (ask the professor).
List of Reporters and Dates of Reporting * updated 8/5/16
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.