Mr Quek Tze-Ming
Director in Academic Planning, Lecturer in New Testament, New Testament Greek & Hermeneutics
Tel: 6227-6815 ext 205
LLB (Hons) (National University of Singapore)
Grad Dip CS (Biblical Graduate School of Theology)
MDiv, ThM (Regent College, Vancouver)
PhD Candidate (University of Cambridge)
Mr Quek is a Ph.D candidate in New Testament Studies at the University of Cambridge. His special area of studies is in the use of the Old Testament in the New. After leaving legal practice, he served in student ministry with the Fellowship of Evangelical Students (Singapore). He then commenced theological studies, receiving a Dip. C.S. from BGST, a M.Div and a Th.M from Regent College, Vancouver. He is married to Sharon, and they have two daughters. He serves in the teaching ministry of his church, and maintains a lively interest in local food, football, and movies.
- “The New Jerusalem as God’s Palace-Temple: An Exegetical Study of the Eden-Temple and Escalation Motifs in Rev 21.1-22.5.” (Th.M., Regent College, 2004. Supervisor: Dr. Rikki E. Watts).
- “A Text-Critical Study of John 1.34.” New Testament Studies 55.1 (2009): 22-34.
“I will give authority over the nations”: Psalm 2:8-9 in Revelation 2:26-27.” In Early Christian Literature and Intertextuality. Volume 2: Exegetical Studies. Edited by Craig. E. Evans, and H. Daniel Zacharias. Studies on Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity 14. Library of New Testament Studies. London: T & T Clark, 2009.
Chapel Message on 18 Mar 2010 : The Language of Scripture