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What does Biblical Graduate School of Theology do?

Biblical Graduate School of Theology (BGST) is a charitable organization that provides quality, flexible education in theological studies for individuals from various Christian denominations and backgrounds. Their mission is to equip students with biblical knowledge, critical thinking skills, and interdisciplinary understanding to apply Scripture in their personal lives, churches, and society at large. BGST offers a range of programs that cater to both laypeople and those pursuing professional Christian ministry. They also welcome international students through online learning platforms. In addition to education, BGST engages in public lectures, conferences, and webinars to encourage theological reflection on everyday life. Their services are designed to support churches in Singapore and beyond, fostering a community of godly leaders who can build up the people of God.




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  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1991
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Providing relevant and quality education that draws upon Scripture, Christian tradition, and interdisciplinary studies for a diverse group of students.
  • Encouraging the development of biblical and theological knowledge as well as analytical, critical, and integrative skills in applying the Scriptures to work, Church, and society.
  • Offering flexible programs that cater to adult learners who are prepared to meet the standards of the school, regardless of their academic qualifications.
  • Equipping godly and faithful leaders for professional Christian ministry within churches and other religious organizations.
  • Promoting lay training through various initiatives such as public lectures, conferences, webinars, and online programs that encourage theological reflection on everyday life.
  • Serving as a resource and complement