Based on the Bestselling History of Redemption Series Book 5, The Promise of the Eternal Covenant (God’s Profound Providence as revealed in the third period of the genealogy of Jesus).

About Book 5:

The fifth book deals with the third period of the genealogy of Jesus Christ recorded in Matthew 1, which spans fourteen generations from the Babylonian exile to Jesus Christ. With some amazing charts and historical insights, this book sheds light upon the labyrinth-like history of the 600 years before Jesus’ birth.

This book has systematically organized and presented a Bible-based timeline containing the course of the vast world history that unfolds through the histories of Assyria, Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Rome. The book clearly reveals that the history of the world is tantamount to the history of redemption.

Find out more about The Promise of the Eternal Covenant

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Samuel Kim

Rev. Samuel Kim is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Zion Church in Singapore, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific.

A pastor deeply-rooted in the Word of the Bible and a fervent preacher of God’s redemptive message, Rev. Kim is also a member of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

  • B.A., Religious Studies, Westmont College, USA
  • M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
  • D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary, USA

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Speaker: Rev. Dr. Samuel Kim

Rev. Samuel Kim is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Zion Church in Singapore, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific. A pastor deeply-rooted in the Word of the Bible and a fervent preacher of God’s redemptive message, Rev. Kim is also a member of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

  • B.A., Religious Studies, Westmont College, USA
  • M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
  • D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary, USA

Based on Book Two of the
History of Redemption Series –
The Covenant of the Torch 

The first book in the History of Redemption series, The Genesis Genealogies, ends at the first appearance of Abraham, which marks the inauguration of a new phase in redemptive history.

In the second book of the series, The Covenant of the Torch, the grand plan of God to save all mankind through Abraham is developed in full earnest.

The “covenant of the torch” which God established with Abraham, promises, “in the fourth generation your descendants will come back here.”

The exodus and the wilderness journey mapped out
for the first time in history.

This book presents the 42 camp sites of the 40‐year wilderness journey along with
the historical events that took place at each site, their spiritual meanings, and the
lessons that can be gleaned by believers today.

Find out more about
The Covenant of the Torch
The Author Rev. Dr. Abraham Park 

REGISTER NOW

No course fees, free-will offering will be collected.

 

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Samuel Kim

Rev. Samuel Kim is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Zion Church in Singapore, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific. A pastor deeply-rooted in the Word of the Bible and a fervent preacher of God’s redemptive message, Rev. Kim is also a member of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

  • B.A., Religious Studies, Westmont College, USA
  • M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
  • D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary, USA

Based on Book Three of the History of Redemption Series –
The Unquenchable Lamp of the Covenant

This book examines in detail the first fourteen generations of the genealogy of Jesus Christ according to the Gospel of Matthew (Matt 1:1‐17), revealing how God was at work in redemptive history to guide it toward its fulfillment. It provides explanation about the omitted generations in this genealogy and its significance to our life of faith.

Other key stories of the book include: The life and circumstances of the 12 judges of Israel, the dramatic story of David’s flight from King Saul and his ascension to the royal throne.

Find out more about
The Unquenchable Lamp of the Covenant

The History of Redemption Series unravels the mysteries hidden in the names, lives, and years of the biblical genealogies. The mysteries of the Bible are being revealed and organized for the first time ever by Rev. Dr. Abraham Park, the Author of the History of Redemption Series. Studying from this series will aid you in deepening your understanding and appreciation of Jesus Christ’s redeeming work.

Find out more about the Author and the History of Redemption Series

The seminar is conducted in English, and Mandarin translation is available.

 

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The History of Redemption Book Series

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The Author,
Rev. Abraham Park, D. Min., D.D.

About History of Redemption Seminars and Workshops
More than 1,000 History of Redemption series seminars and workshops were held in over 200 cities across 45 different countries (among which were the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Ghana, Sri Lanka, India, Singapore, Canada, Nepal, and Thailand). Even today, seminars are being requested and held in great success. Through these seminars, even many non-Christians have experienced a change of heart and are continuing to study the Bible.

SPEAKER’S PROFILE

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Andrew Pak

Rev. Andrew Pak is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Evergreen Presbyterian Church in New York, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series in the United States and in United Kingdom. Rev. Pak is also the Director of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

  • B.A., California State University, USA
  • M.A., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
  • D.BS., Berit Theological Seminary and Graduate School

Based on Book Two of the
History of Redemption Series –
The Covenant of the Torch 

The exodus and the wilderness journey mapped out
for the first time in history.

This book presents the 42 camp sites of the 40‐year wilderness journey along with
the historical events that took place at each site, their spiritual meanings, and the
lessons that can be gleaned by believers today.

Find out more about
The Covenant of the Torch
The Author Rev. Dr. Abraham Park 

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Andrew Pak

Rev. Andrew Pak is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Evergreen Presbyterian Church in New York, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series in the United States and in United Kingdom. Rev. Pak is also the Director of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

B.A., California State University, USA
M.A., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
D.BS., Berit Theological Seminary and Graduate School

SINGAPORE
Venue: The Bible House, Level 4 Seminar Room 7 Armenian St., Singapore 177993
AFTERNOON 2-4PM Books 4-6 Lecture Series
DATE* LECTURE SERIES LESSON TITLES* REGISTRATION
22 February
Thursday
Lecture 7
Book 4 Series
> Summary of the kings in the 2nd period of Jesus’ genealogy
> Assessment of the kings in the 2nd period of Jesus’ genealogy
 

 

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22 March
Thursday
Lecture 8
Book 4 Series
> Mysteries of Solomon’s Temple
> Kings Omitted from the 2nd period of Jesus’ genealogy
26 April
Thursday
Lecture 9
Book 5 Series
> History of Redemption and the Covenant of God
> Summary of the kings in the 3rd period of Jesus’ genealogy
26 July
Thursday
Lecture 10
Book 5 Series
> Daniel’s prophecy and the transitions of the world history
> The Babylonian Captivity and the Return
30 August
Thursday
Lecture 11
Book 6 Series
> Introduction and duties of the High Priest
> History of the high priests
27 September
Thursday
Lecture 12
Book 6 Series
> Garments of the High Priest
> High Priest’s duties on the Day of Atonement
EVENING 7:30-9:30PM Books 1-3 Lecture Series
DATE* LECTURE SERIES LESSON TITLES* REGISTRATION
1 March
Thursday
Lecture 1
Book 1 Series
> Introduction to the History of Redemption and Genealogies
> Genesis 5 Genealogy and Enoch
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5 April
Thursday
Lecture 2
Book 1 Series
> Cain’s genealogy (Genesis 4)
> Genesis 11 Genealogy and Abraham
**31 May
Thursday
Lecture 3
Book 2 Series
> Introduction to the Covenant of the Torch and Its Fulfillment
> Significance of Joseph’s life
12 July
Thursday
Lecture 4
Book 2 Series
> Wilderness Journey I
> Wilderness Journey II  
16 August
Thursday
Lecture 5
Book 3 Series
> Introduction to Jesus’ genealogy
> Comparison of the two genealogies of Jesus
6 September
Thursday
Lecture 6
Book 3 Series
> Women in Jesus’ Genealogy
> Omitted Generations in the First Period of Jesus’ Genealogy

*Date, venue and lesson titles subject to changes
**31 May is the new date for lecture 3 (it was previously 10 May)

SINGAPORE
Venue: Pentecost Methodist Church 4 Pasir Ris Drive 6, Singapore 519420

RETURN to BIBLE SERIES 8-10PM

DATE* COURSE LESSON TITLES*
1 February Thursday Course 1 Introduction to the History of Redemption and Genealogies
8 February Thursday Course 1 Genesis 5 Genealogy and Enoch
22 February Thursday Course 1 Genesis 11 Genealogy and Abraham
8 March Thursday Course 1 Cain’s genealogy (Genesis 4)
DATE* COURSE LESSON TITLES*
20 March Tuesday Course 2 Introduction to the Covenant of the Torch and Its Fulfillment
3 April Tuesday Course 2 Wilderness Journey I
19 April Thursday Course 2 Wilderness Journey II
3 May Thursday Course 2 Significance of Joseph’s life
DATE* COURSE LESSON TITLES*
28 June Thursday Course 3 Introduction to Jesus’ genealogy
10 July Tuesday Course 3 Comparison of the two genealogies of Jesus
26 July Thursday Course 3 Omitted Generations in the First Period of Jesus’ Genealogy
7 August Tuesday Course 3 Women in Jesus’ Genealogy
DATE* COURSE LESSON TITLES*
23 August Thursday Course 4 Summary of the kings in the 2nd period of Jesus’ genealogy
4 September Tuesday Course 4 Assessment of the kings in the 2nd period of Jesus’ genealogy
20 September Thursday Course 4 Kings Omitted from the 2nd period of Jesus’ genealogy
4 October Thursday Course 4 Mysteries of Solomon’s Temple

*Date, venue and lesson titles subject to changes

LOS ANGELES, USA
July Summer holidays, Annual HORA YOUTH Conference
DATE EVENT TIME VENUE REGISTRATION
4-7 July
Wednesday – Saturday
HORA Youth Conference
For Middle school, High school and College students, and young adults
TBC Evergreen Hill Church, Los Angeles Register NOW

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Speaker: Rev. Dr. Samuel Kim

Rev. Samuel Kim is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Zion Church in Singapore, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific. A pastor deeply-rooted in the Word of the Bible and a fervent preacher of God’s redemptive message, Rev. Kim is also a member of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

  • B.A., Religious Studies, Westmont College, USA
  • M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
  • D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary, USA

Based on Book One – The Genesis Genealogies of the History of Redemption Series

Genesis Chapter 5:1 says…
This is the book of the genealogy of Adam. In the day that God created man, He made him in the likeness of God. (Gen 5:1 NKJ)

There is only one chapter, and the ten generations are only spoken in twenty-four verses, why does Genesis 5:1 call it a “book”?

God said to Adam, if you ate from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil you will surely die. Did Adam die after eating the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil? Why didn’t he die? He lived a pretty long life of 930 years, why?

Find out more about The Genesis Genealogies.

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No course fees, free-will offering will be collected.

 

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Samuel Kim

Rev. Samuel Kim is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Zion Church in Singapore, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific. A pastor deeply-rooted in the Word of the Bible and a fervent preacher of God’s redemptive message, Rev. Kim is also a member of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

  • B.A., Religious Studies, Westmont College, USA
  • M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
  • D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary, USA

S P E A K E R S

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Speaker: Rev. Dr. Samuel Kim

Rev. Samuel Kim is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Zion Church in Singapore, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific. A pastor deeply-rooted in the Word of the Bible and a fervent preacher of God’s redemptive message, Rev. Kim is also a member of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

  • B.A., Religious Studies, Westmont College, USA
  • M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
  • D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary, USA

Rev. Dr. James Park

Rev. James Park is currently serving as the overseeing Pastor for Shiloh International Missions, the International English speaking ministry and the Young Adults Department of Pyungkang Che-il Church, Korea.

  • Ed. in Christian Education, Tyndale University Seminary
  • M.Div., Reformed Graduate University and Seminary
  • D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary
  • D.Bs., Berit Theological Seminary

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Based on Book One – The Genesis Genealogies of the History of Redemption Series

Genesis Chapter 5:1 says…
This is the book of the genealogy of Adam. In the day that God created man, He made him in the likeness of God. (Gen 5:1 NKJ)

There is only one chapter, and the ten generations are only spoken in twenty-four verses, why does Genesis 5:1 call it a “book”?

God said to Adam, if you ate from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil you will surely die. Did Adam die after eating the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil? Why didn’t he die? He lived a pretty long life of 930 years, why?

Find out more about The Genesis Genealogies.

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Samuel Kim

Rev. Samuel Kim is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Zion Church in Singapore, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific. A pastor deeply-rooted in the Word of the Bible and a fervent preacher of God’s redemptive message, Rev. Kim is also a member of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

  • B.A., Religious Studies, Westmont College, USA
  • M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
  • D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary, USA

Based on the Bestselling History of Redemption Series Book 5, The Promise of the Eternal Covenant (God’s Profound Providence as revealed in the third period of the genealogy of Jesus).

About Book 5:

The fifth book deals with the third period of the genealogy of Jesus Christ recorded in Matthew 1, which spans fourteen generations from the Babylonian exile to Jesus Christ. With some amazing charts and historical insights, this book sheds light upon the labyrinth-like history of the 600 years before Jesus’ birth.

This book has systematically organized and presented a Bible-based timeline containing the course of the vast world history that unfolds through the histories of Assyria, Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Rome. The book clearly reveals that the history of the world is tantamount to the history of redemption.

Find out more about The Promise of the Eternal Covenant

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Samuel Kim

Rev. Samuel Kim is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Zion Church in Singapore, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific.

A pastor deeply-rooted in the Word of the Bible and a fervent preacher of God’s redemptive message, Rev. Kim is also a member of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

  • B.A., Religious Studies, Westmont College, USA
  • M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
  • D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary, USA

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REGISTER NOW

No course fees, free-will offering will be collected.

Based on Book One – The Genesis Genealogies of the History of Redemption Series

Genesis Chapter 5:1 says…
This is the book of the genealogy of Adam. In the day that God created man, He made him in the likeness of God. (Gen 5:1 NKJ)

There is only one chapter, and the ten generations are only spoken in twenty-four verses, why does Genesis 5:1 call it a “book”?

God said to Adam, if you ate from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil you will surely die. Did Adam die after eating the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil? Why didn’t he die? He lived a pretty long life of 930 years, why?

Find out more about The Genesis Genealogies.

S P E A K E R S

Introduction to History of Redemption & Genesis Genealogy

Rev. Dr. Samuel Kim

Rev. Samuel Kim is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of Zion Church in Singapore, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific. A pastor deeply-rooted in the Word of the Bible and a fervent preacher of God’s redemptive message, Rev. Kim is also a member of the English translation team for Rev. Dr. Abraham Park’s History of Redemption Book Series.

  • B.A., Religious Studies, Westmont College, USA
  • M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea
  • D.Min., Knox Theological Seminary, USA

Genesis 5 Genealogy & Enoch

Speaker: Rev. Dr. David Shin

Rev. David Shin is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of The Lord’s Covenant Church in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific.

  • BTS, University of Oxford, UK (Diploma)
  • Counseling, Lael College, Missouri, USA (B.A)
  • Theology, Reformed Graduate University, Seoul, Korea (M.A)
  • Knox Theological Seminary, Florida, USA (D.Min)

Genesis 11 Genealogy & Abraham

Speaker: Rev. Dr. Yaohan Elnitiarta

Rev. Yaohan Elnitiarta is currently serving as the Senior Pastor of New Covenant Church in Shanghai China, and lectures on the History of Redemption Book Series across the Asia Pacific.

  • Pace University, USA (BA in Business Administration)
  • Reformed Theological Seminary, Korea ‐ MDiv

S C H E D U L E

10am to 11:30am
Lecture 1: Introduction to History of Redemption & Genesis Genealogy, Rev. Samuel Kim

11:30am to 1pm 
Lecture 2: Genesis 5 Genealogy & Enoch, Rev. David Shin

1pm to 2pm 
Lunch

2pm to 2:10pm 
Video presentation of the Author and the History of Redemption seminars

2:10pm to 3:40pm 
Lecture 3: Genesis 11 Genealogy & Abraham, Rev. Yaohan Elnitiarta

Special Lecture based on the bestselling History of Redemption Book Series by Rev. Dr. Abraham Park

The History of Redemption Series unravels the mysteries hidden in the names, lives, and years of the biblical genealogies. The mysteries of the Bible are being revealed and organized for the first time ever by Rev. Dr. Abraham Park, the Author of the History of Redemption Series. Studying from this series will aid you in deepening your understanding and appreciation of Jesus Christ’s redeeming work.

Find out more about the Author and the History of Redemption Series

 

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Based on Book Three of the History of Redemption Series –
The Unquenchable Lamp of the Covenant

This book examines in detail the first fourteen generations of the genealogy of Jesus Christ according to the Gospel of Matthew (Matt 1:1‐17), revealing how God was at work in redemptive history to guide it toward its fulfillment. It provides explanation about the omitted generations in this genealogy and its significance to our life of faith.

Other key stories of the book include: 

The life and circumstances of the 12 judges of Israel, the dramatic story of David’s flight from King Saul and his ascension to the royal throne. And for the first time ever in the history of biblical research, King David’s sites of refuge systematically charted and presented in a map.

Find out more about
The Unquenchable Lamp of the Covenant
The Author Rev. Dr. Abraham Park