Tainan Theological College and Seminary
The main college building, constructed in 1903
117 Dongmen Road Section 1, Tainan, Taiwan
Tainan Theological College and Seminary (TTCS; Chinese: 台南神學院; pinyin: Táinán shénxué yuàn) is a private Presbyterian educational institution in Tainan, Taiwan. Founded in 1876 in Taiwan Prefecture by Thomas Barclay, a missionary from Scotland, the seminary is still in operation today.
- C. S. Song, previous principal between 1965 and 1970
- Shoki Coe, also known as N̂g Chiong-hui and C. H. Hwang, the former president of TTCS and the director of the Theological Education Fund of the World Council of Churches
- Loh I-to, the former president of TTCS between 1995-2003 and an honorary fellow of the Centre for the Study of Christianity in Asia, Trinity Theological College, Singapore.
- Kao Chun-ming, presbyterian
- "Introduction". Tainan Theological College and Seminary. Archived from the original on 2007-05-22. Retrieved 2008-07-27. Cite uses deprecated parameter
- Loh, I-to (2012). In Search for Asian Sounds and Symbols in Worship. Singapore: Trinity Theological College. pp. 61–62.
- Poon, Michael (2015). Athyal, Jesudas, M. (ed.). Religion in Southeast Asia: An Encyclopedia of Faiths and Cultures. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. pp. 161–162.
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