Contemporary Pentecostal Issues
— CHRI 301 (3)
After experiencing astounding growth in the last 100 years, Pentecostalism now finds itself at many crossroads. With its greater acceptance by the larger evangelical community, influence felt from the wider charismatic world, and changes within, many Pentecostals today question the future of the movement. Explores the theological shifts and trends currently found within the Pentecostalism. Innovations and developments in Western Pentecostal (and Charismatic) theology will be discussed and the merit of these will be examined. Also, the challenges and problems that they pose for Pentecostals in the future will be explored. Prerequisites: CHRI 201 and CHRI 202.
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