Advanced Issues in Hermeneutics
— RLGS 300 (3)
For Pentecostals, few issues are of greater importance than hermeneutics. Today, many scholars within the movement are questioning the need for a distinctly Pentecostal hermeneutic. Can Pentecostals continue to embrace their 'distinctive doctrines' with confidence, even while moving towards a greater acceptance of evangelical hermeneutical practices? Must Pentecostals develop their own hermeneutical approach? Explores the need for a distinctively Pentecostal hermeneutic, and will examine key passages in Luke-Acts to illustrate the various approaches. Prerequisites: RLGS 101, 102, 201, 261/360; offered to students in the PAONL program only.
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