Luke's Charismatic Theology

— PENT 0503 (3)

The work of the Holy Spirit has long been recognized as fundamental to the interests of the author of the third Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles, as well as to the life of the early Church. But how does the work of the Spirit relate to Christology, Luke's primary subject? And how does Luke's pneumatology relate to the doctrine of the Trinity, prophecy, speaking in tongues, the spread of the good news, the growth of the Church, church leadership, signs and wonders, unity and diversity, and the like? Attempts to answer to these questions. Prerequisite: BIBL 501. Same as NEWT 733.
Course Code: PENT 0503 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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