Pentecostal Distinctives and Spirituality

CHRI 302 (3)

Explores Pentecostalism from a theological perspective. It will examine the understanding of the person and work of the Holy Spirit within a Classical Pentecostal theological framework. Special attention will be given to those doctrines for which Pentecostalism is most widely known, such as Spirit baptism (Subsequence and Initial Evidence), healing, worship and the gifts of the Spirit.
Course Code: CHRI 302 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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