1st YEAR COURSE
Pentecostal Studies: Pentecostal and charismatic forms of Christianity may be seen as an extension of 19th century Protestant mission making use of a combination of holiness, Methodist and revivalistic doctrine and practice. The early spread of Pentecostalism, its consolidation into denominations, and its variant ecclesiologies and missiologies in Africa, Latin America and the UK have produced a range of Pentecostal-type churches. The post-1945 development of Pentecostalism, and the impact of the charismatic movement and the new apostolic movement, has seen diversification increase.
2nd YEAR COURSE
Mission of Jesus: This module studies the life and teaching of Jesus and explores, mainly through the text of the Gospels, the outline of his mission and its accomplishment. It will also look at some elements of Christology such as the incarnation and atonement.