|Dr. C. Simpson
|Every three years
|This Module shows the unique development of Pentecostalism in Germany and how this changed through time. It is applicable to the Lutheran Reception, contemporary, and Pentecostal theology modules.
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|Content of the Module
|This module is an in-depth study of the life and ministry of Jonathan Paul, Lutheran Pastor and early pioneer of the Pentecostal Movement in Germany. Much use will be made of primary sources to analyze the growth of the Pentecostal Movement in Germany in the early part of the twentieth century and later developments after World War II.
General Learning Objectives
Specific Learning Objectives
|1. An illustrated Biopic of Jonathan Paul (1853-1931)
2. The Effect of Early 20th-Century Revivals on Germany
3. The Hamburg Conference 1908
4. The Berlin Declaration 1909
5. Growth Despite Opposition 1910
6. The Mülheim Movement
7. Later Developments of German Pentecostalism