|Teacher||Dr. S. Jenkins|
|Frequency||Every three years|
|Credits||5 ECTS||Workload||125-150 Hours|
|Applicability||This Module seeks to place Pentecostal-Charismatic Theology in the general theological milieu in particular evangelical theology and to investigate the contribution of more recent scholarly academic work. It is essential for all theological modules.
|Course structure||See module and courses|
|Contact time||35-45 Hours||Self-Study||105-125 Hours|
|Participation requirement||See access to the program|
|Content of the Module||A study of the major people, movements, and issues in contemporary religious thought, evaluating them in the light of evangelical Christianity. Seeks to clarify the structure and method of contemporary theological thinking and explores the relationship between contemporary religious thought and the broader intellectual and cultural context of modern life.
This course is intended to provide an overview of the significant people and trends of the theological landscape in the past two centuries. Such an overview will expose students to a variety of theological approaches throughout the world and will thereby more adequately equip students for an understanding of the current theological scene.
A. General Learning Objectives
B. Specific Behavioral Objectives
|Outline||A. The Historical and Philosophical Background of the Nineteenth Century: 1799-1914
B. The Theology of the Word of God: A Theology of Crisis?
C. Christian Existentialism
D. Christian Realism: A Post-Liberal American Theology
E. Roman Catholic Theology after Vatican II (1962-1965)
F. Contextual Theologies: Political Theology & Liberation Theology
G. Process Theology
H. Theologies of Fundamentalism, Evangelicalism, and Pentecostalism(s)
I. The Types of Modern Theology According to Hans Frei
J. Where in the 21st Century?