Pentecostal & Charismatic Theology

Department of Theology and Religion, School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion

College of Arts and Law


Code 25112

Level of study Third/Final year

Credit value 20

Semester 1

Pre-requisite modules None

Other pre-requisites None

Module description

This module examines key current theological and contextual issues relating to the global Pentecostal and Charismatic movements. Particular attention is given to the challenges presented to Christianity, focusing on the concepts of contextualisation, indigenisation, inculturation, spirituality and syncretism as reflected in various forms of Pentecostal movements found in different parts of the world.

Teaching and learning methods

The module will be delivered principally through interactive lectures.