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New Course Supplement 2016


REL 19.26 Pentecostalism & Social Change

The study of global Pentecostalism is a rich subject geographically, theologically, and culturally.  This course examines the origins of the tradition and its socio-political context in various regions of the world. Through case studies, history, and theoretical readings, we will explore the roots and routes of Pentecostalism throughout North America, Latin America, Africa, and the Caribbean. In addition to learning about the core doctrines and liturgical practices, the course also addresses the implications of Pentecostalism for race, gender and sexuality, and globalization. Open to all.

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