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Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary
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Pushcha-Vodytsia Kyiv Ukraine
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PO Box 8 Kyiv Ukraine 04075

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  1. Master of Theology in Pentecostal and Charismatic Issues

    1. A part-time Master’s Program consists of:

      • Academic modules (two-week session consisting of two courses), twice a year;

      • Research projects writing in three spheres: theology, history and mission of Pentecostal and Charismatic movements.

      • Reading of the books of three spheres (theology, history and mission of Pentecostal and Charismatic movements), their analysis in the form of critical research (1200 words)

      • Individual consultation with teachers and leaders of the research projects.

    2. Distinctive characteristic of the program:

      • An opportunity to work with sources in archives of the research center on History of Evangelical movements during period from 1850 to 1980.

      • An opportunity to carry on a highly qualified research.

      • Curator-ship and consulting of specialists on the topic.

      • Master-classes with the key leaders of Pentecostal and Charismatic movements.

    3. Period of studying

      • From 2,5 to 5 years



  2. Mission and vision of the program

    1. Vision of the program

      • Research and understanding of formation and development of Pentecostal and Charismatic movements with the object of edifying local church leaders in their theology and philosophy of ministry.

    2. Mission of the program

      • Learning and research of history and mission, and practical use of the principles of Pentecostal and Charismatic theology with the object of the leaders’ preparing for effective ministering in churches and society.

    3. Principal accents:

      • Learning theology: faith strengthening.

      • Learning history: foundation for inspiration.

      • Learning mission: motivation for ministry.



  3. Learning outcomes

    1. Character

      • spiritual maturity

      • character wholeness

      • faithfulness to the biblical principles

      • obedience to the Holy Spirit

    2. Knowledge

      • knowledge of the biblical foundation for acceptation of the work of the Holy Spirit in life and ministry

      • understanding and use of the gifts of grace in church

      • understanding of the Holy Spirit manifestation in church history

      • understanding reasons and influences of the spiritual revivals in the history of Christianity.

    3. Skill

      • Ability to differ work of the Holy Spirit from the works of the flesh.

      • Being open to the manifestation of the gifts of the Holy Spirit in own life and ministry.

      • Ability to use the experience of the previous generations in modern mission.

      • Ability to teach sound teaching in the light of the Word of God.



  4. A list of courses


  5. Name of the course

    Date

    Number of credits

    1. Teaching on gifts in Church History

    1-2 July 2013

    10 academic credits

    2. The Holy Spirit in the Bible

    1-2 July 2013

    10 academic credits

    3. Modern to the gifts of the Holy Spirit

    20-24 January 2014

    10 academic credits

    4. History of revivals

    27-31 January 2014

    10 academic credits

    5. Practice on the gifts of the Holy Spirit today

    30 – 4 July

    10 academic credits

    6. History and Mission of the Pentecostal-Charismatic movements -1

    7-11 July 2014

    10 academic credits

    7. History and Mission of the Pentecostal-Charismatic movements -2

    19-23 January 2015

    10 academic credits

    8. Identity of the Pentecostal-Charismatic movements

    26-30 January 2015

    10 academic credits

    9. Diploma research

     

    40 academic credits


  6. Employees of the program and its structure

    1. Sergey L. Flugrant

      • A program dean, teacher. The Dean is responsible for the whole program. Academic, strategic and spiritual development of the program is his duty. Organization of the whole academic process: work with the teachers, planning of the academic calendar, pedagogical board formation, program development and accreditation.
    2. Oleg V. Bornovolokov

      • Dean assistant, teacher.

  7. A list of possible teachers: board of the UETS, national and international ones.


  8. Name of a teacher

    Teacher’s qualification

    Courses

    Sergei L. Flugrant

    Master’s degree on Pentecostal and Charismatic research

    Modern approaches and practice of the Holy Spirit gifts

    Dr. Vladimir I. Franchuk

    Doctor of Sociological Sciences

    “History and Mission” of the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements

    Dr. Keith Warrington

    Professor of the New Testament

    The Holy Spirit in New Testament

    Oleg V. Bornovolokov

    Master’s degree on History

    Teaching on the gifts in Church History

    History of Revivals

    “History and Mission of Pentecostal and Charismatic movements”