Alliance Theology Fall 2021
About this Course
The course examines the origins, growth and life of the Christian and Missionary Alliance in its historical and theological context. Special attention is paid to the denomination’s founder, theological emphases, missionary outreach, and international character.
Course assignments will deepen personal understanding of key spiritual truths and the practical application of these spiritual principles within one’s life and ministry. Specific areas of study in this course include salvation, sanctification, the ministry of healing and Christ’s return as King of Kings and Lord of Lords.
If you are pursuing service or ordination/consecration with the Christian and Missionary Alliance, the course assignments on sanctification and healing will be beneficial as you prepare to meet your district’s requirements.
Note: The successful completion of this course does not fulfill ALL the ordination/consecration requirements of the Christian and Missionary Alliance.
What you’ll learn in this course:
- Articulate the vision, mission and passion embedded within the late nineteenth century history of the Christian and Missionary Alliance, which continues to influence its present calling.
- Identify the Alliance distinctives that have shaped its theological experience with particular attention to sanctification, healing, eschatology and missions.
- Develop understanding of the spirituality, structures and philosophy of ministry of the Christian and Missionary Alliance.
- Appreciate a broadened understanding of the work of the Alliance in the United States and throughout the world.
- Examine the historical, theological and spiritual distinctives of the Alliance.
You can articulate 3 academic credits into Crown College at no additional cost if you successfully complete this course with a demonstrated 80% proficiency. These credits may be applied as free electives toward an undergraduate academic program.