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Historical Perspectives On the Development of the European Pentecostal Theological Association

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The European Pentecostal Theological Association (EPTA), came into being 16 March, 1979, in a room provided by the Freie Christengemeinde, Vienna, Austria. At that meeting the purpose, goals and modus operandi were chosen along with a name. Officers were elected and charged with preparing a draft of a constitution to be considered at the next meeting.1 Such was the foundation of what should prove to be a very significant movement toward interchange and cooperation in European Pentecostal theological education. In order that the import might be best appreciated, let us briefly consider the history of theological education within the Pentecostal movements of Europe and the move toward significant cooperation.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of University Ministry, Louvain, Belgium


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