Study and become a Pastor @ SAAPT- New Enrollment - Night Classes - Distance Learning- Accredited
Date Listed 16/01/2017
National and international
Preparing students for Pentecostal Ministry
The need for a Pentecostal training
As with other followers of the Christian faith, beliefs and theology are important to Pentecostals, hold to the core doctrines of the Trinity, the Deity of Jesus Christ, and the belief that the Bible is the Word of God. Also like other Christians, they believe the Holy Spirit is the divine, Third Person of the Trinity, co-equal to the Father and Son, who the ascended Jesus sent on the day of Pentecost as recorded in Acts 2.
Pentecostals are united by the belief that after the Holy Spirit applies Christ’s salvation to the sinner, there is another experience available to the believer where the Holy Spirit baptized them, which many believe is evidence by speaking in tongues. Most Pentecostals believe this experience should be the norm for all Christians, whatever their denomination.
Acts 1:8 “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.
Who are we?
SA Academy of Pentecostal Theology is an official registered Tuition Centre for HEBRON THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE.
Hebron Theological College is registered by the Department of Education as a private higher institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997, Registration Certificate No. 2001/HE08/003.
All qualifications offered by Hebron Theological College are fully accredited and registered by the South African Department of Higher Education.
In South Africa all higher education institutions are required to register with the Department of Higher Education (DHET).All qualifications are registered by the South African Qualifications Authority in line with the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). The Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) of the Council on Higher Education (CHE) accredits programs leading to a NQF registered qualification.
All programs offered by South African Higher Education Institutions must be accredited.
The training programme for Christian leaders began in 1962 when Rev. F.H. Burke opened the All Africa School of Theology. In 1981, Dr and Mrs. Fawcett founded Hebron Bible College. Hebron Theological College is a registered Section 21 Company (Registration No. 2000/010415/08).
The vision of SA Academy of Pentecostal Theology (Hebron Theological College) is to provide quality Pentecostal theological ministry training and materials for learners and training organisations.
Pastor Karel Beneke
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