Evangel Theological Seminary
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|Євангельська Теологічна Семінарія|
|Affiliations||Kiev Bible Institute|
In 1997 Ukrainian President Kuchma called a meeting of National religious leaders to plan for the 2000 anniversary celebration of the birth of Christ. During that meeting a request was made to the President that property be granted for the building of a church and seminary in the city of Kyiv. As a direct result of this request the mayor of Kyiv appropriated the present site. Plans were drawn, and construction began, and continued for 2½ years until the building was fully completed. Since the beginning of classes in 2002, graduates are now ministering in countries throughout the former Soviet Union and beyond.
Evangel Theological Seminary has more than 27,000 library books, computer aids, audio/video resources and journals both in English and in Russian language.
Also have easily accessible fund of educational material for students not only books but on AUDIO, VIDEO, DVD, CD storages. It is different kinds of teaching programs, courses, lectures, books, commentaries, sermons on Russian, Ukrainian and English languages.
The Seminary offers two degree programs: Master of Arts in Christian Studies and Master of Arts in Bible and Theology which enhances the professional level of students in the area of Pentecostal Theology, teaching and leadership skills.
The ultimate purpose of education in this program is the readiness of graduates to teach on a college level, organize new study programs, plant churches and involvement in local church ministry. Courses can be completed during a 2-year residency. Some classes are also offered at extension sites. To complete the programs: 20 completed courses are required for Master of Arts in Christian studies 24 completed courses are required for Master of Arts in Bible and Theology, for students with BA in Christian studies.