The next Methodist Studies Seminar will take place on Saturday 5 December 2015 on the campus of Nazarene Theological College. The deadline for submitting paper proposals is 15 September 2015.
Cindy Aalders, D.Phil., visiting fellow, 'When I was a little child': Childhood, memory, and eighteenth-century Methodism'
2:00 PM, Nazarene Theological College, Dene Road, Didsbury, Manchester
Emmanuel Centre Room E3.
Wednesday, 17 June 2015
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Glen O’Brien, PhD: ‘John Wesley’s Political Writings: A Global History Approach’
Phil Hamner: ‘The Doctrine of Revelation and Canonical Theism’
Maximilian Hölzl: ‘John Bunyan in his Puritan-Nonconformist Background’
Richard Saunders-Hindley: “‘The Beginning of Heaven”: Wesleyan Expressions of Covenant, Holiness and God’s Eternal Purpose’
Thomas Lau: ‘“You have taught children and infants to tell of your strength!”—The Theological Influences of Uldine Mabelle Utley on John Sung in 1926’
Nazarene Theological College Emmanuel Centre (free entry)
Free lunch will be provided for those who book a place by 14 June by sending an email to:
Nazarene Theological College, Dene Road, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 2GU. Tel: 0161-445-3063.
The following have been appointed as visiting fellows for the Manchester Wesley Research Centre for 2015.
Carol Blessing, Ph.D, from Point Loma Nazarene University continued her research on Mary Fletcher and Mary Tooth and presented a paper at the Methodist Studies Seminary at Oxford in April.
Robert Gailey, Ph.D., from Point Loma Nazarene University will be working on a chapter in a book he is co-authoring with Dr Deirdre Brower Latz on compassionate ministries.
David Bundy, Ph.D., will be researching 'The British Roots of the Korean and Japanese Holiness Churches'
Cindy Aalders, D.Phil., from Lincoln College, Oxford, will be researching the Methodist child in eighteeth-century England.
Glen O'Brien, Ph.D., from Booth College, Sydney College of Divinity, is planning to research John Wesley's political writings.