Isaac N. Hopper, M.Div. (Asbury Theological Seminary)

'Christ Alone for Salvation': The Role of Christ and His Work in John Wesley's Theology

Isaac began his doctoral research at Nazarene Theological College in January 2009 under the supervision of Dr. Thomas A. Noble (NTC). He currently lives in Brazil, Indiana with his wife Sarah and their two children, where he serves as Pastor of Union United Methodist Church. Isaac's research explores the role of Christ and his work in John Wesley's broader theology and how this changed following his 1738 'evangelical conversion'.

Email: isaac.hopper@gmail.com

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