J. Russell Frazier, M.Div., (Asbury Theological Seminary) 'The Doctrine of Dispensations in the Thought of John William Fletcher (1729-1785)' (NTC), 2011.
Russell Frazier has been involved in full-time Christian ministry for over thirty years. He have served as a pastor for over 20 years, a Christian college lecturer for five years, and, for over seven years, he and his wife, Carla, served as missionaries in central Africa. They lived in Kigali, Rwanda and ministered to not only in Rwanda, but also in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Burundi as well. He has served as an adjunct professor for Ohio Christian University and for West Africa Theological Seminary. He joined the faculty of Africa Nazarene University in January 2015.
True Christianity: The Doctrine of Dispensations in the Thought of John William Fletcher (1729-1785). Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2014; James Clarke & Co, Ltd., 2014.
Co-authored with Randy L. Maddox, “Joseph Benson's Initial Letter to John Wesley Concerning Spirit Baptism and Christian Perfection,” Wesley Theological Journal. vol. 48, no. 2, (Fall 2013): 60-77.
“Fletcher and His Unpublished Correspondence with Revd Beale,” Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society. vol. 53, part 2 (May 2011): 72-75.
“John Wesley’s Covenantal and Dispensational View of Salvation History,” Wesley and Methodist Studies, vol. 1. (Didsbury Press: Manchester, England. January 2009): 33-54.