K. Steve McCormick, Ph.D.
Professor of Historical Theology, William M. Greathouse Chair of Wesleyan-Holiness Theology, Nazarene Theological Seminary.
Dr. McCormick has taught at Nazarene Theological Seminary since 2004, before that he taught at Mount Vernon Nazarene University, Eastern Nazarene College, and Europaische Nazarener Theologische Seminar in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. His main research interests include Systematic Theology and Historical Theology. He is currently working on a book entitled: The Theology of John Wesley: Truine Love & Catholic Spirit.
'Theosis' and 'Methodist Connexionalism' in Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology, 2013.
'Wesley Comes within a Hair's Breadth of Calvinism' in Holiness Today (June 2007).
'The Early Methodism of John and Charles Wesley' in Encyclopedia of History (30 April 2006).
'The Church: Icon of the Holy Trinity? Exploring Ecclesiology Through the Heresies of Love', Weslyean Theological Journal 41/2 (Fall 2006), 227-241.
'Francis Asbury', in Encyclopedia of Protestantism (Routledge Press, 2003).
'The Heresies of Love: Toward a Spirit-Christ Ecclesiology of Triune Love', Wesleyan Theological Journal 37/1 (Spring 2002), 35-47.
'A Trinitarian Paradigm of Theosis: A Context for the Emergence of a Wesleyan Notion of Christ Transfiguring Culture', in Grace in the Academic Community, ed. Maxine E. Walker (Point Loma Press, 1996).
'The Cross of Discipleship', in Biblical Resources for Holiness Preaching: From Text To Sermon, ed. H. Ray Dunning vol. 2 (Beacon Hill, 1993).