Philip Meadows, Ph.D.
Senior Research Fellow, Nazarene Theological College
Rev Dr Meadows supervises Ph.D. students in Wesleyan studies and missiology. He is director of the Inspire Movement, an ecumenical and international network of Christians who are committed to developing shared discipleship in the Wesleyan spirit. He is past president of the Wesleyan Theological Society, and has served on the faculties of Cliff College, Garrett-Evangelical Seminary, and Westminster College, Oxford. His current research and publication interests seek to combine theology and spirituality in the Wesleyan tradition with challenges of discipleship, leadership and mission in the contemporary church.
Select Recent Publications
Remembering Our Baptism: Discipleship and Mission in the Wesleyan Spirit (Discipleship Resources, 2018).
'Mission and Discipleship in a Digital Culture', Mission Studies 29 (2012).
The DNA of Discipleship (Grove Books, 2013).
Windows on Wesley, Wesleyan Theology in Today's World (ed.) (Westminster Press, 2001)
Past Supervision: Tammie Grimm, George Lings, Martin Hill, Thomas Glenn Jackson III, David Whitworth, Maximilian Holzl, Michael Gehring, Usman Habib, John Hograth, Deji Okegbile, Richard Saunders-Hindley, Brian Yeich