JUNIOR FELLOWS (GRADUATED) IN WESLEY STUDIES
Klaus Arnold, 'Full and Present Salvation in Christ - Life and Work of Theodur Jellinghaus' (Nazarene Theological College), 2016.
Pierre Banza, 'To "Men of Reason and Religion": John Wesley as an Apologist for "Methodism", with Special Reference to His Debates with Josiah Tucker, Thomas Church, and "John Smith" ' (M.Phil. thesis, Nazarene Theological College), 2010.
Joseph Basappa Suray, ‘Towards a Theology of Universality: John Wesley’s Theological Response to Class Distinctions and Its Relevance to Caste Distinctions’ (NTC), 1999. Published as Towards a Theology of Universality: John Wesley's Socio-economic, Political and Moral Insights on British Class & Indian Caste Distinctions (Christian World Imprints, 2015).
Cary Balzer, 'John Wesley's Developing Soteriology and the Influence of the Caroline Divines' (NTC), 2005.
Deirdre Brower Latz, 'A Contextual Reading of John Wesley's Theology and the Emergent Church: Critical Reflections on the Emergent Church Movement in Respect to Aspects of Wesley's Theology, Ecclesiology and Urban Poverty' (University of Manchester), 2009.
Michael T. Burns, 'John Wesley's Doctrine of Perfect Love as a Theological Mandate for Inclusion and Diversity' (NTC), 2009.
Kiyeong Chang, 'Sinai and Calvary: A Critical Appraisal of the Theologies of the Law in Martin Luther and John Wesley' (NTC), 2012. Published as The Theologies of the Law in Martin Luther and John Wesley (Emeth Press, 2014).
Jim Coleman, 'The Antithetical Homiletic of John Wesley’s Sermons on Several Occasions, I-IV' (Asbury Theological Seminary/NTC), 2016.
Hunter Dale Cummings, 'John Wesley’s Sources and Theology for Works of Mercy' (NTC), 2014.
Joseph W. Cunningham, ‘Perceptible Inspiration: A Model for John Wesley’s Pneumatology’ (NTC), 2010. Published under the title John Wesley's Pneumatology: Perceptible Inspiration (2014).
J. Russell Frazier, 'The Doctrine of Dispensations in the Thought of John William Fletcher (1729-1785)' (NTC), 2011. Revised and published as True Christianity: The Doctrine of Dispensations in the Thought of John William Fletcher (1729-1785) (2014).
Karl L. Ganske, 'The Religion of the Heart and Growth in Grace: John Wesley's Selection and Editing of Puritan Literature for A Christian Library' (NTC), 2009.
Geoffrey Griggs, 'An Assessment of Charles Wesley’s Contribution to the Evangelical Awakening', (M.Phil., NTC), 2005.
Tammie Grimm, 'The Practice of Wesleyan Discipleship and Contemporary Adult Learning Theory: Holy and Holistic Transformation for Christian Living' (NTC, 2017).
Geordan Hammond, 'Restoring Primitive Christianity: John Wesley and Georgia, 1735-1737' (University of Manchester), 2008. Revised version published under the title John Wesley in America: Restoring Primitive Christianity (2014).
Maximilian Hölzl, 'The Methodist Movement as Anticipation of Post-Christendom Mission' (M.Phil., University of Manchester/Cliff College), 2013.
Marcie Huson Potts, ‘A Critical Comparison of Theological Method in John Wesley with that of Vladimir Lossky’ (NTC), 2011.
†John Stuart Isherwood, ‘An Analysis of the Part Played by William Seward as Supporter of the Rev George Whitefield in the Years 1738-1740’ (M.Phil., NTC), 1995.
Thomas Glenn Jackson III 'Jack', 'A Wesleyan Theology of Evangelism as Proclamation' (Cliff College), 2009.
Christine Johnson, 'Holiness and Death in the Theology of John Wesley' (NTC/ATS), 2014.
Steve Johnson, 'John Wesley's Liturgical Theology: His Sources, Unique Contributions and Synthetic Practice' (NTC), 2016.
Chris Lohrstorfer, 'Know Your Disease, Know Your Cure: A Critical Analysis of John Wesley's Sources for his Doctrine of Original Sin', (NTC), 2006.
Johnson Makoti, 'Methodist Approaches to Power Evangelism among the Shona People of Rural Zimbabwe' (MPhil, Cliff College), 2012.
Mark K. Olson, ‘Exegeting Aldersgate: John Wesley’s Interpretation of 24 May 1738’ (NTC), 2015. To be published in the Routledge Methodist Studies Series in 2018 as Wesley and Aldersgate: Interpreting Conversion Narratives.
Barbara Prosser, ' "An Arrow from a Quiver" Written Instruction for a Reading People: John Wesley's Arminian Magazine (January 1778 - February 1791)' (University of Manchester), 2008.
John Read, 'Catherine Booth: The Formation of a Salvationist Spirituality' (NTC), 2012. Revised and published as Catherine Booth: Laying the Theological Foundations of a Radical Movement (2013).
Stanley J. Rodes, ‘"From Faith to Faith": The Servant-Son Metaphor in John Wesley’s Theological Thought' (NTC), 2011. Revised and published as From Faith to Faith: John Wesley's Covenant Theology and the Way of Salvation (2013).
David Stark, '"The Peculiar Doctrine Committed to Our Trust": Ideal and Identity in the First Wesleyan Holiness Revival, 1758-1763' (NTC), 2011.
Johan Tredoux, 'Holiness as Love: An analysis of Mildred Bangs Wynkoop’s interpretation of John Wesley’s Doctrine of Christian Holiness' (NTC), 2015.
David Whitworth, 'Missio Dei and the Means of Grace' (Cliff College), 2012.
David Wilson, 'Church and Chapel: Parish Ministry and Methodism in Madeley c. 1760-1785, with Special Reference to the Ministry of John Fletcher' (University of Manchester), 2010. Published as Church and Chapel in Industrializing Society: Anglican Ministry and Methodism in Shropshire, 1760–1785 (2017).
Joseph Wood, 'Tensions Between Evangelical Theology and the Established Church: John Wesley's Ecclesiology' (NTC), 2012.
Timothy R. Woolley, 'A New Appearance on the Face of Things: Retelling the Primitive Methodist Creation Narrative' (Cliff College), 2013.
Stephen Brian Yeich (Brian), 'The Doctrine of Christian Perfection as a Vision for Evangelism' (Cliff College), 2015.