Laurence W. Wood, Ph.D. (Edinburgh)
Frank Paul Morris Professor of Systematic Theology and Co-ordinator of the London School of Theology/ Asbury Theological Seminary PhD Program, Asbury Theological Seminary.
Dr Wood has taught systematic theology, contemporary theology, Wesleyan theology, and Wesley studies at Asbury since 1976. He has also taught at Roberts Wesleyan University and Houghton College. His book, Rediscovering John Fletcher As John Wesley's Vindicator and Designated Successor (2003), was the winner of the Smith-Wynkoop 2003 Book of the Year Award presented by the Wesleyan Theological Society. Dr. Wood is an ordained elder in the Kentucky Conference of the United Methodist Church.
The Meaning of Pentecost in Early Methodism, Rediscovering John Fletcher as John Wesley's Vindicator and Designated Successor (Scarecrow, 2012).
God and History, The Dialectical Tradition of Faith and History (Emeth, 2005).
Theology as History and Hermeneutics (Emeth, 2005).
Truly Ourselves, Truly the Spirit's: Reflections on Life in the Spirit (Zondervan, 1989).
Pentecostal Grace (Zondervan, 1984).