Associate Professor of Theology and Wesleyan Studies;
Director of the Center for Evangelical United Brethren Heritage
1 | What Do You Like Most about Teaching at United?
One of the things I like best about teaching at United is the strong sense of a common purpose and vision shared by faculty and students alike. We really are working together for the renewal of the church in the late modern west!
2 | Tell Us about A Significant Project You’ve Worked on Outside of Teaching for United.
Most recently, I co-edited the Cambridge Companion to John Wesley with Randy L. Maddox (Duke Divinity School). This volume features contributions by leading scholars from a range of academic disciplines in the United States and the United Kingdom. It has recently been chosen for a major book award.
3 | Any Advice for Current and Incoming Students?
It has been said that seminary is a place in which we love God with all of our minds. Let it also be a place in which you love God with all of your heart, soul, and strength.