Recent ACWR Research

Peter Benzie ‘John Wesley, Children, and the Mission of God,’ Aldersgate Papers 10 (2012): 140-150.

Christopher T. Bounds The Doctrine of Christian Perfection in the Ante-Nicene Fathers, under peer review with Peeters Publishing.
___, A Canon of Christian Theology: The Methodist Tradition with Jason Vickers, John Drury, and Natalie B. Van Kirk. London: T & T Clark, forthcoming.
___, ‘A Theology of Leadership for Wesleyans,’ in Leadership the Wesleyan Way, eds. Aaron Perry and Bryan Easley. Lexington, KY: Emeth Press, 2016.
___, ‘Preface’ in Joseph D. McPherson, ‘Just as New as Christianity:’ An Early Methodist Critique of American Holiness Teaching. Orangeburg, SC: Fundamental Wesleyan Press, 2016.
___, (with Jim Lo) Unholiness: Overcoming the Forces that Attack Your Soul. Indianapolis, IN: Wesleyan Publishing House, 2015.
___, ‘Wesleyan Eschatological Implications for the Church’s Engagement with Other Religions,’ Aldersgate Papers 11 (June 2015): 10-32.
___, ‘Apostles Creed,’ ‘Cyril of Jerusalem,’ ‘Irenaeus,’ ‘Nicene Creed,’ ‘Phoebe Palmer,’ ‘Sanctification,’ ‘Sin,’ and ‘John Wesley,’ in Encyclopedia of Christian Education, eds. George T. Kurian and Mark A. Lamport. Rowman & Littlefield, 2015.
___, ‘The Doctrine of Christian Perfection in the Third Century North African Church,’ paper at the International Conference on Patristic Studies, University of Oxford, UK, August 11, 2015.
___, ‘John Wesley’s Direct and Mediated Appropriation of Jacob Arminius,’ paper at The Evangelical Theological Society’s Annual Meeting, November 18, 2015, Atlanta, Georgia.
___, ‘Eschatology,’ in A Wesleyan Trinitarian Theology. Anderson, Indiana: Warner Press, 2013.
___, ‘The Scope of the Atonement in the Early Church Fathers,” The Wesleyan Theological Journal, 47.2 (Fall 2012): 7-27.

Ian Breward ‘Methodist Reunion in Australasia,’ in Glen O’Brien and Hilary M. Carey, eds. Methodism in Australia: A History (Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2015), 119-131.
___, Dr. Harold Wood: A Notable Methodist. Melbourne: Uniting Academic Press, 2013.
___, ‘The Wesley’s Eucharistic Hymns,’ in Sean Winter, ed. Immense, Unfathomed, Unconfined: Essays on the Grace of God in Honour of Norman Young (Melbourne: Uniting Academic Press, 2013), 249-57.

Coralie Bridle, ‘What Must I Think to be Saved? A Study of Cognitive Impairment, Conversion and Citizenship in The Salvation Army.’ Laidlaw College MTh thesis, 2016. Special interest in Disability Studies

Kent E. Brower, ‘Purity in John,’ in Purity: Essays in Bible and Theology, eds. Arseny Ermakov and Andrew Brower Latz (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock,2014), 115-134.
___, ‘Holiness and Community in 1 John,’ in The Path of Holiness: Perspectives in Wesleyan Thought in Honor of Herbert B McGonigle, eds. Joseph W. Cunningham and David Rainey (Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 2014), 127-142.
___, entries on ‘Bible,’ ‘Biblical Metaphors for Salvation’ ‘Biblical Theology,’ ‘Biblical Eschatology,’ and ‘Wesleyan Approach to Scripture,’ in Al Truesdale, ed. Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology. Kansas City: Beacon Hill, 2013.
___, Mark: A Commentary in the Wesleyan Tradition. New Beacon Bible Commentary(Kansas City: Beacon Hill, 2012).
___, ‘Holiness, ‘Legalism’ ‘Righteousness’ in Joel B Green, ed. Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2011).
___, and David B. McEwan, ‘Future Challenges in Wesleyan Theological Education,’ Intelligence and Creation 14 (2011): 87-105.

Jonathan P. Case, entries on ‘Martin Luther,’ and ‘Roman Catholic Church,’ in  Al Truesdale, ed. Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology (Kansas City: Beacon Hill, 2013).
___, review of Charles E. Farhadian, Introducing World Religions: A Christian Engagement (Baker Academic, 2015) in Evangelical Missions Quarterly, October 2016 (forthcoming).
___, ‘Some Hard Questions about the Digital World as the Last Missional Frontier,’ paper presented at Participation in God’s Mission theology conference at Northeast Seminary, Rochester, New York, March 2016.

Joseph ColesonGenesis 1-11 in the New Beacon Bible Commentary. Kansas City, MO: Beacon Hill Press, 2012.
___, ‘To Walk with God, Again,’ and ‘Living Together as Daughters and Sons in God’s Already-But-Not-Yet World,’ Aldersgate Papers 9 (September 2011).

Kenneth J. Collins, (and Paul W. Chilcote), eds. The Works of John Wesley vol. 13: Doctrinal and Controversial Treatises II. Nashville: Abingdon, 2013.
___ (and Jason E. Vickers), The Sermons of John Wesley: A Collection for the Christian Journey. Nashville: Abingdon, 2013.
___, A Wesley Bibliography. Wilmore, KY: Firstfruits, 2013.
___, Power, Politics, and the Fragmentation of Evangelicalism: From the Scopes Trial to the Obama Administration. Downers Grove: IVP, 2012.
___, ‘Scripture as a Means of Grace,’ in Wesley, Wesleyans, and Reading Bible as Scripture (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2012), 19-32.

Adam Couchman, ‘A Trinitarian Investigation of the Nature of Christian Worship in Light of the Worship Offered by Jesus Christ,’ DTheol thesis, Sydney College of Divinity (ongoing).
___, ‘In the Image of the Image’: Theological Anthropology and its Importance for Christian Holiness according to Gregory of Nyssa.’ MA (Aspects of Christian Holiness) thesis, Nazarene Theological College, Manchester, 2011.

Joanna Cruickshank (with Patricia Grinmshaw), ‘Indigenous Land Loss, Justice and Race: Ann Bonn and the Contradictions of Settler Humanitarianism,’ in Zoe Laidlaw and Alan Lester, ed., Indigenous Communities and Settler Colonialism: Land Holding, Loss and Survival in an Interconnected World(London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), 45-61.
___ (with Patricia Grimshaw), ‘Women, Authority and Power on Ramahyuck Mission, Victoria, 1880-1910,’ in Leigh Boucher and Lynette Russell, ed., Settler Colonial Governance in Nineteenth-century Victoria (Canberra: ANU Press, 2015), 165-182.
___ (with Patricia Grimshaw), ‘I Had Gone to Teach but Stayed to Learn: Geraldine MacKenzie at Aurukun Mission, 1925-1965,’ Journal of Australian Studies 39:1 (2015): 54-65.
___, (with Brian Curtis Clark), ‘Converting Mrs Crouch: Women, Wonders and the Formation of English Methodism, 1738-1741,’ Journal of Ecclesiastical History 65:1 (2014): 66-83.
___, ‘The Sermon in the British Colonies,’ in Keith A. Frances and William Gibson, (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the British Sermon 1689-1901 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), 513-529.
___,  ‘Mother, Teacher, Adviser and Missionary: Matilda Ward in North Queensland, 1891–1917, in Fiona Davis, Nell Musgrove, and Judith Smart, Judith (eds), Founders, Firsts and Feminists: Women Leaders in 20th-century Australia (Melbourne:  University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre, 2011), 27-45.
___, ‘Blood, Tears and Race : Moravian Missionaries and Indigenous Bodies in Colonial Australia,’ Interface: A Forum for Theology in the World (14:2): 15-31.

Stuart DevenishSeeing & Believing: The Eye of Faith in a Visual Culture, Eugene, Oregon: Wipf & Stock, 2012.
___, Knowing Otherwise: The Phenomenology of Meaning-change in Christian Conversion. Saarsbrucken: VDM Publishers, 2011.
___, ‘The Contribution of Spirituality to our Understanding of Human Flourishing: the Perspective of Christian Theology,’ in Maureen Miner, Martin Dowson, and Stuart Devenish (eds.) Beyond Well-Being: Spirituality and Human Flourishing. CharlotteNorth Carolina: Information Age Publishing, 2011.

Peter Dobson, ‘An Analysis of the Ministerial Development Process in the Wesleyan Methodist Church of Australia.’ Doctor of Ministry dissertation, Australian College of Theology, 2012.

Brian Edgar, ‘The Goal is Equality.’ Zadok Papers, 202 (2014): 1-12.
___, ‘Human Being and Human Becoming.’ Zadok Perspectives, 123 (2014): 8-11.
___, God is Friendship: A Theology of Spirituality, Community and Friendship Wilmore, KY: Seedbed Publishing, 2013.
___ , ‘Urban Mission as Friendship,’ The New Urban World Journal 2 (May 2013): 75-76.
___ , ‘A Tale of Two Cities: Understanding the Relationship between Christ and Culture.’ The Inaugural Robert Ilses Lecture in ACCatalyst: Assembly of Confessing Congregations within the Uniting Church 7:2 (2013): 7-9.
___, (with Paul Babie, and David Wilson), eds., Public Theology in Law and Life Adelaide: ATF Press, 2012.
___, ‘On the Future of Humanity: Enhancing the Image of God?’ in Brian Edgar, Paul Babie and David Wilson (eds.), Public Theology in Law and Life (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2012), 75-108.
___ , ‘Play,’ in Joel Green, Jacqueline Lapsley, Rebekah Miles, Allen Verhey (eds), Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2011), 595-596.
___ , ‘Worldliness,’ in Joel B. Green, Jacqueline Lapsley,  Rebekah Miles, Allen Verhey (eds), Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Academic 2011), 850-851.
___ , ’Four Views on Church and Politics,’ in Asbury Journal 66:2 (2011), 101-107.

Arseny Ermakov, ‘Separation or Presence?: Reimagining Biblical Theology of Holiness,’ in?Renovating Holiness.?eds. Josh Broward and Thomas J. Oord (Nampa: SacraSage Press, 2015), 148-152. 
___, (with Andrew Brower Latz), eds. Purity: Essays in Bible and Theology. 
Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2014.
___, ‘Purity in the Synoptic Gospels’ in Ermakov and Brower Latz, Purity: Essays in Bible and Theology. 
___, ‘The Holy One of God in Markan Narrative,’ in?Horizons in Biblical Theology, 36/2 (2014): 159-184.
___, ‘Holiness in the Gospel of Mark: Black Cat in a Dark Room?’ in?Wesleyan Theological Journal, 49/2 (2014): 74-85.
___, ‘Church of the East (the “so called” Nestorian Church),’ ‘Coptic Orthodoxy,’ and ‘Icons, Images, Iconoclasm,’ in?Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology. Al Truesdale, ed. Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press, 2013.
___, review of Marcus J. Borg, Meeting Jesus in Mark: Conversations with Scripture (London: SPCK, 2011) in Journal for the Study of theNew Testament, 34:5.

David N. Field, ‘Prevenient Grace and Universal Atonement in the Theology of William Burt Pope,’ Aldersgate Papers vol. 11 (2015): 33- 52.
___, ‘Holiness, Social Justice and the Mission of the Church: John Wesley’s Insights in Contemporary Context,’ Holiness: The Journal of Wesley House Cambridge vol. 1:2 (2015), 177-198
___, ‘The Unrealised Ethical Potential of the Methodist Theology of Prevenient Grace,’ HTS Teologiese Studies/ Theological Studies vol. 71:1, (2015),
___, ‘John Wesley as a Public Theologian: The Case of Thoughts upon Slavery”, Scriptura 114 (2015), 1-13
___, (with Hilde Marie Movafagh, ‘Where on Earth is the Church? (Ekklesia)’ in The Church in God’s Household: Protestant Perspectives on Ecclesiology and Ecology edited by Clive W. Ayre & Ernst M. Conradie. Pietermaritzberg: Cluster, 2016.
___, ‘Über das (Wieder-)Zentrieren der Ränder. Eine Euro-Afrikanische Perspektive  auf die Option für die Armen,’in  Postkoloniale Theologien  Bibelhermeneutische und kulturwissenschaftliche Beiträgeedited by Andreas Nehring and Simon Tielesch (Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2013), 325-350. [Translation of “On (Re)centering the Margins: A Euro-African perspective on the ‘Option for the Poor’”]
___, ‘Biblische Autorität und Christliche Praxis,’ Theologie für die Praxis 27:1 (2012): 23-51.
___, ‘I Believe in the Holy Earthy Church: Toward an Ecological Reinterpretation of the Holiness of the Church,’ Scriptura 111 (2012): 333-347.

Rob Fringer, ‘Paul’s Corporate Christophany: An Evaluation of Paul’s Christophanic References in Their Epistolary Contexts,’ PhD thesis, University of Manchester.
___ (with Jeff K. Lane), Theology of Luck: Faith, Chaos and Faith. Kansas City, MO: Beacon Hill Press, 2015.
___, ‘Dying to be the Church: 1 Corinthians 15 and Paul’s Shocking Revelation about Death and Resurrection.’ Crucible: a Journal of Theology and Ministry 7.1 (2015): 1-15.
___, ‘The Antithetical Identity of the Philippian Opponents and Paul’s Shaping of Eschatological Identity,’ Aldersgate Papers 11 (2015): 94-106.
___, ‘In Christ: Holy-Being and Holy-Becoming by Our Continuous Belonging,” in Thomas J. Oord, Josh Broward, and Jay Richard Ackerman, eds. Renovating Holiness (Nampa: SacraSage, 2015), 209-12.
___, ‘Rome, place of,’ in The Lexham Bible Dictionary. J. D. Barry and L. Wentz, eds. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2012. As found in the Logos Bible study software program.
___ (with Jeff Lane), The Samaritan Project. Kansas City: The House Studio, 2012.

Robert Gribben, (Methodist co-chair and major writer of the report), Into All the World: Being and Becoming Apostolic Churches: A report to the Anglican Consultative Council and the World Methodist Council by the Anglican-Methodist International Commission for Unity in Mission. London: The Anglican Consultative Council, 2014.
___. ‘Living Traditions in the Uniting Church,’ Uniting Church Studies, 20:2 (Dec. 2014): 23-36
___, ‘Living Traditions in the Uniting Church’ (with questions for discussion) in Christopher C. Walker (ed.), Being and Doing Church, A Uniting Church Perspective. Adelaide: Mediacom, 2015
___, ‘Afterword,’ in Carmel Pilcher, David Orr and Elizabeth Harrington (eds), Vatican Council II: Reforming Liturgy (Adelaide: ATF Press, 2013), pp 287-292.
___, ‘The Ecumenical Liturgical Centre1962-1989,’ in Australian Journal of Liturgy 13:3 (2103): 155-165.
___, ‘The Future of Christianity?’ Uniting Church Studies (18:1) June 2012.

Roger Green (with Andrew W. Eason) eds., Boundless Salvation: The Shorter Writings of William Booth(New York: Peter Lang, 2012).
___, (with Jonathan S. Raymond), ‘Our Historical Heritage of Holiness,’ Word & Deed: A Journal of Salvation Army Theology and Ministry 13:2 (May 2011): 5-17.

Geordan Hammond (with David Ceri Jones), eds. George Whitefield: Life, Context and Legacy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
___ (with David Ceri Jones), ‘Introduction,’ in Hammond and Jones, eds. George Whitefield (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), 1-11.
___, ‘Whitefield, John Wesley, and Revival Leadership,’ in Hammond and Jones, eds. George Whitefield: Life (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), 98-114.
___, John Wesley in America: Restoring Primitive Christianity. Oxford University Press, 2014.
___, entry on ‘Radical Reformation’ in Al Truesdale, ed. Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology. Kansas City: Beacon Hill, 2013.
___, (with Peter S. Forsaith), eds. Religion, Gender, and Industry: Exploring Church and Methodism in a Local Setting. Pickwick / Wipf and Stock, 2011.
___, Entries on Richard Allen, Jarena Lee, John Wesley, and George Whitefield for the Dictionary of Christian SpiritualityGrand Rapids: Zondervan, 2011.
___, ‘John Wesley’s Relations with the Lutheran Pietist Clergy in Georgia,’ in Christian T. Collins Winn et. al. eds., The Pietist Impulse in ChristianityEugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2011.

Alan Harley, ‘The Spirit and the Word,’ Word and Deed 14:1 (November 2011).
___, ‘Putting It All in Perspective: A Survey of a Half Century of Doing Theology 1961 – 2011,’ Aldersgate Papers 9 (September 2011): 93-106.

Jennifer Hein, ‘Equality in a Multi-Racial Church: The Experience of The Salvation Army and Indigenous Converts in 19th- century Goolwa, South Australia,’ Australian Journal of Mission Studies 9:2 (Dec 2015).
___, ‘”Abominable Yahoos”: Exploring the Historical Memory of the Beginning of the Salvation Army in South Australia,’  PhD thesis, Flinders University, 2014.
___, “‘Decently and in Good Order’: Nineteenth Century Salvation Army as an Example of the Interface between Religion and Secular Society” in Secularisation: New Historical Perspectives, ed. Christopher Hartney. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.
___, ‘Booth’s Vision: A Historical -Theological Perspective,’ Windows of Opportunity Vol 8.
___, ‘Responsible Research: James Barker, an Adelaide Dock Strike, and the Implications for Mission from Rewriting History,’ Aldersgate Papers 10 (2012): 129-139.
____, ‘A Crisis of Leadership: John Alexander Dowie and the Salvation Army in South Australia,’ Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia 30 (2011).

Caroline Jewkes, ‘Friendship Theology and its Missional Implications for The Salvation Army New Zealand and Fiji Territory,’ MTh thesis, Laidlaw College.

David B. McEwanThe Life of God in the Soul: The Integration of Love, Holiness, and Happiness in the Thought of John Wesley. Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2015.
___, entries on ‘Cult,’ ‘Penance,’ ‘Religious Syncretism,’ and ‘Christian Zionism,’ in Al Truesdale, ed. Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology (Kansas City: Beacon Hill, 2013).
___, Wesley as a Pastoral Theologian: Theological Methodology in John Wesley’s Doctrine of Christian Perfection. Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2011.
___, ‘The Living and Written Word of God: John Wesley’s Reading, Understanding and Application of Scripture,’ Wesleyan Theological Journal 46:1 (Spring 2011), 106-19.
___, and Kent E. Brower, ‘Future Challenges in Wesleyan Theological Education,’ Intelligence and Creation 14 (2011): 87-105.

Tim Macquiban, ‘Names and Sects and Parties Fall: The Wesley’s Practice of (Intra-Faith) Love,’ in Sean Winter, ed. Immense, Unfathomed, Unconfined: Essays on the Grace of God in Honour of Norman Young (Melbourne: Uniting Academic Press, 2013), 192-208.
___, entry on ‘Pseudo-Macarius,’ in Al Truesdale, ed. Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology (Kansas City: Beacon Hill, 2013).

Janice McRandalChristian Doctrine and the Grammar of Difference: A Contribution to Feminist Theology. Emerging Scholars Series. Minneapolis: Fortress, Press, 2015.
___, Sarah Coakley and the Future of Systematic Theology, co-edited with Benjamin Myers. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2015.
___, ‘Gender: Difference, Sin and the Trinity,’ in Speaking Differently: Essays in Theological Anthropology. Phillip Tolliday and Heather Thomson, eds. Canberra: Barton Books, 2013.
___, ‘Subject to Spirit: The Promise of Pentecostal Feminist Pneumatology and Its Witness to Systematics,’ in Pneuma 35:1 (2013): 48-60
___, ‘A Free Man’s World: Open Theism and the Feminist Critique of Autonomy,’ in Aldersgate Papers 9 (2011): 22-32.
___, ‘Sarah Coakley: Systematic Theology and the Future of Feminism,’ in Pacifica 24:3 (2011): 300-314.
___, ‘Struggled For and Not Possessed: Language for the Divine and the Apophatic Turn,’ in St Mark’s Review 215 (2011): 71-86.

Randy Maddox, ‘James Erskine’s Critique of John Wesley on Christian Perfection,’ Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society 59 (2013): 39–53.
___, ‘Introducing the Wesleyan Theological Tradition,’ in The Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology, 35–36. Edited by Al Truesdale. Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press, 2013
.___, editor. The Works of John Wesley vol. 12: Doctrinal and Controversial Treatises I (Nashville: Abingdon, 2012).
___, ‘John Wesley – “A Man of One Book,”’ in Joel B. Green and David F. Watson, eds. Wesley, Wesleyans, and Reading Bible as Scripture (Waco, TX: BaylorUniversity Press, 2012), 3–18, 277–80.
___, ‘Honoring Conference: Wesleyan Reflection on the Dynamics of Theological Reflection,’ in Rex D. Matthews, ed. The Renewal of United Methodism: Mission, Ministry, and Connectionalism. (Nashville: General Board of Higher Education and the Ministry, United MethodistChurch, 2012), 55–97.
___, ‘Correspondence between James Erskine and John and Charles Wesley,’ Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society 58 (Oct. 2012): 264–75.
___ (with Richard Heitzenrater), ‘New John Wesley Letter to Charles Wesley,’ Methodist History 50 (2012): 187–88.
___, Digging Deep into the Mine: Charles Wesley and the Bible,’ Proceedings of the Charles Wesley Society 15 (2011): 15–40.
___, ‘The Rule of Christian Faith, Practice, and Hope: John Wesley on the Bible,’ Methodist Review 3 (2011): 1–35.
___, ‘Methodist Theology,’ in Ian A. McFarland et al, eds. The Cambridge Dictionary of Christian Theology (New York: CambridgeUniversity Press, 2011), 311–13.

Brett Mitchell, ‘How Does Christ’s Humanity Help Us to Understand Holiness?,’ MA (Aspects of Christian Holiness) thesis, NazareneTheologicalCollege, ManchesterMA

Thomas A. NobleHoly Trinity – Holy People: The Theology of Christian Perfecting (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2013).___, ‘The Mission of the Holy Trinity,’ and ‘Kenosis,’ in Missio Dei, A Wesleyan Understanding, ed. K. Schwanz & J. Coleson (Kansas City: Beacon Hill, 2011), 77-84, 85-91.___, entries on ‘Justification’, ‘Person’, ‘Systematic Theology’, and ‘Trinity,’ in Al Truesdale, ed. Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology. Kansas City: Beacon Hill, 2013.___, ‘To Serve the Present Age: Authentic Wesleyan Theology Today (2011 Presidential Address),’ Wesleyan Theological Journal 46:1 (Spring 2011): 73-89.

Glen O’Brien, John Wesley’s Politics: Liberty and Loyalty in the Atlantic World, monograph in preparation.
___, Wesleyan-Holiness Churches in Australia: Hallelujah under the Southern Cross. London and New York: Routledge, 2018.
___, ‘George Whitefield, John Wesley, and the Rhetoric of Liberty,’ in Brett McInelly, ed. New Approaches to Religion and the Enlightenment (Vancouver: Fairley Dickinson University Press, 2018), forthcoming.
___, ‘Freedom in the Atlantic World: John Wesley and George Whitefield on Slavery,’ in Wesley and Whitefield? Wesley versus Whitefield?, ed. Ian Maddock (Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2018), 161-182.
___, Review of John Pritchard,  Methodists and their Missionary Societies 1760-1900, forthcoming in Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 41 (June 2018): 339–341.
___, ‘“A Good and Sensible Man”: John Wesley’s Reading and Use of Jonathan Edwards,’ in The Global Edwards, ed. Rhys Bezzant (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2017), 247-60.
___, ‘Methodist, Congregationalist, and Uniting Church Theologians, 1916-2016,’ St. Mark’s Review no. 242 (Dec 2017): 99-113.
___, ‘“A Divine Attraction between Your Soul and Mine”: George Whitefield and Same Sex Affection in 18th-Century Methodism,' Pacifica 30:2 (2017): 177-1.
___, ‘John Wesley and Martin Luther in the Anniversary Year of the Protestant Reformation: A Short Reflection,’ Church Heritage 20: 2 (Sept 2017): 97-102.
___, ‘The Motive of Mercy in John Wesley’s Thoughts upon Slavery (1774),’ paper at the Sydney College of Divinity Conference, 22 July 2016.
___, ‘George Whitefield and Transgressive Male Sexualities in Eighteenth-Century Britain,’ paper at the University of Divinity Research Day, Melbourne June 2016.
___. ‘Irving Benson: Preacher, Writer, Mission Superintendent (1897–1980),’ in William Emilsen and Patricia Curthoys, Australian Methodist Biographies (Adelaide: Mediacom, 2015), 217-238.
___, (with Hilary Carey), eds. Methodism in Australia: A History. Farnham, Surrey and Burlington VT: Ashgate, 2015.
___, (with Hilary Carey), ‘Introduction: Methodism and the Southern World,’ in Glen O’Brien and Hilary M. Carey, eds. Methodism in Australia: A History (Farnham, Surrey and Burlington VT: Ashgate, 2015), 1-22.
___, ‘Methodism in the Australian Colonies, 1811-1855,’ ch. 1 in O’Brien and Carey, Methodism in Australia, 15-27.
___, ‘Australian Methodist Religious Experience,’ ch. 11 in O’Brien and Carey, Methodism in Australia, 167-79.
___, (with William Emilsen), ‘The Continuing Methodist Legacy,’ ch. 17 in O’Brien and Carey, Methodism in Australia, 257-72.
___, ‘Conclusion,’ in O’Brien and Carey, Methodism in Australia, 273-78.
___,  ed. Aldersgate Papers 11 (June 2015).
___, review of John Pritchard, Methodists and their Missionary Societies 1900-1996 in Journal of Religious History 39:3 (September 2015): 454-55.
___, review of Geordan Hammond, John Wesley in America: Restoring Primitive Christianity in Aldersgate Papers vol. 11 (June 2015): 174-75.
___, review of Norman H. Murdoch, Christian Warfare in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe: The Salvation Army and African Liberation, 1891-1991, in Aldersgate Papers vol. 11 (June 2015): 176-79.
___, review of Stephen John Wright, Dogmatic Aesthetics: A Theology of Beauty inDialogue with Robert W. Jenson, in Aldersgate Papers vol. 11 (June 2015): 179-80.
___, review of Brett McInelly: Textual Warfare and the Making of Methodism, in Journal of Religious History 39:1 (March 2015): 165-67.
___, ‘A Good and Sensible Man: John Wesley’s Reading and Use of Jonathan Edwards,’ paper at the Jonathan Edwards Congress, Ridley College, Melbourne, 27 August 2015.
___, ‘What John Wesley Might Say to Uniting Church Ordinands,’ public lecture, United Theological College, Sydney (Charles Sturt University), 19 August 2015.
___, ‘Samuel Leigh in Australia and New Zealand,’ The Stream Theological Symposium, Auckland, New Zealand, 8 August, 2015.
___, ‘John Wesley’s Political Writings: A Global History Approach,’ Research Colloquium, Nazarene Theological College, Manchester, 17 June 2015 and University of Divinity Research Day, 3 June 2015.
___, ‘Writing the History of Australian Methodism,’ lecture at Uniting Church Historical Society, Sydney, 14 March, 2015.
___, ‘John Wesley, the Uniting Church, and the Authority of Scripture,’ Pacifica 27 (June 2014): 170-83.
___, ‘Methodist Encounters with Other Religious Traditions in the Southern World,’ Australian Journal of Mission Studies 8: 1 (June 2014): 42-53.
___, ‘Australian and New Zealand Methodists and the Great War,’ in Methodist Recorder (August 2014).
___, ‘John Wesley and the Authority of Scripture,’ ACCatalyst 8:1 (March 2014): 7-10.
___, review of Keith D. Stanglin and Thomas H. McCall: Jacob Arminius, Theologian of Grace, in Journal of Religious History, 38:3 (September 2014): 451–453.
___, ‘John Wesley and Athanasius on Salvation in the Context of the Debate over Wesley’s Debt to Eastern Orthodoxy,’ Phronema 28:1 (2013).
___, Christian Worship: A Theological and Historical Introduction. Melbourne: Uniting Academic Press, 2013.___, ‘John Wesley and Evangelical Experience’ in ACCatalyst 7:2 (August 2013): 11-114.
___, ‘Christian Perfection in Australian Methodism,’ in Sean Winter, ed. Immense, Unfathomed, Unconfined: Essays on the Grace of God in Honour of Norman Young (Melbourne: Uniting Academic Press, 2013), 234-48.
___, ‘The Empire’s Titanic Struggle: Victorian Methodism and the Great War,’ Aldersgate Papers vol. 10 (Sept 2012): 50-70.
___, ‘Not Radically a Dissenter: Samuel Leigh in the Colony of New South Wales,’ Wesley and Methodist Studies 4 (2012): 51-69.
___, ‘John Wesley’s Rebuke to the Rebels of British America: Revisiting the “Calm Address,”‘ Methodist Review: A Journal of Methodist and Wesleyan Studies 4 (2012): 31-55.
___, ‘The Wesleyan Methodist Church of Australia,’ Uniting Church Studies 17:2 (December 2011): 67-81.

Anthony Rees, ‘Getting Up, Going Down: A Spatial Poetics of Jonah’ in Bible and Critical Theory(forthcoming)
___, ‘Operation Sovereign Borders: A Moabite Approach’ in Mark Brett, Jione Havea and Monica Melanchthon (eds), Reclaiming Sovereignty, forthcoming.
___, ‘[S]pinning Balaam against the Wall’ in Jione Havea (ed), Politicising the Bible, forthcoming.
___, ‘Moses, Mother of Israel?’ in Beth Stovell (ed), Biblical and Theological Perspectives on Motherhood, Eugene. OR: Wipf and Stock, 2016.
___, ‘The Boaz Solution: Ruth as Problem’, in Jione Havea and Peter Lau, eds. Reading Ruth in Asia, SBL IVBS, 2015.
___, Voices of the Wilderness: An Ecological Reading of the Book of Numbers.  Earth Bible Commentary.  Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2015.
___, [Re]Reading Again: A Mosaic Reading of Numbers 25. London: Bloomsbury, 2015.
___, ‘Towards an Ecological Reading of the Sotah,’ in Pacific Journal of Theology, Series II, No. 50. (2013)
___, ‘Phinehas and Other Detestable Practice(r)s,’ in Athalya Brenner and Archie Lee, eds., Leviticus-Numbers. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2013.
___, [Re]Naming Cozbi: In Memoriam, Cozbi, Daughter of Zur,’ in Biblical Interpretation: A Journal of Contemporary Approaches, 20:1-2 (2012): 16-34.
___, ‘The Boaz Solution: Ruth as Problem,’ in Havea J. and P. Lau (eds). Reading Ruth in Asia. SBL, IVBS, 2015.
___, ‘An [is]Land of Milk, Honey (and Casava)’ in Postscripts (publication arising from conference proceedings, in preparation).
___, ‘Towards an Ecological Reading of the Sotah’ in Pacific Journal of Theology, Series II, No. 50. (2013)

Matthew Seaman, PhD candidate, University of Queensland. Title: ‘”To Turn the World Upside Down”: Examining Salvationist Dimensions of Holiness in the Anthropocene’
____, ‘”To turn the world upside down”: Practical Holiness in the Anthropocene,’ Word and Deed, forthcoming.
____, (ed.), Darkness and Deliverance: 125 years of the In Darkest England Scheme, Salvo Publishing, forthcoming.
____, ‘Introduction,’ in Darkness and Deliverance, forthcoming.
____, ‘In Darkest Creation? Broadening Deliverance to the Whole Oikos,’ Darkness and Deliverance, forthcoming.
____, ‘Grounding In Darkest England: Personal, Social and Ecological Regeneration,’ in Darkness and Deliverance, forthcoming.
____, ‘Red, Yellow, Blue and Green: Examining the Relationship between the Spiritual, Social and Ecological within The Salvation Army’, MPhil Thesis, University of Queensland, 2013.
____, ‘Dark Green Religion and the Wesleyan Tradition: Harmony and Dissonance,’ Wesleyan Theological Journal 48:1 (Spring 2013): 135-48.
____, ‘Recapturing a Salvationist Vision for all of Earth,’ Thought Matters 2 (2012): 97-107.
____, ‘Red, Yellow, Blue and Green: Eco-justice within the Salvation Army,’ Aldersgate Papers 9 (September 2011): 48-66.

Dean Smith, ‘The Sacramental Life: Toward an Integrated Christian Vision,’ Wesleyan Theological Journal (Fall 2015):
___, review of Rob Fringer and Jeff L. Lane, Theology of Luck, in Crucible 6:3 (Nov 2015
___, ‘The Sacramental Life: Toward an Integrated Salvationist Vision,’ Word and Deed 14:1 (November 2011).
___, ‘The Failure of Classical Theism Demonstrated in a Noteworthy Christological Puzzle,’ Aldersgate Papers 9 (September 2011): 34-47.

Richard Waugh (with Alec Waugh), Waugh Stories: Growing Up in Hokitika during the 1960s.  Auckland: Kynaston Charitable Trust, 2014.
___ (with Alan Davidson, Steve Lowe and Ted Schroder), God Knows Where They Came From: Four Faith Stories from Hokitika. Auckland: Kynaston Charitable Trust, 2014.

Tik Wah Wong, ‘Responsible Grace, Responsible Stewardship,’ in Sean Winter, ed. Immense, Unfathomed, Unconfined: Essays on the Grace of God in Honour of Norman Young (Melbourne: Uniting Academic Press, 2013), 209-222.

Geoff Webb, ed. Mission Mandates : McPherson lectures 2008-2011 (Blackburn,Vic: Salvo Publishing, 2011).
___, ‘Introduction,’ and ‘Future Mission,’ in Webb, ed. Mission Mandates (2011).

D’Arcy Wood, ‘Worship and Music in Australian Methodism,’ in Glen O’Brien and Hilary M. Carey, eds. Methodism in Australia: A History (Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2014), 181-96.
___, ‘Assurance of Faith: The Holy Spirit in the Hymns of Charles Wesley,’ in Sean Winter, ed. Immense, Unfathomed, Unconfined: Essays on the Grace of God in Honour of Norman Young (Melbourne: Uniting Academic Press, 2013), 258-68.

Stephen J. Wright. Dogmatic Aesthetics: A Theology of Beauty in Dialogue with Robert W. Jenson. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2014,
___, (Editor) Robert W. Jenson, Theology as Revisionary Metaphysics: Essays on God and Creation, Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2014.
____, ‘The Creator Sings: A Wesleyan Rethinking of Transcendence with Robert Jenson,’ The Heythrop Journal 53:6 (Nov. 2012): 972-982.
____, ‘Apocalyptic Beauty: God’s Priority and the Ontology of the Future,’ Aldersgate Papers 9 (September 2011): 10-22.

Norman Young, ‘Calvert Barber (1893 -1967): Theologian, Educator, Ecumenist,’ in Out of the Ordinary: Twelve Australian Methodist Biographies. Patricia Curthoys and William Emilsen, eds. (Adelaide: Mediacom, 2015), 181-215.
___, ‘Reflections on a Theological Journey,’ in Sean Winter, ed.Immense, Unfathomed, Unconfined: Essays on the Grace of God in Honour of Norman Young(Melbourne: Uniting Academic Press, 2013), 360-73.
___, ‘The Theological Convictions of the Basis of Union of the Uniting Church,’ Pacifica 25 (2012), 288-295.
___, ‘Methodist Ministerial Education in the Victoria and Tasmania Conference, 1874-1977,’ Aldersgate Papers 10 (2012): 96-111.
___,  ‘Die Uniting Church in Australien,’ in Methodistische Kirchen, ed. Walter Klaiber (Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2011), 293-314.