The Journal of Wesleyan Thought
The Journal of Wesleyan Thought (previously Aldersgate Papers) is the official scholarly journal of the ACWR. It is an open-access peer reviewed journal which publishes the research of fellows, members and other related material. The Journal is co-sponsored by Nazarene Theological College (Church of the Nazarene), Kingsley Australia (Wesleyan Methodist Church), and Eva Burrows College (Salvation Army). The Editor is Dr. Glen O’Brien.
Free online access to all issues of The Journal of Wesleyan Thought and its forerunner Aldersgate Papers are now available.
Individual articles and full volumes are downloadable in PDF format. Click here for open access to all volumes.
Hard copies of the current and previous issues of the journal can be purchased. Click here for journal hard copy and membership options.
Christopher T. Bounds, “Wesleyan Eschatological Implications for the Church’s Engagement with Other Religions”
Garry W. Trompf, “Australian Methodist Theological Education and Theologians”
James Haire, “Australian Methodist Ecumenism”
Brian Edgar, “Playing in the City Of God”
Thomas A. Noble, “Darwin and Theology”
Gregory Young, “Boersma, the Atonement, and the Hospitable God”
A new volume will be available soon.
open access - All VOlumes of Aldersgate Papers
Free online access to all issues of Aldersgate Papers (the forerunner to The Journal of Wesleyan Thought) are now available. Individual articles and full volumes are downloadable in PDF format.
If you would like to join the ACWR and/or purchase hard copies of the latest issue or most recent previous issue, click the button below.
We invite scholars in the fields covered by the Centre’s research interests to submit articles for publication in our journal, which is peer-reviewed by an international panel.
Good quality articles are also invited from graduate students who are just beginning their academic writing and whose work does not yet meet the stricter criteria of the peer reviewed section of the journal.
We are interested in receiving quality book reviews of significant new works in the fields covered by our research interests.
Please feel free to contact Dr. O’Brien for further information or to submit material for evaluation.
Glen O’Brien, Eva Burrows College, University of Divinity
Rob Fringer, Nazarene Theological College, Brisbane
Arseny Ermakov, Eva Burrows College, University of Divinity
Matthew Seaman, University of Queensland
Kimberley E. Alexander, Regent University, Virginia
Ian Breward, University of Melbourne
Kent E. Brower, Nazarene Theological College, Manchester
Jonathan P. Case, Houghton College, New York
Floyd Cunningham, Asia Pacific Nazarene Seminary, Manila
Brian Edgar, Asbury Theological Seminary, Kentucky
Robert Gribben, Queen’s College, Melbourne
Geordan Hammond, Nazarene Theological College, Manchester
Alan Harley, Sydney
Randy L. Maddox, Duke University, North Carolina
David B. McEwan, Nazarene Theological College, Brisbane
Dean Smith, Nazarene Theological College, Brisbane
Norman Young, University of Divinity, Melbourne