Author Archives: dctheology

Hosea

My colleague Bo Lim and I are writing a commentary on Hosea through the Two Horizons Series by Eerdmans. Needless to say, I have found it overwhelming how Hosea, particularly Hosea 1-3, has been used and interpreted by people is … Continue reading

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SPS/WTS at SPU

Hope everybody enjoyed the joint meeting of SPS/WTS at Seattle Pacific. Overall, I take it to have been a good meeting. Not sure if people understood my paper at the SPS panel on holiness; I have significantly revised it since … Continue reading

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Newtown

Steve Rankin, University Chaplain at Southern Methodist University, recently cited my book in relation to the Newtown tragedy    http://stephenrankin.com/where-was-god/ Honestly, I am very torn inside about all of this. Very angry, horrified, and sad.  I don’t assume that my work … Continue reading

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Theology in the Global South

I recently had a very good experience teaching in a pre-PhD research program for students at Semisud in Quito, Ecuador. What most excited me was their motivation and energy. Many were very well-read and thoughtful. The future looks bright for … Continue reading

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Holiness and Webster

For some time, I had been hearing Wesleyan scholars and students both praise and desire an alternative to John Webster’s important work Holiness. Thanks to the editors of the Wesleyan Theological Journal for allowing me to post my recent article … Continue reading

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Holiness as a Liberal Art out

Particularly in classroom settings, my colleagues and I at SPU have sometimes found it difficult to claim holiness as a vital feature of the institutional mission of our university. The difficulty partly rests on the stereotypes surrounding holiness as well as … Continue reading

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RPE-Epicletic Community out

Revisioning Pentecostal Ethics – The Epicletic Community has finally come out; my thanks to Lee Roy Martin and Chris Thomas for their support and amazingly expeditious help. CPT Press is truly a gift to the Pentecostal-charismatic scholarly world.  This particular … Continue reading

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