2015 Annual Wesley Studies Symposium
2015 Annual Wesley Studies Symposium, March 24, 2015.
Sandra King is a researcher and writer working on a book about the 1857 Revival in Hamilton, to be published by McMaster Divinity College Press. She is active in the Charismatic movement.
Adam Kline is Pastor of the Madoc Free Methodist & Wesleyan Church. He received his MDiv in 2014 from Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University.
Kevin W. Mannoia is Graduate and Faculty Chaplain at Asuza Pacific University and Chair of the Wesleyan Holiness Consortium. He formerly served as Dean of the School of Theology at Asuza Pacific, President of the National Association of Evangelicals, and as Bishop in the Free Methodist Church. (Keynote speaker)
McEwen, Matthew is Pastor of the Holt Free Methodist Church, a Tyndale ThM graduate, and a former member of the Study Commission on Doctrine of the Free Methodist Church in Canada.
Lisa Outar is an ordained Nazarene minister who serves as Associate Pastor at Rosewood Church of the Nazarene in Scarborough.
James Pedlar is Assistant Professor of Wesley Studies and Theology at Tyndale Seminary.
James T. Robertson is a Baptist pastor who holds a PhD in history from McMaster Divinity College and teaches part-time at Tyndale Seminary. His forthcoming book on the churches and the War of 1812 will be published by McGill-Queen's University Press.
Kevin Slous is Territorial Director of Discipleship in the Children and Youth Department of The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda.
Todd Webb is Assistant Professor of History at Laurentian University and author of Transatlantic Methodists: British Wesleyanism and the Formation of an Evangelical Culture in Nineteenth-Century Ontario and Quebec.
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Schedule for the 2015 Annual Wesley Studies Symposium (Annual Wesley Studies SymposiumToronto, Ont., 2015-03-24)
The 1857 Hamilton, Ontario Revival: An exploration of the Layman’s Revival and The Second Great Awakening (Annual Wesley Studies SymposiumToronto, Ont., 2015-03-24)
‘Let Us Make Man in Our Image': The Divine Nature and the Narrative that is Its Substance (Annual Wesley Studies SymposiumToronto, Ont., 2015-03-22)
For God, King, and Country: Methodists and Interpreting the War of 1812 (Annual Wesley Studies SymposiumToronto, Ont., 2015-03-24)
'Too Great to be Forgiven’: James Everett's Clandestine War Against Jabez Bunting and the Global Crisis in mid-19th Century Wesleyan Methodism (Annual Wesley Studies SymposiumToronto, Ont., 2015-03-24)
New Vocabulary for Holy Living in the 21st Century (Annual Wesley Studies SymposiumToronto, Ont., 2015-03-24)