The Fifth Annual Wesley Studies Symposium took place on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at the Bayview Campus Auditorium.
Tyndale's Wesley Studies Symposium exists to build a community of people who are studying Wesleyan theology, and seeking to apply it to mission and ministry in Canada and globally. The 2013 symposium, organized by James Pedlar (Tyndale Seminary), featured a broad range of papers from a diverse group of scholars, and a very interesting guest lecture from Donald E. Burke, President of Booth University College, on the topic, “Salvation for Both Worlds: Contours of a Wesleyan/Biblical Social Theology.”
Links to the available papers from the 2013 Symposium are below.
Cliff Fletcher: “Rediscovering Discipleship as a Pathway to Ekklesial Reformation - Wesley did!!" (Pastor, Whitby FMC / DMin graduate, Gordon-Conwell)
Barry Hamilton, “The Importance of Richard Watson’s Theological Institutes for Methodist History”(Professor of Historical and Contemporary Theology, Northeastern Seminary). [This paper is not available online, but watch for Prof. Hamilton's forthcoming book on this subject]
Aaron Perry: “Leading with the Ear: The Church as a Listening Community” (Pastor, Centennial Road Standard Church / PhD Candidate, Regent University)
Niven Harrichand: “The Character of God Revealed by The Incarnate Word in the Theology of John Wesley” (ThM graduate, Tyndale)
Amy Caswell Bratton, "Witnesses of Perfect Love: Narratives of Christian Perfection in Early Methodism" (ThM graduate, Regent College)
- Guest Lecture: Donald E. Burke, “Salvation for Both Worlds: Contours of a Wesleyan/Biblical Social Theology” (President, Booth University College, Winnipeg).