Tyndale Wesley Studies Symposium – Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Wednesday 19 October 2011 8:55 am

Friends and Colleagues:\r\n\r\nThe Fourth Annual Wesley Studies Symposium will be held at Tyndale Seminary in Toronto this coming March, on Tuesday, the 13th. We are currently working on plans for this event, including schedule and presenters.  Please mark the date, and let others who may have interest know of the event.\r\n\r\nI will be in touch shortly with further information. You may contact me by email if you have questions or suggestions.\r\n\r\nBest wishes,\r\n\r\nHoward Snyder,  Professor of Wesley Studies, Tyndale Seminary, Toronto, Ontario\r\n\r\nNew Book: Salvation Means Creation Healed: https://wipfandstock.com/store/Salvation_Means_Creation_Healed_The_Ecology_of_Sin_and_Grace_Overcoming_the_Divorce_between_Earth_and_Heaven

Updates from the Methodist Review

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Monday 17 October 2011 9:20 am

Readers:\r\n\r\nMethodist Review has just published two new articles in its latest issue at http://www.methodistreview.org/index.php/mr\r\n\r\nDarryl W. Stephens, “Moral Exemplar or Ethical Professional? Clergy and Sexual Sin in Methodist Church Law” (pp. 55-99)\r\n\r\nStephen W. Rankin, “Wesley and War: Guidance for Modern Day Heirs?” (pp. 101-39)\r\n\r\nWe invite you to visit our web site to review the Table of Contents of the current issue of the journal, the new articles and other items of interest.  Thanks for your continuing interest in our work.\r\n\r\nThe October 2011 issue of The Methodist Review Newsletter has just been published and is now available on the journal website at http://www.methodistreview.org/index.php/mr\r\n\r\nDr. Rex D. Matthews, Candler School of Theology,  rex.matthews@emory.edu\r\n\r\nMethodist Review Vol 3 (2011)    Table of Contents: http://www.methodistreview.org/index.php/mr/issue/view/9

Global Digital Library for Theology and Ecumenism

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Thursday 6 October 2011 9:13 am

Dear Friends\r\n\r\nI am pleased to announce that the Global Digital Library for Theology and Ecumenism was launched on 23 September. This is a project of the World Council of Churches and Global Ethics net. The library provides its members with free access to a large and growing number of theological resources (journal articles, books and dissertations) in diverse languages, including some which are only otherwise available by subscription. It also provides the opportunity for scholars to make their work available to others, institutions to make their resources available globally  and provides opportunities for combined research with colleagues around the globe.  Those who want to use it are required to register as individuals, there is however no membership fee. As the World Methodist Council representative on the project consortium I would encourage you, your institutions, colleagues and students to use and support this initiative.  You can access it at http://www.globethics.net/web/gtl\r\n\r\nKind regards\r\n\r\nDr David N. Field,\r\n\r\nCoordinator, Methodist e-Academy, Trollstrasse 10,CH-8400, Winterthur,  Switzerland