Updates, Events, and Publications

Hey! Our “pickins” are slim! (In Patricia speak, that means we don’t have much to report!) Help us out and send in your new publications and other news to alumni@asburyseminary.edu!


Alumnus Begins Position at Seattle Pacific as Assistant Professor of Theology

Dr. Gnonhossou (who goes by either Sègbégnon or Mathieu) comes to Seattle Pacific from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky where he was Adjunct Professor of African/African-American Studies. He received his PhD in Public Theology from The University of Manchester in England and a Doctor of Ministry from Asbury Theological Seminary. He has an upcoming publication, “Conversion as an Act of Reclamation: John and Charles Wesley’s Interactions with Two Enslaved West Africans” and is an Organizing Pastor of All Nations African Ministries of the United Methodist Church.


New Publication by Dr. Kenneth Collins

Dr. Ken Collins is a professor of Historical Theology and Wesley Studies. He has announced a new publication which was released in March of this year. The following is a summary from Amazon:
 
” This one volume commentary on the entire Bible was written by more than 40 scholars from the broad range of Wesleyan denominations, including The United Methodist Church, The Church of the Nazarene, The Church of God (Anderson), The Church of God (Cleveland), The Wesleyan Church, The Free Methodist Church, and The Salvation Army. It is the only specifically Wesleyan Bible commentary available and assists pastors in sermon preparation, small group leaders in lesson preparation, and laypeople in Bible study.”
 
One reviewer said: “Simply, this is an extremely helpful resource for anyone to utilize (from scholar to layperson) as one seeks to understand the Word of God.”
 
To order or to get more information, please click here.

One response to “Updates, Events, and Publications”

  1. John Crowe says:

    I’m glad to see more ATS professors writing books now than I remember them doing back in the 1980’s. That’s an important part of teaching too!

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