I manage the Theology and Religion in Exeter research blog. I help coordinate international research meetings on Gregory of Nyssa and am involved in peer-reviewing papers for the series of studies on Gregory published by. Brill. However, my interest in the reception and interpretation of the early church fathers stretches beyond Gregory of Nyssa. I have also published on the recent reception of. Augustine's Confessions and the City of God. An important theme in my research has been Christian eschatology, especially the idea of universal salvation. My first monograph, Universal Salvation, studied this concept in Gregory of Nyssa and. Theology and Religion Professor Morwenna Ludlow Email: Extension: 3278. Telephone: I teach and conduct research in historical theology. That is, I am a scholar of the history of Christian thought (with a particular focus on the early church: 100-500 CE) but I also write about. In particular, I have written extensively on the fourth-century Cappadocian theologian, Gregory of Nyssa. My last monograph, Gregory of Nyssa, Ancient and Post-Modern focussed on the reception, use and abuse of Gregory by modern writers. Theology Library » Pitts Theology Library Research Guides » Theological Research for Beginners. The Literature of Theology - David R. Stewart; John A. Bollier. I ask whether systematic or dogmatic theology has been regarded as superior to applied theology for much the same reasons as fine art has been regarded as superior to applied art. I use debates about craft from Ruskin and Morris to the present day in. Certificate in Gender, Sexuality, Theology, and Ministry. An Untapped Inheritance: American Methodism and Wesleys Practical Theology (pdf) In Doctrines and Disciplines: Methodist Theology and Practice, 1952, 292309. Robert A. Peterson (PhD, Drew University) is professor of systematic theology at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Its all herethe history of the debate, biblical theology, systematic theology, and very practical application.