From Catholic Missions to a Catalyst of the Pentecostal Movement: Four Key Moments in Houston-Galveston Christianity
Ted A. Campbell is a historian, an award-winning author, and an ordained elder in The United Methodist Church. He has served as pastor of United Methodist congregations, and has taught at the Methodist Theological School in Ohio, Duke Divinity School, and Wesley Theological Seminary. He served as president of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary from 2001 through 2005, and now serves as Professor of Church History at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
His published works include John Wesley and Christian Antiquity (1991), The Religion of the Heart (1991), Christian Confessions (1996), Methodist Doctrine (Abingdon Press, 1999), Christian Mysteries (2005), Charles Wesley: Life, Literature and Legacy (2007) co-edited with Kenneth G. C. Newport, The Gospel in Christian Traditions (2009), and Wesleyan Beliefs: Formal and Popular Expressions of the Core Beliefs of Wesleyan Communities (2010). His edition of the letters of John Wesley between 1756 and 1765 was published in 2015 as was another work entitled The Sky Is Falling, The Church Is Dying, and Other False Alarms.
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