Photo by Startup Stock Photos on Pexels.com In a previous blog, I shared some practical advice before starting a PhD program in Theology from my experience teaching research methods for the ORU PhD Program. Preparing to enter a PhD program is a daunting task. But if your goal is to become an expert in the … Continue reading Advice for Preparing a PhD Research Proposal
Practical Advice Before You Pursue a PhD
Some practical advice for those who want to do a theology PhD.
An Introduction to Pentecostal Theology by William K. Kay
I wanted to share this brief video featuring my Ph.D. supervisor, Dr. William K. Kay. Kay is a renown professor of theology who holds multiple posts in several universities in the UK. He has written numerous books and a vast number of articles on Pentecostalism, religious education, and practical theology. Kay was the founding director … Continue reading An Introduction to Pentecostal Theology by William K. Kay
I don’t need a PhD
A lot of people ask me why I a getting a PhD. Am I doing it so I can teach? So I can write? I have thought about that lot over this journey. Nearly 20 years ago, God first put it in my heart to get a PhD. I remember it like it was yesterday. … Continue reading I don’t need a PhD
Pastors: Can I have your books?
Dear AG Pastor, I know you have too many books. We pastors love books. My shelves are overflowing. I know yours are too. Here is a chance to get rid of some of them. I am working on my PhD doing research on Assemblies of God doctrine. Right now I am looking for sources … Continue reading Pastors: Can I have your books?
Pilgrimage Into PhD Studies Pt. 2
This past weekend I went to my first PhD seminar at the Centre for Pentecostal Theology in Cleveland, Tennessee. It was an amazing experience. I am so excited to be part of the Bangor University (Wales) PhD program. I was so impressed with the environment of great scholarship and warm hospitality. I was able to sit around … Continue reading Pilgrimage Into PhD Studies Pt. 2
Pilgrimage into PhD Studies Pt. 1
This week I go to my first residency requirement for my PhD at Bangor University, UK. It has been five years since I left the program in order to focus on my position as pastor of New Life Center. But this weekend I return to those pursuits officially. It has been a long journey. Shortly … Continue reading Pilgrimage into PhD Studies Pt. 1