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Lectureship Series

Azusa Pacific Seminary is committed to demonstrating the vitality of the historic Wesleyan message as a response to the complex spiritual and social issues facing Christians today. In keeping with this purpose, outstanding scholars are invited to campus to present the results of studies in Wesleyan holiness thought. In 1991, this lectureship was renamed to honor Malcolm R. Robertson, Ed.D, for his 43 years of faithful service to Azusa Pacific University as a professor and administrator.

2010
Dallas Willard, Ph.D.
Professor, School of Philosophy, University of Southern California
2009
Stanley Hauerwas, Ph.D.
Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics, Duke University Divinity School
2008
David Le Shana, Ph.D.
Associate Provost for Library Services and Associate Professor of History Fuller Theological Seminary
2007
David D. Bundy
Associate Provost for Library Services and Associate Professor of History Fuller Theological Seminary
2006
Joel B. Green, Ph.D.
Dean of Academic Affairs at Asbury Theological Seminary
2005
Barry Callen, D.Rel., Dr. Ed.
University Professor Emeritus of Christian Studies Anderson University
2004
Cheryl Bridges Johns, Ph.D.
Professor of Discipleship & Christian Formation Church of God Theological Seminary
2003
Arthur O. Roberts
Professor at Large George Fox University
2002
Stephen Gunter, Ph.D.
Professor of Evangelism Candler School of Theology
2000
Larry Shelton, Th.D.
Professor of Theology George Fox Evangelical Seminary
1999
Jim Garlow, Ph.D.
Senior Pastor, Skyline Wesleyan Church
1998
Thomas C. Oden, Ph.D.
Drew University
1997
Irv Brendlinger, Ph.D.
George Fox University
1996
Samuel Kamaleson, S.T.D.
Former Vice President at Large, World Vision International
1995
Justo L. Gonzalez, Ph.D.
Author, Lecturer, and Educator
1994
D. Eugene Pickard, D. Miss.
Barclay College
1993
Susie C. Stanley, D. Rel.
Western Evangelical Seminary
Note: This information is current for the 2013-14 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.