Ted A. Campbell
Professor of Church History
Southern Methodist University, Ph.D. in Church History, 1984; Oxford University, B.A./M.A. in Christian Theology, 1979/1987; University of North Texas, B.A. in Latin, 1976; Lon Morris College, A.A., 1974
Methodist history, doctrine, and polity; History of Christianity; History of Christian doctrine and theology; Ecumenical Christian doctrine
Methodist history including Wesleyan studies; Pietism and movements for a “religion of the heart” in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; Ecumenical Christian doctrine
:: Campbell, Ted. C., edited with Newport, Kenneth G. C., Charles Wesley: Life, Literature & Legacy (Peterborough: Epworth Press, 2007).
:: Methodist Doctrine: The Essentials (Abingdon Press, 1999; “Sol África” and Portuguese editions, 2011; Spanish edition, 2012).
:: Christian Confessions: A Historical Introduction (Westminster John Knox Press, 1996).
:: John Wesley and Christian Antiquity: Religious Vision and Cultural Change (Kingswood Books, imprint of Abingdon Press, 1991
:: Campbell, Ted. C., ed. Albert C. Outler as Historian and Interpreter of the Christian Tradition (volume 8 in The Albert C. Outler Library; Anderson, Indiana: Bristol Books, 2003).
Trustee, International Foundation for Ewha Woman's University; president of the Charles Wesley Society (1999-2003); delegate to the Faith and Order Commission of the National Council of Churches in the USA (1992-2002); an ordained elder of the Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church