The students, staff, and research fellows are committed to regular and international publication of research.

Publications of research fellows include, but are not limited to

  • Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) and the Nature of Theology
  • The Theology of Jonathan Edwards
  • The Material and Social Practices of Intellectual Work: Jonathan Edwards’s Study Edwards’ Natural Typology and the Problem of Subjectivity
  • Sanctification between Westminster and Northampton
  • Seventeenth-century Arminians and the Accusation of Pelagianism: Some Tactical Approaches
  • Shakespeare, angol reformáció, William Tyndale, irodalom és teológia
  • Johannes Piscator 1546-1625 and the Consequent Development of the Doctrine of the Imputation of Christ’s Active Obedience
  • Men of One Book: A Comparison of Two Methodist Preachers, John Wesley and George Whitefield
  • Jonathan Edwards’ view of church
  • Ioannis Calvini opera omnia, series IV Scripta didactica et polemica, vol. IV Epistolae duae (1537) – Deux discours (Oct. 1536)
  • John Calvin on the Visions of Ezekiel. Historical and Hermeneutical Studies in John Calvin’s sermons inédits, especially on Ezek. 36-48
  • Jonathan Edwards’ Trinitarian Theology of Redemption.

Research interests of research associates include, but is not limited to

  • Contemporary understanding of Luther's life and thought
  • German Pietism
  • The theology of mentoring
  • Relations between the 18th century revivals and Australian foundations
  • Apologetic argument in early Christian theology
  • Reception of the Church Fathers
  • Early modern Reformed and Arminian theology and its interaction with philosophy
  • Personal renewal and sanctification
  • Post-reformation studies, including but not limited to biblical exegesis, rabbinic commentaries, doctrine, polemic, practice, and preaching methods
  • Poverty in Reformation, Post-reformation, and early American history
  • Leselinyana Ia Lesotho: Sources of early Christian teaching in Lesotho
  • De Optima Concionandi Methodo: 17th-century Preaching Methods
  • Before Edwards: Sources of New England theology
  • African Missions and Edwards
  • History of the Reformation with focus on the writings of Guy de Brès.
  • History of the Reformation in Geneva, especially of the so-called ‘congrégations’ and ‘disputationes’ of the Company of Pastors.