W. Stephen Gunter

Associate Dean for Methodist Studies; Research Professor of Evangelism and Wesleyan Studies
Office: 
304 Gray

Duke Divinity School
Box 90968
Durham, NC 27708-0968

sgunter@div.duke.edu
(919) 660-3597
Degrees: 

A.B., M.A., Southern Nazarene University
M.Div., Nazarene Theological Seminary
Ph.D., University of Leiden, The Netherlands

Professor Gunter teaches courses and oversees program emphases that relate specifically to the Methodist and Wesleyan traditions, with special emphasis on evangelism and discipleship formation.

His publications include: The Limits of Love Divine (1989), Wesley and The Quadrilateral (Co-author, 1997), Resurrection Knowledge (1999), The Quotable Mr. Wesley (1999 & 2002), John Wesley and The Netherlands (co-author, 2002), Considering the Great Commission (co-editor and contributor, 2004) and Arminius and His 'Declaration of Sentiments' (2012). His current project is a set of articles and a book with the working title, The Missionary Imagination in Mainline Protestant Christianity.

Publications: 
  • The Limits of Love Divine (1989)
  • Wesley and The Quadrilateral (Co-author, 1997)
  • Resurrection Knowledge (1999)
  • The Quotable Mr. Wesley (1999 & 2002)
  • John Wesley and The Netherlands (Co-author, 2002)
  • Considering the Great Commission (Co-editor and contributor, 2004)
  • Arminius and His 'Declaration of Sentiments' (2012)
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