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A Wesleyan Understanding of the Authority of Scripture (Two Webinars)
Beginning with a historical perspective, Dr. Thomas Noble will consider the role given to Scripture in the New Testament church, in the patristic era, at the Reformation, during the Enlightenment, and in the nineteenth century. That will bring us to consider the Reformation/Evangelical view today, including the questions raised by historians, scientists, and by hermeneutics. The Wesleyan position in all this will then be explored more specifically, including what has been called ‘the Wesleyan Quadrilateral’ and how that should be properly understood.

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Dr. Thomas Noble
Professor of Theology @Nazarene Theological Seminary
Dr. Noble holds degrees from both the University of Glasgow and the University of Edinburgh. His MA (honours) from the University of Glasgow was in Modern History and Politics, and he taught high school history before turning to theological studies. He taught theology at Nazarene Theological College, Manchester (UK), for 20 years, serving also for 12 years as Academic Dean, before joining the NTS faculty. Having studied with T.F. Torrance (who studied with Karl Barth), his approach to theology is strongly influenced by the classical tradition of the Eastern Fathers and the Reformers. He grounds theology in God’s revelation in Jesus Christ and is strongly biblical and historical in his development of a Trinitarian systematic theology. He has special interest in Athanasius, the Cappadocians, Augustine, Luther, Calvin and Wesley. His teaching style depends on the size and subject of the class. He is a fascinating (and lightning fast) lecturer, but he also uses a seminar format for advanc