Andrew C. Thompson
Memphis Theological Seminary
Assistant Professor of Historical Theology & Wesleyan Studies
B.A., Hendrix College
M.Div, Vanderbilt University Divinity School
Th.D., Duke University Divinity School
Andrew C. Thompson joined the faculty of Memphis Theological Seminary in 2011. You can find his faculty bio page on the seminary’s website. He teaches in the areas of church history, historical theology, and Wesleyan studies. Dr. Thompson’s particular academic research focuses on the role of the “means of grace” in Wesleyan theology.
Dr. Thompson is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church and has served pastoral appointments in Tennessee, Arkansas, and North Carolina. In addition to his teaching responsibilities at MTS, he also serves as the appointed Wesley Scholar to the Arkansas Conference of the UMC.
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Recent courses taught:
- Early Methodism: History, Doctrine, & Polity
- American Methodism: History, Doctrine, & Polity
- Evangelism & Discipleship in the Wesleyan Tradition
- The Means of Grace in the Wesleyan Tradition
- English Reformation
- The Early Church: A.D. 100-547