Dr. Kenneth Collins explains John Wesley's theology in regards to Holiness & Grace.

Dr. Kenneth J. Collins is professor of Historical Theology and Wesley Studies. He is the 2008 recipient of the Professor of the Year Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Asbury Theological Seminary.

Before coming to Asbury in 1995, he was recognized for exemplary teaching in a national competition among United Methodist schools in 1994. Earlier he received the Black Student Movement Award for Excellence in Religious Education at Methodist University.

Dr. Collins is a past president of the Wesleyan Theological Society, a current member of the steering committee of the Oxford Institute of Methodist Theological Studies, a recent member of the steering committee of the Wesleyan studies group of the American Academy of Religion and a member of the editorial board of the Asbury Journal. Beyond this, he currently serves on the faculty of the Baltic Methodist Theological Seminary in Tallinn, Estonia.

Joining Asbury Seminary’s faculty in 1995 as professor of church history, Dr. Collins has lectured and taught throughout the world and is known for his engaging, critical-thinking style. In May 2008, he taught a course on The Theology of John Wesley at the Moscow Evangelical Christian Seminary in Moscow, the Russian Federation. He has also lectured on the theology of John Wesley in several diverse settings ranging from Costa Rica to South Korea. Recently, he participated in a panel discussion on his widely used book, The Theology of John Wesley: Holy Love and the Shape of Grace, at the annual meeting of the Wesleyan Theological Society.

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