Dr. Dick Eugenio's Publications

Dr. Dick O. Eugenio
Associate Professor of Theology
 
Academic Profile:
  • B.A., Philippine Nazarene College, 2003
  • M.Div., and M.S.T., Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary, 2006 and 2008
  • Ph.D., University of Manchester, 2011
  • Pastoral ministry, Church of the Nazarene, United Kingdom and Philippines
  • Lecturer and Research Fellow, Nazarene Theological College, University of Manchester, 2009-
  • APNTS, 2011-
 
 
Books and book chapters:
 
“Be Human, For Christ is Human.” In Renovating Holiness, 252-55. Edited by Josh Broward and Thomas Oord. Boise, Idaho: Elevate Faith, 2014.
 
Communion with the Triune God: The Trinitarian Soteriology of T. F. Torrance. Princeton Theological Monograph Series. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2014.
 
“Global Wesleyanism: Beyond Homogeneity and Isolationism.” In Embracing the Past—Forging the Future: A New Generation of Wesleyan Theology, 83-100. Edited by Wm. Andrew Schwartz and John M. Bechtold. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2015.
 
“How and Why We Do Theology.” In Essential Beliefs: A Wesleyan Primer, 21-27. Edited by Mark A. Maddix and Diane Leclerc. Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press, 2016.
 
The Gift of Life: The Good News of the Bible. Manila, PH: TFCN, 2014.
 
 
Articles:
 
“Christ-centered Preaching in the Postmodern World: Problems, Challenges, and Suggestions.” Torch Trinity Journal 17 (2014): 214-28.
 
“God of the Suffering Poor: The Theo–logy of Gustavo Gutierrez.” Journal of Asian Evangelical Theology 17 (Sept 2013): 41–59.
 
Review of Contextualization in World Missions: Mapping and Assessing Evangelical Models by A. Scott Moreau and Theology in Context: A Case Study in the Philippines by Dave Johnson. Journal of Asian Evangelical Theology 18 (2014): 103–107.
 
Review of Theosis in the Theology of Thomas Torrance by Myk Habets. Participatio 1 (Supplement; 2011): 73–79.
 
Review of WikiChurch: Making Discipleship Engaging, Empowering and Viral by Steve Murrell. Journal of Asian Mission 14 (May 2013): 113–117.
 
“The Church at the Table.” Didache 13 (January 2014): 1–10. 
 
“The Humanization of Humanity: Christ–likeness and the Renewal of the Imago Dei.” Mediator 9 (Apr 2013): 22–45. 
 
 
In Press/Upcoming:
 
“Global Wesleyanism: Beyond Homogeneity and Pluralism.” In The Next Generation of Wesleyan Theology. Edited by John Becktold and Andrew Schwartz. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2015. 
 
“How To Do Theology.” In Basic Beliefs: A Wesleyan Paradigm. Edited by Diane Leclerc and Mark Maddix.