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APTS regularly conducts two lectureship series: The William Menzies Annual Lectureship and the Occasional Pentecostal Lectureship.

The upcoming Annual William Menzies Lectureship on January 30 - February 3, 2017 will be the 25th in the series.

    
The William Menzies Annual Lectureship is an important academic event in the school year, normally taking place in January. Noted scholars present lectures on a variety of current topics in theology, biblical studies, missions, and ministry. Past lecturers include Roger Stronstad (Western Pentecostal Bible College, Canada), Stanley Horton (Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, USA), Walter C. Kaiser, Jr. (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, USA), Russell Spittler (Fuller Theological Seminary, USA), Andrew Walls (University of Edinburgh, UK), Rikki E. Watts (Regent College, Canada), Simon Chan (Trinity College, Singapore), Leslie Allen (Fuller Theological Seminary, USA), Delbert Tarr (Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, USA), Paul Pierson (Fuller Theological Seminary, USA), Vinay Samuel (Oxford Center for Missions Studies, UK), Judith Lingenfelter (Biola University, USA), Peter Kuzmicc (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, USA/Croatia), Allan Anderson (University of Birmingham, UK), Amos Yong (Regent University, USA), Benny Aker (Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, USA), Craig Keener (Palmer Theological Seminary, USA), I. Howard Marshall (University of Aberdeen), Keith Warrington (Regents Theological College, UK), Glen Menzies (North Central University, USA), Robert Menzies (North Asia), Douglas Petersen (Vanguard University, USA), Tim Bulkeley (University of Auckland, New Zealand), Al Tizon (Graduate Theological Union, USA), and Donald Hagner (Fuller Theological Seminary, USA).

The Occasional Pentecostal Lecture Series provides a forum for the presentation of major Pentecostal traditions by experts. Past speakers include Vinson Synan (Regent University, USA) on a general overview of American Pentecostalism; Mathew Clark (Apostolic Faith Mission College, South Africa) on South African Pentecostalism; Jean-Daniel Plüss (Switzerland) on European Pentecostalism; William Menzies (APTS) on the non-Wesleyan background of American Pentecostalism; David Daniels (McCormick Seminary, USA) on Black Pentecostalism; Frank Macchia (Vanguard University, USA) on Issues in Pentecostal Theology; A.C. George (Southern Asia Bible College, India) on Indian Pentecostalism; Peter Hocken (Mother of God Community, USA) on the Roman Catholic Charismatic Movement; David Reed (Wycliffe College, Canada) on Oneness Pentecostalism; Greg Miller (Malone University, USA) on Charismata in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods; and Martin Mittlestadt (Evangel University, USA) on Reading Luke-Acts in the Pentecostal Tradition.