BA Hons (London School of Theology) MPhil (Oak Hill Theological College) PhD (University of Wales) FRSA
Professor Cartledge is a Church of England minister with extensive experience in ministry over many years. He has taught in seminaries in Nigeria and the USA, as well as St John’s College, Durham. He has also worked in departments of Theology and Religion at the Universities of Wales (Lampeter, now called Trinity Saint David) and Birmingham. He is a practical theologian who has specialised in the study of Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity. His most recent book is co-authored and is entitled: Megachurches and Social Engagement: Public Theology in Practice (Leiden: Brill, 2019).
‘The Lukan Mandate and Pneumatological Hermeneutics: Implications for a Theology of Public Life’, in Antipas L. Harris and Michael D. Palmer (eds.), The Holy Spirit and Social Justice: Interdisciplinary Global Perspectives – History, Race & Culture (Lanham, MD: Seymour Press, 2019), pp. 26-55.
‘Megachurches as Educational Institutions’, in Stephen Hunt (ed.), Brill Companion to Megachurch Studies (Leiden: Brill, 2019), pp. 172-192.
The Society for Pentecostal Studies Presidential Address for 2019, ‘Being Human and Sex Trafficking: A Theological Response in the Light of Pentecost’, Pneuma: the Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 41.3-4 (2019), pp. 371-395.