Mark J. Cartledge
Principal, Professor of practical theology

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 entitled: The Holy Spirit and Public Life: Empowering Ecclesial Praxis (Minneapolis, MN: Lexington Books / Fortress Academic, 2022).

Recent and Forthcoming Publications

‘Anglican Pneumatology’, in David Hilborn and Simo Frestadius (eds.), Anglicans and Pentecostals in Dialogue (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2023), pp. 147-158.

‘Empirical Theology as Theological Netnography’, Journal of Empirical Theology 35.2 (2023), pp. 187-204.

‘Studying Digital Pentecostalism: Empirical-Theological Hermeneutics, Ethnography, and the Internet’, Pneuma: the Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 44.3-4 (2022), pp. 479-496.

(with Joan M. Cartledge), ‘Pentecostals and Social Engagement: Church, Community, and Common Good’, in Chris Green and Daniela Augustine (eds.), The Politics of the Spirit: Pentecostal Reflections on Public Responsibility and the Common Good (Lanham, MD: Seymour Press, 2022), pp. 177-188.

The Holy Spirit and Public Life: Empowering Ecclesial Praxis (Minneapolis, MN: Lexington Books / Fortress Academic, 2022), 264 pp.

(with Kimberly Ervin Alexander, Melissa Archer, and Michael D. Palmer), eds., Sisters, Mothers, Daughters: Pentecostal Perspectives on Violence Against Women (Leiden: Brill, 2022), 284 pp.

‘Virtual Mediation of the Spirit: Prospects for Digital Pentecostalism’, PentecoStudies: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Research on the Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements 21.1 (2022), pp. 30-50.

‘Evangelical Practical Theology: The Past, the Present and the Possible Future’, in Helen Cameron and Helen Morris (eds.), Evangelicals Engaging in Practical Theology: Theology that Impacts Church and World (London: Routledge, 2022), pp. 203-217.

‘Ordinary Trinitarian Theology in the Assemblies of God: A Qualitative Study’ in Andrew Davies and Anne E. Dyer (eds.), The Spirit in Society: Essays in Honour of William K. Kay (Cleveland, TN: CPT Press, 2022), pp. 203-224.

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