CPT Fellows

Goals of the CPT Research Fellows

In keeping with the Centre for Pentecostal Theology’s goal of providing an environment conducive to creative research on Pentecostal topics and themes by established scholars among others, the CPT is happy to sponsor the CPT Research Fellowship. The Fellowship provides single accommodation for up to a month and a modest stipend to its recipient(s) in order to provide an opportunity for an extended period of intensive research. It is anticipated that the Fellow will participate in an initial community colloquy at the beginning of the period of research and a closing community consultation at the conclusion of this period in order to share research plans and results, respectively. Access for CPT Research Fellows may also be arranged to the Dixon Pentecostal Research Center, a world class Pentecostal archival collection, located one block down Walker Street from the Centre. Admission to the William G. Squires library shared by the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, Lee University, and the Church of God denomination may also be arranged. CPT Research Fellows are also welcome to participate in a wide range of activities that are part of the regular life of the Pentecostal Theological Seminary community. Recipients of the Fellowship will be awarded the standing title, Centre for Pentecostal Theology Research Fellow.


Professor Robby Waddell worked on a forthcoming monograph entitled, World without End: Ecofriendly Readings of Ancient and Late Modern Apocalyptic Tales.

Professor Blaine Charette focused on a forthcoming monograph exploring Spirit Baptism in the New Testament.

Dr. Jacqui Grey primarily focused on a book project, which is a commentary on Isaiah from a Pentecostal perspective.