Gregory S. ClapperClapper, a John Wesley Fellow, is professor of religion and philosophy at the University of Indianapolis, and adjunct professor of United Methodist studies at Christian Theological Seminary. In his service with the Air Force, he had five voluntary overseas deployments and earned, among other wards, two Meritorious Service Medals and the Legion of Merit. He retired with the rank of Colonel. He recently authored a chapter on John Wesley’s heart religion in the book The Spirit, the Affections and the Christian Tradition (University of Notre Dame Press, 2016). His exploration of "heart religion" is The Renewal of the Heart Is the Mission of the Church: Wesley’s Heart Religion in the Twenty-First Century (Cascade, 2010).
Contributions to Catalyst
The Christian and War, on Aug 13, 2018
Looking “With” the Saints, on Jul 23, 2018
What Leads to Heartfelt Repentance?, on Jun 04, 2018
Is it Defensible to Preach “Heart Religion” Today?, on Sep 11, 2017