Grayson Carter is associate professor of church history,
primarily serving Fuller Seminary Southwest, and has taught at Fuller since
2002. Prior to that he served as Chaplain and Tutor for Theology at Brasenose
College, Oxford, and taught in the Department of Religion at Methodist
University in North Carolina. His current research involves the publication of
a revised edition (in paperback) of his work, Anglican Evangelicals:
Protestant Secessions from the Via Media, c. 1800–1850 (OUP, 2001) and a
critical edition of the diary of the Rev. John Hill, an Oxford academic from
the 19th century, for the Church of England Record Society.
Carter is the general editor of Sehnsucht: The C. S.
Lewis Journal, the only peer-reviewed journal on C. S. Lewis published in
North America. He has published over a hundred articles in academic journals and works of reference, including the
Journal of Ecclesiastical History, The Encyclopedia of Christian
Literature, The New Westminster Dictionary of Church History, The
Encyclopedia of Protestantism, Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart,
The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, The Blackwell
Dictionary of Evangelical Biography, and The Anglican Catholic.
Carter has served as visiting professor at Wesley Theological Seminary,
Washington, DC, and twice at Nashotah House (Episcopal) Seminary, Wisconsin.
An ordained Anglican deacon and priest, Carter
has held various church (parish) appointments in the Church of England, the
Episcopal Church, and the larger Anglican Communion. He is a member of the
Ecclesiastical History Society and the Church of England Record Society.
CH500 Early Church History
CH502 Medieval/Reformation Church History
CH506 American Church History
CH517 Christian Spirituality
ST572 Bonhoeffer: Life & Thought
ST574 Theology of C. S. Lewis
Areas of Expertise, Research, Writing, and Teaching:
Modern English church history, history of evangelicalism, C. S. Lewis, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, history of Christian spirituality