About Rev Dr Paul Stewart
Rev Dr Paul Stewart is an ordained Minister and Executive Leader within the Church of God of Prophecy. His theological areas of interest stem from his vast academic studies in Homiletics and Biblical Exposition, Pentecostal and Charismatic Theology, Practical Theology, Ecclesiology and Systematic Theology. Dr Stewart has an extensive teaching background and has taught programme management and Leadership within Universities such as University of Warwick, Open University and University of Coventry.
He has also created a number of course modules at Postgraduate level which have been used within Theological institutions such as. Dr Stewart is a Board governor for The Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham. He operates as Chair for the Leadership Development and Discipleship for the Church of God of Prophecy (COGOP) in the UK.
He also is the regional director of education and part of the delivery team for the West Midlands region. Dr Stewart’s hobbies include reading, cycling, travel, and listening to music of various genres.
- Practical Theology
- Systematic Theology
- D Min in Theology and Leadership – Canada Christian College (Birmingham)
- MPhil in Aspects of Biblical Interpretation – University of Birmingham
- Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education, (PGCE) – University of Coventry
- BTh in Theology, European Theological Seminary – (Birmingham)
- Certificate in Theology – University of Birmingham
- MSc in Engineering Management – University of Coventry
- Post Graduate Diploma in Engineering Management – University of Coventry
- Post Graduate Certificate in Engineering Management – University of Coventry
- HNC in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering – Matthew Boulton College.
- Stewart, P. The Principle of Tithing and Giving. Doctrinal Paper written to the Corporate Executive Board of the Church of God of Prophecy, 2018.
- Stewart, P. Apocalyptic Literature During Troubling Times: The Book of Daniel Presented online through Zoom, 2020a.
- Stewart, P. Apocalyptic Literature During Troubling Times: The Book of Revelation Presented online through Zoom, 2020b.
- P. Repositioning and Sharpening COGOP’s Focus on Missions Theological Symposium, COGOP Gloucester Street, Wolverhampton, 2017.
Stewart, P. “Preparing the Black Majority Church for the 21st Century.” The Black Theology Forum, Queens Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham, 201
In particular, he is passionate about the Lectionary and Pentecostal preaching traditions and how both approaches can be combined to enrich the preaching event. His commitment to disseminating theological scholarship is the catalyst for his pioneering annual Trialogue Preaching conference.
Rev Thomas is keen to participate in ecumenical activities across denominational boundaries and was the former chairperson for Churches Together in Sydenham and Forest Hill, South London. He is a member of the United Reformed Church’s (URC) Theology of Worship Academic Group and is completing his PhD in Theology at Roehampton University.
Rev Thomas is married to Claire and they have two beautiful daughters: Rheanna and Rosharna. His hobbies and interests include keep fit and politics.