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McEwan, David Bernard (2006). An examination of how John Wesley's theological methodology functions in pastoral practice, illustrated by his doctrine of Christian perfection PhD Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics, The University of Queensland.   11
McEwan, D. B. (2003). An initial response to Neville Bartle's articles of faith and Jesus' victory over Satan: The missiological Implications.. In: David A. Ackerman, Scripture's Distinctives and Dynamic. Towards an Asia-Pacific Hermeneutic of Holiness Papers and Reflections from the 2003 Asia-Pacific Regional Theology Conference. 2003 Asia-Pacific Regional Theology Conference, Korea Nazarene University, (218-226). 7-9 October, 2003.    
McEwan, David (2002) Being Holy is Being Christlike: To What Extent is This a Definable and Useful Model in an Australian Context?. Didache: Faithful Teaching, 2 Summer 2002: .    
McEwan, David B. (2002). Being holy is being Christlike: To what extent is this a definable and useful model in an Australian context?. In: David A. Ackerman, The Challenge of Culture: Articulating and Proclaiming the Wesleyan-Holiness message in the Asia-Pacific Region. Asia-Pacific Region 2001 Theology Conference, Rizal, Philippines, (65-82). 2001.    
McEwan, David (2013). Christian Zionism. In Albert Truesdale, Henry H. Knight, Karen Strand Winslow and K. E. Brower (Ed.), Global Wesleyan dictionary of theology (pp. xx-xx) Kansas City, Mo United States: Beacon Hill Press.    
McEwan, David (2001) Communicating Biblical Truth to a Postmodern Generation. Didache: Faithful Teaching, .    
McEwan, David (2013). Cult. In Albert Truesdale, Henry H. Knight, Karen Strand Winslow and K. E. Brower (Ed.), Global Wesleyan dictionary of theology (pp. xx-xx) Kansas City, Mo United States: Beacon Hill Press.    
McEwan, David (2010) Denominational identity in a world of theological indifferentism: some insights from John Wesley and ‘the people called methodists’. Aldersgate Papers, 8 9-26.    
Brower, Kent and McEwan, David (2007) Future Challenges in Wesleyan Theological Education. Didache: Faithful Teaching, 7 1: 1-10.    
McEwan, David and Brower, K. (2011) Future Challenges in Wesleyan Theological Education. Intelligence and Creation, 14 87-105.    
McEwan, D. B. (1994) Imperfect Perfection: How Shall We Articulate the Wesleyan Position in Australian Society Today?. Aldersgate Papers, 1 6-16.    
McEwan, David (2000) John Wesley’s Doctrine of Christian Perfection: Theological Methodology in Pastoral Practice. Pacific Journal of Theology, 3 Summer 2000: 55-77.    
McEwan, David (2015) Love, Holiness and Happiness: The Wesleyan Prescription for Effective Mission. Crucible: Theology and Ministry, 6 2: .    
McEwan, David (2013). Penance. In Albert Truesdale, Henry H. Knight, Karen Strand Winslow and K. E. Brower (Ed.), Global Wesleyan dictionary of theology (pp. xx-xx) Kansas City, Mo United States: Beacon Hill Press.    
McEwan, David (2001) Quality Theological Education from a Wesleyan Perspective. The Mediator, .    
McEwan, David (2013). Religious Syncretism. In Albert Truesdale, Henry H. Knight, Karen Strand Winslow and K. E. Brower (Ed.), Global Wesleyan dictionary of theology (pp. xx-xx) Kansas City, Mo United States: Beacon Hill Press.    
McEwan, David B. The life of God in the soul: the integration of love, holiness and happiness in the thought of John Wesley. Milton Keynes, United Kingdom: Paternoster, 2015.    
McEwan, David (2011) The living and written word of god: John Wesley’s reading, understanding and application of scripture. Wesleyan Theological Journal, 46 1: 106-119.    
McEwan, David (2015). The Lost Chapter. In A Theology of Love: The Dynamic of Wesleyanism 2nd ed. (pp. 365-369) Kansas City: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City.    
McEwan, David B. (2014) Wesleyan connectionalism and Nazarene ecclesiology: insights and implications for future directions. Didache: Faithful Teaching, 13 2: 1-11.   22
McEwan, David B. Wesley as a Pastoral Theologian: Theological Methodology in John Wesley’s Doctrine of Perfection. Milton Keynes, United Kingdom: Paternoster, 2011.