Dr Nathan Paylor is an expert in the theology and history of the Reformation, and its implications for contemporary mission and ecclesiology, with over 15 years of experience in various forms of mission, evangelism, and ministry. Previously he was a Visiting Lecturer in Theology at the University of Chester. He is also the founder of Theology That Sings, an inter-denominational ecclesial theology project based in Chester, UK. He has also given papers at academic conferences including The Society for the Study of Theology, and Missio Dei, and has contributed to the journal, Holiness (Wesley House, Cambridge). His main field of research is Reformed Theology and Reformation Thought.