John Wesley's Sermons: An Introduction

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Albert Cook Outler
Abingdon Press, 1984 - Religion - 107 pages
2 Reviews

For the first time, students of Wesley have access to Albert C. Outler's widely acclaimed "introduction" to Volume 1 of The Works of John Wesley in a single inexpensive paperback.

No student of John Wesley will need to be reminded of Albert Outler's stature, or the significance of his contribution to twentieth-century Wesleyan studies.

Contents

  • A Career in Retrospect
  • The Preacher and His Preaching
  • The Sermon Corpus
  • Theological Method and the Problems of development
  • Wesley and His Sources
  • On Reading Wesley's Sermons
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    Review: John Wesley's Sermons: An Introduction

    User Review  - Alan - Goodreads

    Decent overall summary of John Wesley. Honestly, it was presented in a full fashion and I became bored with it rather quickly. However, it did provide some important information about the life and ministry of John Wesley. Read full review

    Review: John Wesley's Sermons: An Introduction

    User Review  - J. Ewbank - Goodreads

    Albert C. Outles's John Wesley's Sermons, an Introduction is an excellent book, well done by one of the ablest Wesleyan scholars we have had in the last several years. He was Professor of Theology at ... Read full review

    About the author (1984)

    Albert Cook Outler was Professor of Theology at the Southern Methodist University Perkins School of Theology in Dallas, Texas. He is generally considered to be one of the most important Wesley scholars in the history of the Church as well as the first real United Methodist theologian. He was also a key figure in the twentieth-century ecumenical movement.

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