John Wesley's theology today

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Abingdon Press, 1960 - Religion - 252 pages
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Issues of vital importance and interest to contemporary Christians are covered in this complete plcture of Wesleyan theology. Colin Williams examines the main beliefs of John Wesley -- authority and experience, salvation, original sin, repentance and justification, atonement, the work of the Holy Spirit, doctrine of the church, Christian perfection, and eschatology -- in a search for insights which Methodism should share with other Christians concerning issues that divide the churches.

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Doctrine and Opinion
Authority and Experience
Prevenient Grace

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