John Wesley's theology today
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
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