John Wesley A Theological Journey

ISBN-10: 0687027888

ISBN-13: 9780687027880

Edition: 2003

Authors: Kenneth J. Collins

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Drawing on an examination of the primary sources & demonstrating an intimate knowledge of the different contexts & social locations in which Wesley's theology took place, this text will be ideal reading for anyone wishing to understand the broad scope of the Methodist leader's theological contribution.
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List price: $35.99
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Publication date: 6/1/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 355
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Kenneth J. Collins (Ph.D., Drew University) is professor of Historical Theology and Wesley Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary. He has published several books including The Theology of John Wesley (Abingdon, 2007), The Evangelical Moment (Baker, 2005) and John Wesley: A Theological Journey (Abingdon, 2003).

The Puritan and Anglican Heritage
The Maternal Legacy
The Paternal Legacy
John Wesley's Early Life
The End of Religion
A Kempis and Taylor
Wesley's Early Understanding of Faith
Developments at Oxford
William Law
The First Rise of Methodism: Oxford
The Circumcision of the Heart
The Epworth Living
The Voyage to Georgia
The Fear of Death as a Test of Christian Experience
The Second Rise of Methodism: The Georgia Mission
The Salzburgers
Wesley's Pastoral Style at Savannah and Frederica
The Sophia Hopkey Relationship
The Return Home
Peter Bohler
William Law
Wesley's Western Theological Orientation
Salvation by Faith
Back to England
Field Preaching
The Form and Power of Methodism
Lay Preaching
The Third Rise of Methodism: Fetter Lane
George Whitefield
The Character and Principles of a Methodist
Susanna's Death
The Methodist Infrastructure
Anglican Opposition
Scriptural Christianity
Theological Nuances and Ongoing Standards
The Faith of a Servant
The Standards of Redemption
Inward Religion
Religious Dispositions
The Issue of Determinism
The Church Question
Strengthening the Foundations
Bishop Lavington and the Nature of Enthusiasm
The Moral Law
A Caution Against Bigotry and the Catholic Spirit
Ecclesiastical Developments
Wesley's Marriage
Wesley's Evangelical Friends
A Christian Library and Notes upon the New Testament
Assurance Revisited
The Anglican Church and Holiness
Bishop Warburton
James Hervey
Original Sin
The New Birth: Sanctification Begun
Challenges Along the Way
Perfect Love: Sanctification Perfected
The Myth of John Wesley and Eastern Orthodoxy
The Importance of the Anglican and Pietist Traditions
The Witnesses to Perfect Love
The Bell and Maxfield Fiasco
A Contentious Decade
Wesley and British Politics
Wesley and American Politics: Slavery
The American Revolution
Domestic Affairs
The Calvinist Controversy
The Theology of the Minutes
The Upshot of It All
A Church Established
The American Ordinations
Preparing for a British Church
The Danger of Riches
Loss and Decline
Real Christianity
Wesley's Protestant Spiritual Orientation
Conclusion: "The Best of All"
The Wedding Garment
Inward Religion Revisited
The Ongoing Danger of Riches
The Letters to Wilberforce and Sharp
Wesley's Health
The Enduring Theological Themes
Wesley's Last Days
Selected Bibliography
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