What today's Methodists need to know about John Wesley

Lexington, KY: Emeth Press (2018)

Rem B. Edwards
Emory University (PhD)
John Wesley was an incredible person both in what he did and what he thought. Viewed against the background of the Christian scholars of his day and those who went before him, his thinking was immensely creative, insightful, and at times downright radical. From this book readers will learn more about what he thought than about what he did, but both are explored. Most Methodists know a little bit about what he did, but almost nothing about what he thought. When readers find out about them, they may be both astonished and very pleasantly surprised.
Keywords Wesley, John  Wesley's theology and philosophy
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