Being United Methodist: What It Means, Why It Matters
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Being United Methodist: What It Means, Why It Matters  -     By: J. Ellsworth Kalas
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In Being Raised United Methodist, popular and well-loved author J. Ellsworth Kalas uses his approachable style to address a topic that sometimes seems complicated even to those who have reflected upon it for years.

In Being United Methodist Kalas explores questions such as who are these people called "United Methodists"? Where have they come from? Where are they going? And how is it that so few of them really know what it means to be a United Methodist? What makes them tick? And in a spasmodic world, what keeps them ticking?

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Title: Being United Methodist: What It Means, Why It Matters
By: J. Ellsworth Kalas
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2012
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 1426752342
ISBN-13: 9781426752346
Stock No: WW752341

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In Being United Methodist, popular and well-loved author J. Ellsworth Kalas uses his approachable style to address a topic that sometimes seems complicated even to those who have reflected upon it for years.
In this book, Kalas explores questions such as Who are these people called United Methodists? Where have they come from, and where are they going? And how is it that so few of them really know what it means to be a United Methodist? What makes them tick, and in a spasmodically changing world, what keeps them ticking?

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J. Ellsworth Kalas (1923-2015) was the author of over 35 books, including the popular Back Side series, A Faith of Her Own: Women of the Old Testament, Strong Was Her Faith: Women of the New Testament, I Bought a House on Gratitude Street, and the Christian Believer study, and was a presenter on DISCIPLE videos. He was part of the faculty of Asbury Theological Seminary since 1993, formerly serving as president and then as senior professor of homiletics. He was a United Methodist pastor for 38 years and also served five years in evangelism with the World Methodist Council. 

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