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Pocket Guide to John Wesley's Message Today
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With its plain, easy-to-understand language, this Pocket Guide will help you understand the major aspects of John Wesley's theology. Discover what Wesley believed about the image of God and original sin, Stewardship, Justification by faith and more. This booklet also offers study questions that will help you or your group discuss the importance of Wesley's ideas for Christians today. 96 pages, softcover from Abingdon Press.
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 1992
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With its plain, easy-to-understand language, this Pocket Guide will help you understand the major aspects of John Wesley's theology.
The image of God and original sin Stewardship Justification by faith The witness of the Spirit Social holiness
You will discover what Wesley believed about...
...and more. This 96 page booklet also offers study questions that will help you or your group discuss the importance of Wesley's ideas for Christians today.
Lovett H. Weems Jr. is distinguished professor of church leadership and director of the Lewis Center for Church Leadership at WesleyTheological Seminary in Washington, D.C. He came to this position in 2003 after 18 years as president of Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas City, Missouri. A native of Mississippi, Dr. Weems is a graduate of Millsaps College; Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University; and Wesley Theological Seminary. The author of several books published by Abingdon Press, his most recent includes Bearing Fruit: Ministry with Real Results (with Tom Berlin) and a revised edition of his classic, Church Leadership: Vision, Team, Culture, and Integrity. He co-edits the online newsletter Leading Ideas, available free at ChurchLeadership.com.
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