Wesleyan Theology

Right Conception Of Sin: Its Relation to Right Thinking and Right Living

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Richard S. Taylor

Right living and right thinking will come only to the Christian who understands what the New Testament means by sin. Dr. Taylor discusses this theme under the following headings:

  • Sin and Theology
  • Sin and Calvinism
  • A Basic Fallacy
  • The Atonement and the Nature of Man
  • The Atonement and a Sinning Religion
  • What Is an Act of Sin?
  • The Effect of Sin After Regeneration
  • The Atonement and the New Covenant
  • The Atonement and Original Sin.

Words Of Faith: An Easy Reference to Theological Terms

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Rob L. Staples

In the beginning, according to the first chapter of Genesis, God created the universe simply by uttering words. Christians dare not take lightly the importance of words for understanding, clarifying, and communicating the Word.

Theology. Providence. Justification. These are some words that help create and define our Christian existence.

Theology of Love: The Dynamic of Wesleyanism, Second Edition

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Mildred Bangs Wynkoop

In this seminal work on holiness Mildred Wynkoop brought to the forefront the understanding that holiness is relational. Here she explains that loving God and loving neighbor find articulate expression in the holy life--a life oriented in dynamic and loving relationship toward God that in turn reaches out and embraces others. A Theology of Love reinvigorated for new generations the meaning of John Wesley's concept of perfect love.

Outward Sign and Inward Grace: The Place of Sacraments in Wesleyan Spirituality

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Rob L. Staples

An exploration of Wesleyan theology and the sacraments. The author addresses this issue of balance between structure and freedom in worship and symbolism's vital role. Infant baptism and the Eucharist's relation to evangelism is also discussed.

 

Foundations of Wesleyan-Arminian Theology

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Mildred Bangs Wynkoop

Herein is a most discriminating study of the basic differences between historic Calvinism and Arminianism and the developments in both theological traditions that have created the mounting barriers to the understanding of each other's position. Dr. Wynkoop deals authoritatively with the critical issues, and incisively cuts through the prevalent fuzzy theological concepts, but all with delicacy and understanding. The monumental contribution of John Wesley in defining the doctrine of sanctification is a key emphasis in the book, along with the central issue of Christian assurance.

Exploring Christian Holiness, vol. 3

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Westlake Taylor Purkiser

This is the third volume of a three-volume work under the general title Exploring Christian Holiness. It takes up the subsequent theological formulation of the doctrine.

Exploring Christian Holiness, vol. 2

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Westlake Taylor Purkiser

This is the second volume of a three-volume work under the general title Exploring Christian Holiness. It deals with the historical development of holiness teaching through the Christian centuries.

Exploring Christian Holiness, vol. 1

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Westlake Taylor Purkiser

This is the first volume of a three-volume work, Exploring Christian Holiness.  It is a survey of the biblical foundations of the doctrine, experience, and life of holiness.  The second volume, authored by Doctors Pul M. Bassett and William M. Greathouse, deals witht eh historical developent of holiness teaching through the Christian centuries.  The third volume by Dr. Richard S. Taylor takes up the subsequent theological formulation of the doctrine.

Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Al Truesdale

Representing over 20 countries and numerous Wesleyan denominations, the Global Wesleyan Dictionary of Theology is a collaborative achievement of more than 100 Wesleyan scholars. Its global and denominational diversity is reflected in more than 360 articles encompassing a broad range of topics. Designed for clergy, laypersons, university students, and church teachers, this work is arranged for ease in cross-referencing and to assist in further study.

A Farther Appeal to Men of Reason and Religion

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
John Wesley

High-resolution scan (600 dpi) of A Farther Appeal to Men of Reason and Religion, by John Wesley. Printed in 1745 by W. Strahan (London). 106 p. (missing p. 9-12). Scanned at 600 dpi on September 13, 2017 at the Churchh of the Nazarene Global Ministry Center, Lenexa, KS. Book owned by a MidAmerica Nazarene University faculty member.

Title page:

A FARTHER APPEAL To MEN of REASON and RELIGION.

By JOHN WESLEY, M. A.

Fellow of Lincoln College, OXFORD.

LONDON:

Printed by W. STRAHAN ; and sold by T. TRYE

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