In this insightful book, Dr. Timothy C. Tennent brings together a wealth of theological and biblical insight with years of practical experience in making disciples. Broken into twelve chapters, one for each of the great faith declarations of the Apostles’ Creed, this resource makes for an excellent introduction or refresher course on the essentials of the Christian faith. It works well for personal or group study as well as a congregation-wide journey.*
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John Wesley’s thirteen discourses on Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount were first published in 1746 in a collection called Sermons on Several Occasions. To this day considered one of the greatest interpreters of the Sermon on the Mount, Wesley approaches the text with the dual understanding of Old Testament law...
John Wesley's most significant and enduring theological contribution was that of Christian Perfection, the idea that as we grow in faith, God's spirit lovingly changes us until we become perfect in love. Unlike human perfection, Christian Perfection is grounded in the completeness of the Christian experience, rather than in a...
By the time Tongue of Fire was first published in 1856, the once strong Methodist movement in Great Britain was slowly declining into a "form of religion without the power," as John Wesley feared it would. Now an established denominational body, it bared more resemblance to the tired Church of...
Attendees of Wesley Studies Symposium: Use your code to download your copy of The Class Meeting here. In The Class Meeting, Kevin Watson pulls a play from the playbook of John Wesley and brings it to life for today’s Church. "Because most small groups are built around curricular study resources, people...