A Living Tradition: Critical Recovery and Reconstruction of by Mary Elizabeth Moore,Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore

By Mary Elizabeth Moore,Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore

This publication engages in a serious restoration and reconstruction of the Wesleyan theological legacy when it comes to present theological innovations and Christian practices with the reason to offer possibilities for destiny instructions. The participants handle pressing questions from the contexts during which humans now stay, fairly questions concerning social holiness and Christian practices. therefore, the authors specialise in historic figures (John Wesley, Susanna Wesley, Harry Hoosier and Richard Allen); historic advancements (such because the ways that African american citizens appropriated Methodism); and theological subject matters (such as holistic therapeutic, paintings and vocation, and prophetic grace). the aim isn't to supply a accomplished ancient and theological insurance of the culture, yet to exemplify methods to ancient restoration and reconstruction that keep on with adequately the mentorship of John Wesley and the residing culture that has emerged from his witness.

Contributors: W. Stephen Gunter, Richard P. Heitzenrater, Diane Leclerc, William B. McClain, Randy L. Maddox, Rebekah L. Miles, Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore, Amy G. Oden, and Elaine A. Robinson.

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