Experience in the So-Called 'Wesleyan Quadrilateral"

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Obviously "experience," like all components of the quadrilateral, must be tested by application of the others (in this case scripture, reason and tradition). Further, it seems to me that there is nothing inherently inconsistent between "the witness of the Spirit" and common sense, although I have never known any proponent of the quadrilateral to describe experience in that way. Could the witness of the Spirit add "new things to Christian truth?" It seems to me that Scripture reveals the answer to that question to be "yes."

Bill Guerrant more than 5 years ago


So, do we honestly think/believe that Holy Spirit is Still Speaking??????? Or do you think that Holy Spirit stopped giving new information when Wesley died? or when Outler died?
Or, did Outler correctly understand/interpret what he heard?
Life goes on. I hope we are still learning.

Elsie Gauley Vega more than 5 years ago