Christian perfection

"Christian perfection" isn't a static state, but a continuous process in which humans gain more and more of the perspective on love as God, whose infinite nature we can never fully encompass, writes the Rev. Charlie Baber. Read more


John Wesley's concept of "going on to perfection" – maturing in Christian faith – deserves a contemporary update so that more people can reap its spiritual benefits, writes the Rev. Laura Felleman. Read more

Practicing Faith

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Craig L. Adams finds John Wesley quotes from a fellow blogger underscore his idea that Christians being perfected in love is an ecumenical doctrine. Read more

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Far from being a concept unique to Methodism, Craig L. Adams traces the elements of John Wesley's idea of "going on to perfection" in other Christian thought. Read more

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