John Wesley Preaching

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It's time for The United Methodist Church to take a lesson from its founders and decide how to "die well," writes the Rev. John Fanestil. Read more


Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels may have laid the groundwork for communism, but John and Charles Wesley had similar thoughts about economics and society, writes the Rev. Richard Lowell Bryant. Read more

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Loving Neighbor

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Scholar David N. Field contends that theological diversity poses no threat to the core of Methodism, which proclaims the radical transforming grace of God that enables us to love God and our neighbors. Read more

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The Rev. Jack Shitama expands on his previous post on mature discipleship with guidance on how to help form and guide followers of Jesus. Read more

Practicing Faith

Wesleyanism is two things, not one, writes the Rev. Jeremy Smith, and those two characteristics are often at odds with one another. Read more

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David W. Scott marks a significant anniversary of global Methodism with a brief history. Read more

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John Wesley Profile

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An Earnest Appeal: Religion of Love

John Wesley's effort to explain Methodism to the people of his day may be couched in archaic language, but its message is still relevant, writes the Rev. John R. Meunier. Read more

Nov 7, 2012 5:05 PM John Meunier