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Reclaiming the Wesleyan social witness

L. Faye Short

Reclaiming the Wesleyan social witness

offering Christ

by L. Faye Short

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Published by Providence House in Franklin, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United Methodist Church (U.S.) -- Doctrines,
  • Church renewal -- United Methodist Church (U.S.)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 208).

    StatementL. Faye Short and Kathryn D. Kiser.
    ContributionsKiser, Kathryn D.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX8382.2 .S54 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 214 p. ;
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23216703M
    ISBN 101577364090
    ISBN 109781577364092
    LC Control Number2007943846

    Paul came to Virginia Wesleyan in May He has a wide-ranging background that includes religion, law and music. He holds a Master of Divinity () and Ph.D. in the study of religion from Harvard, as well as a law degree (J.D.) and a music degree (B. . "Reclaiming the Wesleyan Tradition is an exceptional resource for the local church. A collaborative venture by a seminary professor and four of his students, the book offers 13 user-friendly lessons covering the Wesleyan 'scriptural way to salvation.' No pastor or layperson should miss this opportunity for a deeper exploration of the tradition.".

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    Field presents a Wesleyan vision of the church as the embodiment of God’s love in the world and explores the implications of this vision for our life together. In this vision, the church is where we become creatures of love, learning to love God and neighbor ever more completely and authentically through the means of God’s grace.   After one week the YouTube video about Reclaiming the Wesleyan Tradition has received hits (it had 44 when I discovered it a week and a half ago). The video also now comes up on the second page if you search “Wesleyan” on YouTube. So far the video has been posted on 25 different blogs and has been mentioned on two other blogs that I have found.


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It is easy to be in agreement with the main teaching of the book which is the need to “rediscover the core of the Wesleyan witness–faith working. the doctrine and ethical teachings of an historic, Wesleyan expression of the Christian faith while reclaiming the qualities of our earlier movement.

The WCA anticipates that the formation of such a new Methodist church will be an outcome of the General Conference of The United Methodist Church. Katy teaches in her local church and serves on several committees. She served for seven years on the Good News board of directors.

Along with writing for Renew, Katy is a freelance writer, and co-author with Faye Short of Reclaiming the Wesleyan Social Witness – Offering Christ. Reclaiming the Wesleyan Tradition Print Book Douglas M. Strong, Sarah B. Dorrance, Robert McDonald-Walker, Ingrid Y. Wang, Kevin Watson - SARAH B DORRANCE, KEVIN WATSON, DOUGLAS M STRONG, ROBERT MCDONALD-WALKER, INGRID Y WANG: The Upper Room Come back home to God.

Salvation is a central theme in John Wesley's. Supervision can be a gift of grace. This book explores pastoral supervision in the context of leade Learn More. Jesus commissioned his followers to make disciples of all nations, and John Wesley claimed that all the world was his parish.

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It put forward a Wesleyan social witness, and proposed a rediscovery of the core of the Wesleyan witness – “saving faith.” Bishop Lindsey G.

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Adherence to the Wesleyan doctrinal standards: Articles of Religion, Confession of Faith, Standards Sermons, and Notes on the New Testament; Organization • Global connectional polity • A General Conference that cares for: Accountability to Doctrinal Standards, Social Witness, and shared life and order of the Church; Coordinating global mission.

“Reclaiming the ‘E’ Word.” Focus (Winter/Spring). “Religious Faith and Science in Contact.” Journal of Religion and Film “Wesleyan Theology, Scriptural Authority, and Homosexuality.” Wesleyan Theological Journal“A Prolegomenon to a Contemporary Theology of Urban Ministry.” Connection (7.

Adherence to the Wesleyan doctrinal standards: Articles of Religion, Confession of Faith, Standards Sermons, and Notes on the New Testament. Organization. Global connectional polity. A General Conference that cares for: Accountability to Doctrinal Standards, Social Witness, and shared life and order of the Church.

Coordinating global mission. The other work is Faye Short and Kathryn Kiser’s Reclaiming the Wesleyan Social Witness: Offering Christ (Providence House Publishers, ). As a project of Good News’ Renew Network, this volume gave the church an important work with a balanced focus on vital personal faith and the resulting necessary expression that Wesley called “faith.

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