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Wesleyan Essentials in a Multicultural Society

Ted CampbellMichael Burns

Wesleyan Essentials in a Multicultural Society

Ted CampbellMichael Burns

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Helps users understand and use United Methodist belief and tradition to function as a Christian in a multicultural society. Sessions covers the post-modern world philosophy and its failure to provide value outside of Christian faith by studying a variety of Wesleyan essentials from original sin to holy. 13 sessions.1. The Challenge of Multiculturalism2. Biblical Authority in a Relativist World3. The Divine Trinity in a Multicultural Age4. Is Jesus the Only Way to God?5. The Holy Spirit and the Spirit of the Age6. Does Humanity Need God?7. More than a Casual Relationship: Saving Grace8. Holiness of Heart and Life: Sanctification9. What's the Point of Worship?10. Christian Behavior in a World Where "Anything Goes"11. "What New Creation?": Christian Social Responsibility12. Mission in a Multicultural Society13. Marketplace Christianity: Living Authentically

- Publisher Helps users understand and use United Methodist belief and tradition to function as a Christian in a multicultural society. Sessions cover the post-modern world philosophy and its failure to provide value outside of Christian faith by studying a variety of Wesleyan essentials from original sin to holy love. 13 sessions. 1. The Challenge of Multiculturalism 2. Biblical Authority in a Relativist World 3. The Divine Trinity in a Multicultural Age 4. Is Jesus the Only Way to God? 5. The Holy Spirit and the Spirit of the Age 6. Does Humanity Need God? 7. More than a Casual Relationship: Saving Grace 8. Holiness of Heart and Life: Sanctification 9. What's the Point of Worship? 10. Christian Behavior in a World Where "Anything Goes" 11. "What New Creation?": Christian Social Responsibility 12. Mission in a Multicultural Society 13. Marketplace Christianity: Living Authentically.

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Helps users understand United Methodist beliefs and tradition and what it means to function as a Christian in the context of a multi-cultural society. Thirteen sessions explore the Wesleyan essentials of original sin, the saving work of Christ, atonement, resurrection, salvation by grace through faith, trinity, prevenient grace, sanctifying grace, doctrine of the Holy Spirit, and living a transformed life.



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Helps users understand and use United Methodist belief and tradition to function as a Christian in a multicultural society. Sessions covers the post-modern world philosophy and its failure to provide value outside of Christian faith by studying a variety of Wesleyan essentials from original sin to holy. 13 sessions.1. The Challenge of Multiculturalism2. Biblical Authority in a Relativist World3. The Divine Trinity in a Multicultural Age4. Is Jesus the Only Way to God?5. The Holy Spirit and the Spirit of the Age6. Does Humanity Need God?7. More than a Casual Relationship: Saving Grace8. Holiness of Heart and Life: Sanctification9. What's the Point of Worship?10. Christian Behavior in a World Where "Anything Goes"11. "What New Creation?": Christian Social Responsibility12. Mission in a Multicultural Society13. Marketplace Christianity: Living Authentically
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Helps users understand and use United Methodist belief and tradition to function as a Christian in a multicultural society. Sessions cover the post-modern world philosophy and its failure to provide value outside of Christian faith by studying a variety of Wesleyan essentials from original sin to holy love. 13 sessions. 1. The Challenge of Multiculturalism 2. Biblical Authority in a Relativist World 3. The Divine Trinity in a Multicultural Age 4. Is Jesus the Only Way to God? 5. The Holy Spirit and the Spirit of the Age 6. Does Humanity Need God? 7. More than a Casual Relationship: Saving Grace 8. Holiness of Heart and Life: Sanctification 9. What's the Point of Worship? 10. Christian Behavior in a World Where "Anything Goes" 11. "What New Creation?": Christian Social Responsibility 12. Mission in a Multicultural Society 13. Marketplace Christianity: Living Authentically.
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Helps users understand United Methodist beliefs and tradition and what it means to function as a Christian in the context of a multi-cultural society. Thirteen sessions explore the Wesleyan essentials of original sin, the saving work of Christ, atonement, resurrection, salvation by grace through faith, trinity, prevenient grace, sanctifying grace, doctrine of the Holy Spirit, and living a transformed life.


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Meet the Authors

Ted Campbell

Ted A. Campbell (PhD., Southern Methodist University, MA., Oxford) is Associate Professor of Church History at Southern Methodist University. His research interests include Methodist history including Wesleyan studies; Pietism and movements for a "religion of the heart" in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; Ecumenical Christian doctrine. Selected Publications: Methodist Doctrine: The Essentials (Abingdon Press); Christian Confessions: A Historical Introduction (Westminster John Knox Press); The Religion of the Heart: A Study of European Religious Life in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (University of South Carolina Press); John Wesley and Christian Antiquity: Religious Vision and Cultural Change (Kingswood Books imprint of the Abingdon Press); Edited: Albert C. Outler as Historian and Interpreter of the Christian Tradition (volume 8 in The Albert C. Outler Library; Anderson, Indiana: Bristol Books), Wesleyan Essentials in a Multicultural Society and Charles Wesley: Life Literature and Legacy(edited with Kenneth Newport).

Michael Burns

MICHAEL T. BURNS is senior pastor of Dodge City Church of the Nazarene in Dodge City, Kansas.

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  • Catalogue Code 223855
  • Product Code 0687039940
  • EAN 9780687039944
  • Pages 168
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Abingdon Press
  • Publication Date Aug 2004
  • Dimensions 215 x 164 x 8 mm
  • Weight 0.169kg

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