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Wesleyan Perspectives on the New Creation

M Douglas Meeks (Ed)

Wesleyan Perspectives on the New Creation

M Douglas Meeks (Ed)

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The opening years of the third Christian millennium are an appropriate time to explore Christian hope as it relates to God's purpose in creation, salvation, and redemption of the universe. This book explores these themes from various angles.

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The New Creation was the theme of the Eleventh Oxford Institute of Methodist Theological Studies held in August 2002. The Oxford Institute, held under the auspices of the World Methodist Council, meets every five years and seeks to bring together scholars, ministers, and laypersons from the Methodist and other churches in the Wesleyan traditions throughout the world for disciplined theological study. The purpose of this Institute was to discern the implications of affirming the New Creation for Christian life and mission in the new millennium. The opening years of the third Christian millennium are an appropriate time to explore Christian hope as it relates to God's purpose in creation, salvation, and redemption of the universe. Those who stand in the theological tradition of John and Charles Wesley are particularly well placed by their heritage to explore its theme from biblical, historical, theological, ethical, political, psychological, liturgical, and devotional angles. The book contains edited versions of the conference plenary addresses.

Contributors include: H. Mvume Dandala, Randy L. Maddox, Manfred Marquardt, M. Douglas Meeks, Nester O. Miguez, Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore, Jong Chun Park, Russell Richey, Josiah U. Young.



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About "Wesleyan Perspectives on the New Creation"

The opening years of the third Christian millennium are an appropriate time to explore Christian hope as it relates to God's purpose in creation, salvation, and redemption of the universe. This book explores these themes from various angles.
- Publisher

The New Creation was the theme of the Eleventh Oxford Institute of Methodist Theological Studies held in August 2002. The Oxford Institute, held under the auspices of the World Methodist Council, meets every five years and seeks to bring together scholars, ministers, and laypersons from the Methodist and other churches in the Wesleyan traditions throughout the world for disciplined theological study. The purpose of this Institute was to discern the implications of affirming the New Creation for Christian life and mission in the new millennium. The opening years of the third Christian millennium are an appropriate time to explore Christian hope as it relates to God's purpose in creation, salvation, and redemption of the universe. Those who stand in the theological tradition of John and Charles Wesley are particularly well placed by their heritage to explore its theme from biblical, historical, theological, ethical, political, psychological, liturgical, and devotional angles. The book contains edited versions of the conference plenary addresses.

Contributors include: H. Mvume Dandala, Randy L. Maddox, Manfred Marquardt, M. Douglas Meeks, Nester O. Miguez, Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore, Jong Chun Park, Russell Richey, Josiah U. Young.


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Meet the Author

M Douglas Meeks (Ed)

Meeks is Cal Turner Chancellor Professor of Theology and Wesleyan Studies at The Divinity School, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.

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  • Catalogue Code 224318
  • Product Code 0687038855
  • EAN 9780687038855
  • Pages 200
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Lightning Print
  • Publication Date Nov 2004
  • Dimensions 228 x 153 x 14 mm
  • Weight 0.307kg

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