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Psychology and Wesleyan Theology: Precedents and Prospects for a Renewed Engagement
(Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 2004-06-01)
Formation for Christian Leadership: Wesleyan Reflections
(American Theological Library Association Summary of Proceedings, 2003-01-01)
Practical Theology: A Discipline in Search of a Definition.
(Perspectives in Religious Studies, 1991-06-01)
The Rule of Christian Faith, Practice, and Hope: John Wesley on the Bible
(Methodist Review, 2011)
Prelude to a Dialogue: A Response to Kenneth Collins
(Wesleyan Theological Journal, 2000-03-01)
The Necessity of Recognizing Distinctions: Lessons from Evangelical Critiques of Christian Feminist Theology.
(Christian Scholar's Review, 1988-03-01)
Wesleyan Resources for a Contemporary Theology of the Poor.
(Asbury Theological Journal, 1994-03-01)
Digging Deep into the Mine: Charles Wesley and the Bible.
(Proceedings of the Charles Wesley Society, 2011)
Wesley and Inclusive Grammar: A Note for Reflection.
(Sacramental Life, 1991)
Responsible Grace: The Systematic Perspective of Wesleyan Theology.
(Wesleyan Theological Journal, 1984-09-01)
This article reexamines the systematic nature of John Wesley's theology, drawing on recent reconceptions of theology as a praxis-oriented reflection. Gerhard Sauter is used as a model of these reconceptions. Central to these ...