Theology and Evangelism in the Wesleyan Heritage (Kingswood Series)
Theology and Evangelism in the Wesleyan Heritage (Kingswood Series)

Theology and Evangelism in the Wesleyan Heritage (Kingswood Series)

by Ben Witherington III, James C. Logan, William J. Abraham, Kenneth L. Carder, H. Mvume Dandala, G. Howard Mellor, Dennis C. Dutton, Theodore W. Jennings, Jr., and George G. Hunter

Pages 228
Publisher Kingswood Books
Published 1994
ISBN-13 9780687413959
This is the first volume published in more than twenty years that is specifically focused on the theology of evangelism in the Wesleyan tradition. It contains essays written by key Methodist leaders from Asia, America, Europe, and Africa, thus offering a wide range of views of the nature and purpose of evangelism in the Weslayen heritage.  It also provides focused and stimulating theological reflection. These essays were first presented as a symposium at the Mission Resource Center at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, in February 1992.

  • The evangelical imperative: a Wesleyan perspective / James C. Logan
  • The revitalization of United Methodist doctrine and the renewal of evangelism / William J. Abraham
  • Praeparatio evangelii: the theological roots of Wesley's view of evangelism / Ben Witherington III
  • Proclaiming the gospel of grace / Kenneth L. Carder
  • Reflections on the essence of and methodology for global evangelization / H. Mvume Dandala
  • Evangelism and religious pluralism in the Wesleyan heritage / G. Howard Mellor
  • Wesleyan evangelism in an Asian context: a case study / Dennis C. Dutton
  • Good news to the poor in the Wesleyan heritage / Theodore W. Jennings, Jr.
  • The apostolic identity of the church and Wesleyan Christianity / George G. Hunter III

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