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Aldersgate and Athens: John Wesley and the Foundations of Christian Belief

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In his day, John Wesley offered important insights on how to obtain knowledge of God that readily bears fruit in our own times. As premiere Wesleyan scholar William Abraham shows, Wesley's most famous spiritual experience is rife with philosophical significance and implications. Throughout, Abraham brings Wesley's works into fruitful conversation with some of the most ...more
Paperback, 98 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Baylor University Press
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J. Ewbank
Jan 26, 2015 J. Ewbank rated it liked it
Shelves: theology, wesleyan
This book by Abraham is a little difficult for the layperson in my estimation. It is a study of John Wesley's use of reason in his Christian experience and explaining his Christian experience. He has done a fine job for us, well researched and presented, he clears the air in one of Wesley's difficult areas of thought.

J. Robert Ewbank author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the Isms" "Wesleys' Wars" and "To Whom It May Concern"
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Mar 10, 2016 Michael Austin rated it really liked it
A very nice little book dealing with some contemporary issues in religious epistemology and connecting it to some of the thought of John Wesley. Some thought-provoking stuff in this book!
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