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Daniel Ethan Harris

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Daniel Ethan Harris is a spiritual director, writer, and manages a family business in Midland, Texas. He writes regularly at SalvationLife.com.

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Put Some Meaning in Your Methodism, 4: Unpacking the Method

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1. Do no harm. This includes the obvious ways in which we might harm others (“brawling” was specifically prohibited, as were other things, including buying, having, or selling slaves), but it also meant that they would seek to be aware of and avoid any of the more subtle ways that harm and evil happen. When we do not have rhythms of resting on the Sabbath, or when we cheat on our taxes, or do thi

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Daniel Harris Nick wrote: "Nice to meet you, Daniel. Did you happen to go to Asbury Theological Seminary? I had Dr. Mulholland for 2 classes and loved it."

Nick, I am an Asbury alum, but from across the street at the college. It was there that I became acquainted with Dr. Mulholland's work, though. I've dug further into him in the years since as my studies have focused on spiritual formation and his stuff is as good as it gets.


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Nick Nice to meet you, Daniel. Did you happen to go to Asbury Theological Seminary? I had Dr. Mulholland for 2 classes and loved it.


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