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Methodist Christology

From the Wesleys to the Twenty-First Century
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Maps the Path of Pan-Wesleyan Christologies.

An international group of Pan-Wesleyan scholars address this question posed by Jaroslav Pelikan: What happened to Methodist Christology after Wesley? Vickers' work on Methodist Christology in The Oxford Handbook of Methodist Studies sketched a preliminary answer. This book fills it out. The book is in two parts. Part One is a robust study of Methodist Christology from the Wesleys onward. Moving beyond the historical survey, Part Two aims to set trajectories for the future of Pan-Wesleyan Christology. John Deschner's monograph Wesley's Christology (1960) blazed a trail for subsequent smaller-scale treatments of John Wesley's doctrine of Christ, such as chapters in Randy Maddox's Responsible Grace (1994) and Ken Collins' Theology of John Wesley (2007). This book reopens a line of interpretation that is ripe for reconsideration.


Contributors: Reginald Broadnax, Paul W. Chilcote, John L. Drury, Chris E. W. Green, Justus H. Hunter, Michael Lodahl, Thomas H. McCall, Mark K. Olson, Thomas Jay Oord, Christina M. Smerick, Jerome Van Kuiken, Jason E. Vickers


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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9781945935978
    • Manufacturer: UNITED METHODIST GENERAL BOAR
    • ISBN 13: 9781945935978
    • Publication Date: 10/01/2020
    • Format: Hardcover
    • Author: Jason E. Vickers
    • Author: Jerome Van Kuiken
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