Wesleyan Theological Journal Vol. 50 No. 2 Fall 2015

5 EDITOR’S NOTES

7 SCRIPTURAL HOLINESS: THE WESLEYS’ USE OF SCRIPTURE
Morna Hooker

25 JOHN WESLEY’s IDEA OF CHRISTIAN PERFECTION RECONSIDERED
Rex Matthews

68 JEFFREY THE JACOBITE POLTERGEIST: THE POLITICS OF THE GHOST THAT HAUNTED THE EPWORTH RECTORY IN 1716-17
Kelly Diehl Yates

80 REVISITING WESLEY’S ETHICS AND HIS MINISTRY TO THE POOR: SOCIAL, ECONOMICAL, AND MEDICAL SOLUTIONS
Joshua Bloor

96 TULIP VS. ACURA: REFRAMING DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CALVIN AND WESLEY
Don Thorsen

113 BEFORE AMERICAN METHODISTS BECAME AMERICAN: METHODIST COUNTERCULTURAL WITNESS DURING THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA
Greg Coates

137 THE ESTABLISHMENTARIAN TURN IN MIDDLE METHODISM
Barry W. Hamilton

156 AN INTERPRETATION OF THE UNITED METHODIST LITURGY OF CHRISTIAN BAPTISM: “BY WATER AND THE SPIRIT;’ IN THE MATRIX OF JOHN WESLEY, JOHN FLETCHER, AND JOSEPH BENSON
Laurence W. Wood

186 THE SACRAMENTAL LIFE: TOWARDS AN INTEGRATED CHRISTIAN VISION
Major Dean Smith

202 NEED TOIL NOT, NEITHER SPIN: LEVINAS AND THE WORK OF THE PEOPLE
Craig Keen

209 POSTDENOMINATIONALS AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT: RE-FORMING DENOMINATIONS TOWARD SPACES OF COLLABORATION
Nell Becker Sweeden

221 THE WORK OF LOVE IN RECOLLECTING ONE WHO IS DEAD: A TRIBUTE TO ROB STAPLES
Craig Keen

227 BOOK REVIEWS AND ADVERTISING

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