Wesleyan Theological Journal Vol. 51 No. 1 Spring 2016

5 EDITOR’S NOTES
WIDE AWAKE TO TRUE KNOWLEDGE AND RIGHTEOUSNESS: THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS OF THE WESLEYAN THEOLOGICAL

7 SOCIETY, 1965-2015
Doug Strong

37 THE FUTURE OF WESLEYAN THEOLOGY IS REVIVAL
Beth Felker Jones

51 HOLY WORD, HOLY PEOPLE: (RE)PLACING SCRIPTURE IN WESLEYAN-HOLINESS THOUGHT AND PRACTICE
Richard P. Thompson

65 HOW TO KNOW THE WORDS ARE “THE WORD”? RE-EVALUATING THE LEGITIMACY OF BIBLICAL INERRANCY AS A WESLEYAN COMMITMENT
G. Stephen Blakemore

92 SAVING DIFFERENCE: TOWARD A THEOLOGY OF THEOLOGICAL DISAGREEMENT
Chris E. W. Green

103 FIFTY YEARS OF HOLINESS THEOLOGY IN THE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE: PATTERNS, TRANSITIONS, AND BLIND SPOTS IN THE WESLEYAN THEOLOGICAL JOURNAL
Chad Clark with Jason Vickers

117 GOD’S PRESENCE ON EARTH AND CHRISTIAN HOLINESS: A READING OF LUKE’S TEMPLE THEOLOGY IN LUKE 3.1-4.13
Keith Jagger

133 A SENT AND SANCTIFIED COMMUNITY: MISSIONAL HOLINESS IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN
Dean Flemming

145 THE TRUE NATURE OF VIRTUE: A HOLINESS ETHIC FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
Christopher P. Momany

155 CAN ETHICS BE WESLEYAN? MORAL THEOLOGY AND HOLINESS IDENTITY
Timothy R. Gaines

168 LATIN PENTECOSTALISM AND THE REBIRTH OF CHRISTIANITY IN LATIN AMERICA
William P. Payne

188 DANGEROUS LIAISONS: WESLEYAN-HOLINESS ENCOUNTERS
WITH POPULAR CULTURE
Brannon Hancock

202 JOHN WESLEY’S THE SCRIPTURE WAY OF SALVATION: AN INTER-DISCIPLINARY FORUM
Presian Burroughs, Justus Hunter, and John Drury

224 BOOK REVIEWS AND ADVERTISING

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