Wesleyan Theological Journal Nov 2016

7             SMOKY THE COW  HORSE AND WESLEYAN UNDERSTANDINGS OF SCRIPTURE       William  J. Abraham

26           JOHN WESLEY’S NON-LITERAL LITERALISM AND HERMENEUTICS OF LOVE                 Rem B. Edwards

41           “LO! FOR US THE WILDS ARE GLAD”:CHARLES WESLEY’S PROCLAMATION OF ISAIAH                            David M. Stark

54           WESLEY, WORD,  AND TABLE: THE  RISE AND  FALL OF EUCHARISTIC PRACTICE  IN EARLY METHODISM         Mark H. Mann

68           A CHANGE OF HEART IN BRISTOL? JOHN WESLEY’S DOCTRINE OF ELECTION  IN PERSPECTIVE, 1739-1768   Joel Houston

79           THE PIETIST LINK TO WESLEY’S DEATHBED  CONFESSION                        J. Steven O’Malley

89           THE VITAL RELATIONSHIP  BETWEEN  HOLINESS AND HEALTH: REKINDLING JOHN WESLEY’S HOLISTIC VIEW OF SALVATION          Joe Gorman

109        “JUSTICE, MERCY, TRUTH;’ A THEOLOGICAL CONCEPT IN THE SERMONS OF JOHN  WESLEY                M. Andrew Gale

125        TERTULLIAN’S DOCTRINE OF CHRISTIAN PERFECTION AND ITS THEOLOGICAL CONTEXT       Christopher Bounds

140        CHRISTIAN  LOVE IN PUBLIC DISCOURSE:  SPEAKING TO THE POINT WITHOUT LOSING OUR WAY     Brandon Yarbrough

156        A MODERN RELATION OF SCIENCE  AND THEOLOGY                        Bradford  McCall

174        WHY OORD’S  ESSENTIAL KENOSIS MODEL FAILS TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF EVIL WHILE  RETAINING MIRACLES                       John Sanders

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