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Reading the Bible in Wesleyan Ways: Some Constructive Proposals

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by Barry L. Callen
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Reading the Bible in Wesleyan Ways: Some Constructive Proposals by Barry L. Callen

Reading the Bible in Wesleyan Ways is comprised of significant essays by outstanding scholars. They represent and address the Wesleyan theological tradition and convey insights vital for today's Bible readers regardless of their denomination or tradition. The authors address Wesleyan ways of reading the Bible that: • focus on the ministry of the Spirit of Christ to illuminate the present significance of the text • recognize the role of faith community as the crucial location of Scripture's meaning and present significance • highlight the importance of spiritual maturity and unity with other believers in the pursuit of God'

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Size: 469 KB
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Date published:   2013
ISBN: 9780834131736 (DRM-EPUB)

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