Scripture plainly says again and again that Christ offered himself as the atoning sacrifice "once for all." How then does Paul dare to suggest that Christ’s sufferings are somehow insufficient? Wesley’s answer to this question points to the heart of the faithful Christian life lived together with and before God in the world.
What Is the Order of Salvation? http://youtu.be/RbKtXvGCYyo What Is Prevenient Grace? http://youtu.be/nG-AUaFgFbM What Is Convicting Grace? http://youtu.be/0S2s6JH_tkY What Is Justifying Grace? http://youtu.be/Jwb9LdSCtkI What Is Sanctifying Grace? http://youtu.be/zwPuqgq74Ds
What is a sacrament and why do Christians celebrate them, besides the obvious fact that Jesus told us to? In this article, Timothy Tennent introduces Christian baptism and the Lord's supper, and explains their significance in a way that anyone can understand.
Are we willing to go out into the city and compel the unlikely to come to the party? Maxie Dunnam asks this question of the church in today's article.
The reasons God heals are rooted in his character and eternal purposes.
The grace that "goes before" is a doctrine worth knowing. This primer briefly introduces the reach and scope of prevenient grace as understood by John Wesley. Explore some biblical references that serve as a foundation for this important doctrine.
Read this reflection on Lent as Evelyn Bence draws comparisons to Popeye, the Apostle Paul, and herself.
In this series on John Wesley's "Practical Divinity," explore how his theology might uniquely help us to live as God's people. Each article will introduce a theological theme and offer applications for being the Church in the 21st century.
Caleb Friedeman’s recent post titled “Eight Things Wesleyans Could Learn from Neo-Calvinists” seemed to be right and true. It got me thinking, however, about...
How important is our faith, really? Guy Williams reviews a book about how one man's faith impacted his job interrogating prisoners of war in Iraq.