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The holiness movement reminds us that alien righteousness is not God’s last word for the believer. Read more today from Timothy Tennent on the gift of entire sanctification and what it means for Christians.

I have been encouraged by the recent conversation about the renewal of Wesleyan orthodoxy in the blogosphere and on twitter. (For a brief introduction...
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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

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...
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Missing from the church's gospel today is the central theme of the kingdom of God. In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Rica McRoy shares both the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in God's heavenly kingdom.

Why do we celebrate Ascension Day on Sunday instead of Thursday? What does Jesus' ascension to the right hand of the Father accomplish, and what biblical texts address this important doctrine? Read more today from Andrew Dragos in this 7 Quick Facts series.
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http://youtu.be/6sG08YuAZEU Dr. Ben Witherington III discusses why he considers the Wesleyan understanding of the gospel to be most faithful to Scripture. View our growing playlist of...

W. B. Fitzgerald once summarized British Methodists' distinctive Wesleyan aspects of salvation with the “four alls." Read more from Scott Kisker as he explains how these relate to biblical salvation.

When thinking of the Wesleyan understanding of God’s love, keep in mind both ways of describing grace. Mercy is the love of God toward the individual. It forgives, embraces, and accepts. Power is the love of God within the individual. It transforms and makes new.

Brian Shelton realized that gaining clarity when it comes to predestination and free will is to be found not in the synthesis of these two doctrines, but in their separation. Read about his journey into exploring the biblical foundation for prevenient grace.