Wesleyan-Arminianism is a God-Centered, Not Human-Centered Theology


The charge is sometimes laid at Wesleyan-Arminianism that it is a human-centered theology. But is this really true? In today’s Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Joshua McNall helps clarify the origin of salvation and how this illuminates the character of God. Read more about prevenient grace here.

Josh McNall is the author of Long Story Short: The Bible in Six Simple Movements, releasing later this fall. Pre-order your copy here. “The Bible can be daunting. It’s ancient, enormous, and sometimes challenging to understand. Long Story Short opens up the Christian Scriptures by sharing the biblical narrative in a way that requires no prior engagement with the Bible. It traces the big story of who God is and how he is saving the world through six simple movements: Creation; Fall, Israel; Jesus; Church; New Creation. With this framework in place, readers will not only understand how the little stories of the Bible fit together into a seamless whole, they will also be compelled to step into the drama to be part of its performance.”

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Dr. Joshua McNall is Assistant Professor of Theology at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. He lives in Bartlesville, Oklahoma with his wife Brianna and their four children. In addition to preaching and teaching roles, he blogs regularly at joshuamcnall.com.



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