Spiritual growth, or sanctification, has suffered either feast or famine in many Wesleyan circles. In Wesley’s grandchildren, sanctification has suffered from a gluttonous feast, leaving no room for the intellectual holiness Wesley called for — while in more progressive circles, sanctification is arbitrarily cast aside or rebottled to become some form of forced control of mind […]
Stephen W. Rankin
This is Dr Stephen Rankin‘s presentation and discussion on Wesleyan orthodox thinking. Pay attention. I personally think we need a larger conference devote to Wesleyan orthodoxy, or maybe orthodoxy within Wesleyan thought… or maybe “Dear God, please let the Methodist people start thinking again…” Anyway, enjoy.