Liturgy and Worship

The case for Uniformity

Reading a bit today and thought this was interesting: A great number of people … do willfully and schismatically abstaine

John Wesley

William Law on Wesley’s “Reason”

Wesley quotes this section, and a rather large portion of it, of William Law’s A Serious Call to a Devout Life.

Mental health

Toward a Theology of Mental Health and Wholeness (2)

This journey began by looking at creation and what the intention of God was, from the beginning, for us. It is

Theology

Forget Seminary

The Alexandrians, maybe next to St. Justus, set up what may be the first catechetical schools for Christians. These weren’t

John Wesley

Wesley, the Good Anglican

Believe it or not, Wesley was never not an Anglican. Why? I suppose for many reasons. Notably, the episcopacy. And

Theology

That Time Wesley Called A Bishop A Heathen

This blog is a response to a sermon given by a UMC Bishop. It is not about style, but about

Doctrine

Litany from 1662 – schism of the heart and Wesley

From all sedition, privy conspiracy, and rebellion; from all false doctrine, heresy, and schism; from hardness of heart, and contempt

Doctrine

Theological Commitments

This was a questions asked among some friends lately. What are our theological commitments? Mine is easily rooted in the