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the religious beliefs and practices of Methodists characterized by concern with social welfare and public morals

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The ethical directive for counselors to respect the client's autonomy is congruent with this aspect of Wesleyan theology. Many clinical problems exist because of clients' sinful choices or because the client is trying to cope with the aftermath of being sinned against.
Wright (Eds.), Wesleyan theology and social science: The dance of practice divinity and discovery (pp.
As an intricate and deep study of the four main sections: Orthodox Scriptural Understanding and Practice; Mutual Learning between Orthodox and Methodists; Wesleyan Scriptural Understanding and Practice; and Liturgy and Scriptural Interpretation, Orthodox And Wesleyan Scriptural Understanding And Practice is an scholarly and accessibly organized resource which is highly recommended to ecumenical students of Orthodox and Wesleyan theology, rituals, sacraments, and history.
Among the topics explored are conversion, human rights, munjung theology in Korea, preaching, and Wesleyan theology. The entries range in length from a column to many pages, and include bibliographies and cross-references to other entries.
His observation of texts and tunes as they were preserved, abandoned, and restored reveals disregard for Wesleyan theology, especially as it concerns the Eucharist, among American Methodist communities even as they sustained John's call for vigorous congregational singing.
John Cobb, Grace and Responsibility: A Wesleyan Theology for Today, Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1995).
There is a great deal to be taken on faith that Wright and his collaborators, at least collectively, are authorities on Wesleyan theology.
Abraham, "The End of Wesleyan Theology," Wesleyan Theological Journal 40, no.
Specializations include integration of psychology and theology, particularly relational psychoanalytic theory and Wesleyan theology, and qualitative research in altruism and well-being.