Item description for An Introduction to Wesleyan Theology by William M. Greathouse & H. Ray Dunning...
Overview This work takes the basic tenets of John Wesley and states them in more contemporary terms. An excellent resource for those who desire to understand the Wesleyan tradition.
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Studio: Beacon Hill Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.96" Width: 5.04" Height: 0.38" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2001
Publisher Beacon Hill Press
ISBN 0834119994 ISBN13 9780834119994
Availability 78 units. Availability accurate as of May 28, 2017 03:07.
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More About William M. Greathouse & H. Ray Dunning
William M. Greathouse has served his denomination as a pastor, professor, college president, seminary president, and general superintendent. Concurrently with these leadership roles, he found time for a writing ministry of books and articles contributing to the literature of Wesleyan-Arminianism.
William M. Greathouse currently resides in Mount Juliet, in the state of Tennessee.
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Insightful Book on Wesleyan Theology Aug 10, 2002
If you are looking for a book that offers insights into Wesleyan theology but does not take much time to read, this is your book. William Greathouse, former general superintendent with the Church of the Nazarene, and the late H. Ray Dunning do a great job of presenting consise Wesleyan theology in short chapters.
The book covers nearly every aspect of evangelical systematic theologies from the doctrine of God to the doctrine of last things. The book focuses on what Wesleyan's believe and they do not spend time debating with others who might disagree with them.
If you are looking for a short book that overs a short but consise view of Wesleyan theology than I highly recommend this book.