Theological Transition In American Methodism 1790-1935

Theological Transition In American Methodism 1790-1935

Theological Transition in American Methodism 1790-1935

Reprinted from the 1965 Abingdon Press edition, this historical study traces the changes that have taken place in Wesleyan theology in America. Focuses on three representative theologians: Richard Watson, John Miley and Albert Knudson; and three central themes of revelation, sin, and grace. Of interest to ministers, theologians and seminary students.

Review
...we must be grateful for this introduction to authors almost entirely unknown in this country. The book has a very useful bibliography.>>>> (Proceedings Of The Wesley Historical Society)

...we must be grateful for this introduction to authors almost entirely unknown in this country. The book has a very useful bibliography. (Proceedings Of The Wesley Historical Society)

About the Author
Robert E. Chiles is Professor of Philosophy at the College of Staten Island, CUNY.

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