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Sufficient saving grace : John Wesley's evangelical Arminianism / Herbert Boyd McGonigle.

By: McGonigle, Herbert Boyd.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Paternoster biblical and theological monographs: Publisher: Carlisle : Paternoster Press, 2001Description: xii, 352 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1842270451; 9781842270455.Subject(s): Wesley, John, 1703-1791 | Arminianism -- England -- History | Wesley, John, 1703-1791 - Criticism And Interpretation | ArminianismDDC classification: 230/.7 Other classification: 11.59
Contents:
Introduction -- Arminius and the Dutch Remonstrants -- Arminianism in England: 1590-1700 -- John Wesley: An Epworth Arminian -- The Bristol dispute -- Predestination and perfection -- The very edge of Calvinism -- Foreknowledge and foreordination -- Christian righteousness: Imputed or imparted? -- John Wesley's 'plain account' of perfection -- What is an Arminian? -- Calvinism -- the antidote of Methodism.
Summary: This book is a thorough investigation of the theological roots of John Wesley's evangelical Arminianism and how these convictions were hammered out in controversies on predestination, limited atonement and the perseverance of the saints. - Publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 333-344) and index.

Introduction -- Arminius and the Dutch Remonstrants -- Arminianism in England: 1590-1700 -- John Wesley: An Epworth Arminian -- The Bristol dispute -- Predestination and perfection -- The very edge of Calvinism -- Foreknowledge and foreordination -- Christian righteousness: Imputed or imparted? -- John Wesley's 'plain account' of perfection -- What is an Arminian? -- Calvinism -- the antidote of Methodism.

This book is a thorough investigation of the theological roots of John Wesley's evangelical Arminianism and how these convictions were hammered out in controversies on predestination, limited atonement and the perseverance of the saints. - Publisher.

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