Revival, Reform, and Revolution in Global Methodism
Essays from the 14th Oxford Institute of Methodist Theological Studies
This collection of essays reflects the plenary presentations from the Fourteenth Oxford Institute of Methodist Theological Studies held at Pembroke College, Oxford, August 2018. These essays address the ways revival, reform, and revolution have manifested themselves in the Wesleyan heritage around the world.
Pablo R. Andiñach
Kenneth H. Carter Jr.
Albert W. Jebanesan
Sarah Heaner Lancaster
G. Sujin Pak
Nicola V. Price-Tebbutt
Nichole V. Phillips
Sarah Heaner Lancaster is Professor in the Werner Chair of Theology at Methodist Theological School in Ohio. She is an editor for The Works of John Wesley, volume 14: Doctrinal and Controversial Treatises III, and is author of Romans: A Theological Commentary on the Bible and The Pursuit of Happiness: Blessing and Fulfillment in the Christian Faith.
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