John Wesley’s Forty-Four Sermons - EP102
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Through his Forty-Four Sermons John Wesley intended to give a statement of the doctrine he embraced including salvation by faith, Christian perfection and the means of grace. At his instigation, these sermons have become the primary means of conveying the Methodist theological and doctrinal identity, from one generation to the next. They continue to offer a wealth of spiritual insight and remain a milestone in preaching and theology for today.
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