Methodist Doctrine

Description

Methodists have a reputation for being wimpy about their basic teachings, but this course on Methodist Doctrine demonstrates that while Methodists have an open-minded approach to Christian doctrine, Methodist churches throughout the world hold to some consistent, core teachings.

The Lessons

  1. The Nature of Methodist Doctrine - Ted Campbell & Sharon Grant (42:43)
  2. Authority: Part 1 - Néstor Míguez (23:19)
    Authority: Part 2 - Thomas Albin (25:42)
  3. Divine Trinity and Christology - Scott J. Jones (41:13)
  4. Salvation: Wrestling Jacob - J. C. Park (31:45)
    Salvation: The Prodigal Son - Scott Kisker (25:09)
  5. Salvation: Prevenient Grace and Repentance - Elaine A. Robinson (60:01)
  6. Salvation: Justifying Faith and Assurance - Walter Klaiber (54:01)
  7. Salvation: Santification - Sondra Wheeler (45:15)
  8. Wesleyan Ethos and Ethics - Rebekah Miles (45:14)
  9. Ecclesiology - David Yemba (18:47)
    Baptism and Christian Initiation - Henry Knight (34:14)
  10. Eucharist - Lawrence Hull Stookey (51:48)
  11. Forms of Ministry - Ted Campbell (52:16)
  12. Eschatology - Randy Maddox (43:47)

Audience

These courses are more academic than other Wesley Ministry Network courses because they are intended for the training of clergy and other church leaders. These courses are suitable for any group that wants to look in-depth at Methodist history, doctrine, and evangelism. There is a lay education version that condenses the content into lessons that foster conversation and spiritual growth for lay groups.

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