In my post about Wesleyan essentials, I mentioned that one Wesleyan essential is the doctrine of Christian perfection, or entire sanctification. I should have mentioned that Steve Manskar (who blogs at Accountable Discipleship) has published an excellent book A Perfect Love: Understanding John Wesley’s A Plain Account of Christian Perfectionwhich is an updated version of Wesley’s Plain Account of Christian Perfection, with notes and questions. It is an excellent resource which makes what Wesley did, and did not, mean by Christian perfection accessible.
Second, Craig Adams has written a worthwhile post on key things to think about regarding Wesleyan renewal.
Craig L. Adams said:
Thanks for the mention and the link, Kevin. I used Manskar’s book in one of the churches I served (in a Sunday School class), and it worked very well. It’s very helpful, and I’d like to use again some day.