This resource displays the variety of ways in which the Wesleys' concept of 'the religion of the heart' (that is, the affective dimension of Christian faith) has been understood and embodied in the Methodist tradition. The author offers some practical suggestions on how a livelier piety, a more deeply felt faith, can be fostered in local congregations, without leading into anti-intellectualism, fanatical emotionalism, or maudlin sentimentality. This part approaches theology, worship, preaching, pastoral care, and educational ministry.
Heart Religion in the Methodist Tradition and Related Movements
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