John Wesley and William Carpenter, *Wesleyana, Or A Complete System of Wesleyan Theology Selected from the Writings of the Rev. John Wesley*

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A small systematic theology based on passages, and lengthy quotations, extracted from Wesley’s writings. “Biographical Sketch of John Wesley” (p. 9), “Ch. 1: The Holy Scriptures” (p. 39), “Ch. 2: Religion” (p. 44), “Ch. 3: God” (p. 58), “Ch. 4: Jesus Christ” (p. 92), “Ch. 5: The Holy Ghost” (p. 105), “Ch. 6: The Divine Law,” (p. 112), “Ch. 7: Man” (p. 130), “Ch. 8: Repentance” (p. 165), “Ch. 9: Faith” (p. 170), “Ch. 10: Justification” (p. 188), “Ch. 11: Regeneration” (p. 191), “Ch. 12: Sanctification” (p. 195),:–chs. 8-12 would be a concise expression of Wesley’s views of the Gospel; “Ch. 13: Salvation” (p. 203), “Ch. 14: The Christian Character” (p. 215), “Ch. 15: Christian Duties” (p. 247), “Ch. 16: Means of Grace” (p. 283), “Ch. 17: The Future State” (p. 289), “Ch. 18: Angels” (p. 309), “Index” (p. 323), “General Catalogue of Books” (p. 327):–this last section is interesting because it provides insight into the kind of theology books Methodist preachers read during the Second Great Awakening era: Joseph Alleine (An Alarm to the Unconverted), Richard Baxter (A Call to the UnconvertedThe Reformed PastorThe Saints’ Everlasting Rest), John Fletcher, Richard Watson, biographies of great Methodists, Wilbur Fisk, Adam Clarke (Christian TheologyCommentary), William Law (A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life), etc. 326 pages.