20 Sep Methodist Identity: Our Beliefs

Methodist Identity: Our Beliefs

Completion Time: 9 weeks
CEUs: 2.0
Tuition: $50
Contact Info: Lisa Buffum

Class Description

This is an Adult Education Course hosted by Gregory Ingram featuring contributions by 9 of the world’s leading Methodist scholars. It builds on the history of Methodism by examining Methodist beliefs and focusing especially on those doctrines that make Methodists distinctive.

Eight half-hour long presentations by leading Methodist theologians offer valuable information and insight concerning core Wesleyan ideas. The course will benefit both lifelong Methodists and those coming to Methodism from other traditions.

Lessons include:

  1. The Nature of Methodist Doctrine – Sharon Grant & Ted Campbell
  2. Divine Trinity and Christology – Scott J. Jones
  3. Prevenient Grace and Repentance – Elaine A. Robinson
  4. Justifying Faith and Assurance – Walter Klaiber
  5. Sanctification – Sondra Wheeler
  6. Baptism and Christian Initiation – Henry Knight
  7. Eucharist – Lawrence Hull Stookey
  8. Eschatology – Randy L. Maddox

2.0 CEUs are available.


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