John Wesley: Folk-Theologian

  title={John Wesley: Folk-Theologian},
  author={Albert C. Outler},
  journal={Theology Today},
  pages={150 - 160}
“Wesley can be read, and usually has been read, without the broad and intricate tapestry of his sources unfolded as a background for interpretation. This was part of the price he paid for self-divestiture of his theological apparatus. Even so, it is just as this background is recovered and reevaluated that Wesley emerges as a more interesting and impressive theologian than his stereotypes have presented—precisely because he was a folktheologian.” 
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  • P. W. Ott
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Journal of Religion and Health
  • 2004