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No End Without the Means: John Wesley and the Sacraments

@article{Borgen1991NoEW,
  title={No End Without the Means: John Wesley and the Sacraments},
  author={Ole E. Borgen},
  journal={The Asbury Journal},
  year={1991},
  volume={46},
  pages={4}
}
The teachings of John Wesley on the sacraments, their presuppositions, their content and consequences, are so extensive that large studies and several books would be necessary for a truly exhaustive presentation of his thought in this area. Consequently, this essay will merely survey the topic, lifting up some of the main points.1 It is hoped that, in spite of these limitations, it will reveal some of Wesley's rich theology and whet the appetite for further Wesley studies. Wesley has often been… Expand

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