A Wesleyan Theology Of Worship

Source: The Complete Library of Christian Worship, Robert E. Webber, General Editor

Wesleyan liturgical theology is deeply concerned to define worship as more than public acts. Worship has to do with all of life, with relationships, and with vocations. In deed and thought believers continually act out their relationship to Christ.

Christianity, as John Wesley describes it, is the method of worshiping God which has been revealed to us by Jesus Christ. Christ makes known the profusion of God's love for us, and faith ("the eyes of the newborn soul") apprehends this love. Faith...


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