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List of Methodist theologians

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List of Methodist theologians

Methodist theologians include those theologians affiliated with any of the Methodist denominational churches such as The United Methodist Church, independent Methodists, or churches affiliated with the Holiness Movement including the Church of the Nazarene, the Free Methodist Church, the Wesleyan Methodist Church (America), the Wesleyan Methodist Church (Great Britain), the Pilgrim Holiness Church, and the Wesleyan Church, as well as other church organizations.

Proto-Methodist theologians

Works, Vol I Works, Vol II Works, Vol III

Truth of the Christian Religion

Redemption Redeemed Christian Theology Exposition of the Ninth Chapter of Romans

18th century

A Plain Account of Christian Perfection Standard Sermons Vol 1 Standard Sermons Vol 2

On Christian Perfection

19th century

Entire Sanctification

  • Richard Watson - outspoken British abolitionist, wrote against Clarke in defense of the eternal Sonship of Christ, one of the first theologians to systematize Wesley's theology.

Theological Institutes

Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3

Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3

Elements of Divinity

Theological Compend

Volume 1 Volume 2

  • James Strong
  • Borden Parker Bowne - wrote numerous books on various theological themes; renowned as a philosopher and theologian.
  • Thomas O. Summers - A significant editor and publisher. Published his own 2-volume systematic theology.

Volume 1 Volume 2

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