"Synthesis" and "Radical" aren't two words you'd expect to go together. Synthesis often means bland, middle-of-the road. Radical often means far out, extreme, fringe, crazy. But Howard Snyder argues that John Wesley exemplified both in a way that is unprecedented in the history of the Christian Church.
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