For nearly two hundred years, John Bunyan’s iconic title The Pilgrim’s Progress was a staple part of the fabric of Methodism.
December 29, 2015 I want to introduce you to Andy Miller. Andy serves as Seedbed’s Director of Publishing and when it comes to creating books, he’s a Jedi Master. He started his publishing career at the
Listen in as Andy Miller shares about an obscure 19th century Methodist prophet whose passion for holiness sprang from the pages of this powerful text. William Arthur was a man who worked to turn the tide of the slowly declining Methodist movement into a “form of religion without the power,” as John Wesley feared it would.
Caleb Friedeman’s recent post titled “Eight Things Wesleyans Could Learn from Neo-Calvinists” seemed to be right and true. It got me thinking, however, about the abundance of distinctive Wesleyan doctrinal tenants that we hold either