Leonard Sweet uses the metaphor of genetic mapping to explore the possibilities and shortfalls of "Wesleyanism" in the US. He asks: What is the genetic code of the Wesleyan movement? What "genes" are contained in this movement and fellowship pioneered by John Wesley? What keys unlock the inner spiritual dynamics of the Wesleyan tradition? This workbook contains questions and exercises on the "genetic codes" for the Wesley-way to God.
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About the Author
Leonard Sweet is theE. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism at Drew Theological School, Visiting Distinguished Professor at George Fox University, anda chief contributor to sermons.com. He is one of the most sought after interpreters of contemporary church life and culture and the author of more than one hundred articles, 600 published sermons, and thirty booksincludingthe Greatest Story Never Told: Revive Us Again and FaithQuakes from Abingdon Press.