In seven chapters, Willimon examines United Methodism and the ways it has made and continues to make a difference in his life. In an inspiring and enlightening way, he writes of his pride in being part of a church that has grown from one man's experience to a worldwide movement covering the globe with its message. A learning guide for groups and individuals is included. Chapter titles: Because Religion Is of the Heart Because the Bible Is Our Book Because Religion Is Practical Because Christians Are to Witness Because Christians Are to Grow Because Religion Is Not a Private AffairOur interest is to incorporate the promises and demands of the gospel in to our daily lives aquot; [The Book of Discipline, p. 79). When my colleague Tom Langford wrote his survey on theology in the Wesleyan spirit, it was no accident that heanbsp;...
|Title||:||Why I Am a United Methodist|
|Author||:||William H. Willimon|
|Publisher||:||Abingdon Press - 2010-09-01|