God of Nature and of Grace: Reading the World in a Wesleyan Way
Too often Wesleyan theological tradition focuses almost exclusively on soteriology and anthropology, neglecting the larger context of the creation. In this book Michael Lodahl explores John Wesley's preaching and ministry as resources for developing a robust theology of nature. This volume constructs a dialogue between Wesley's theology of creation and the present pregnant cosmological models in astronomy and physics.
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The Creatures All Thy Breath Receive
Thou Didst Thy Mighty Wings Outspread
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