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The Making of a Trinitarian Theologian: The Holy Spirit in Charles Wesley's Sermons

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This article contends that, from 1738 to 1742, Charles Wesley developed a robust account of the work of the Holy Spirit. Moreover, by integrating his reflections on pneumatology into his wider theology, he evolved from a largely binitarian to a decidedly trinitarian understanding of salvation. While the article focuses primarily on the emergence of a strong pneumatology in Charles Wesley's undisputed sermons, it also provides occasional sideways glances at similar themes in his hymns and poetry.

Affiliations: 1: United Theological Seminary, 4501 Denlinger Road, Dayton, OH 45426, USA

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2009-11-01
2016-12-08

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