Wesleyan Theological Journal 35,1, 2000

Table of Contents

  • Callen, Barry L., Editor's Notes
  • Strong, Douglas M., Presidential Address: Sanctified Eccentricity: Relevance 19th Cent. Holiness Paradigm
  • Meeks, M. Douglas, Wesleyan Theology in a Postmodern Era: The Spirit of Life in an Age of the Nihil
  • Spaulding, Henry W., II, Good Conscience or Good Confidence: A Postmodern Re-Thinking of Ethical Reflection
  • Collins, Kenneth J., Recent Trends in Wesley Studies and Wesleyan/Holiness Scholarship
  • Maddox, Randy L., Prelude to a Dialogue: A Response to Kenneth Collins
  • Meadows, Philip R., "Candidates for Heaven": Wesleyan Resources for a Theology of Religions
  • Gunter, W. Stephen, Personal and Spiritual Knowledge: Polanyian and Wesleyan Epistemology
  • Stone, Bryan, Theology and Film in Postmodern Culture: Forrest Gump and Pulp Fiction
  • Creasman, Ron, Loss of Metanarrative: Resources for Formulating a Wesleyan Response, The
  • Leclerc, Diane, Two Women Speaking "Woman": Stategic Essentialism of Irigaray and Palmer
  • Thompson, Richard P., Community in Conversation: Multiple Readings of Scripture . . . of the Church
  • Oord, Thomas J., Postmodern Wesleyan Philosophy and David Ray Griffin's Postmodern Vision, A
  • Bundy, David, Book Review: Inskip, McDonald, Fowler: Early Leaders Camp Meeting (K. O. Brown)
  • Strege, Merle D., Book Review: Daniel Warner & Religious Democracy in 19th-Century America (Fudge)
  • Whidden, Woodrow W., Book Review: Millennial Fever and the End of the World (George R. Knight)*
  • Bundy, David, Book Review: Ein Glaube, viele Kirchen . . . (Jürgen Tilbusek)
  • Bundy, David, Book Review: Christianity Made in Japan: . . . Indigenous Movements (Mark R. Mullins)