Wesleyan Theological Journal 37,1, 2002

Table of Contents

  • Callen, Barry L., Editor's Notes
  • Massey, James Earl, Reconciliation: The Biblical Imperative and Practical Implications
  • Hinson, E. Glenn, Reconciliation and Resistance
  • McCormick, K. Stevem, Presidential Address: Heresies of Love: Toward a Spirit-Christ Ecclesiology
  • Callen, Barry L., Reconciling Clashing Ecumenical Visions: Church of God (Anderson) & Free Methodist
  • Gschwandtner, Christina M., Wesleyan Model for Reconciliation and Evangelism Hegel and Levinas
  • Cubie, David L., Early Methodism: A Paradigm for Non-Violence: An Exercise in "Vision Ethics"
  • Kerr, Nathan R., Speaking Gracefully: The Dynamic of Language in the Economy of Reconciliation
  • Stiles, Kenton M., Disfiguring Harmony: Reconciliation, Mark C. Taylor, & Postmodern Aesthetics
  • Manchester, Eric, Why is Evangelism Important if One Can Be Saved Without the Gospel
  • Lewis, James W., Between Rhetoric and Practice: Pursuing Reconciled Communities of the Spirit
  • Momany, Christopher P., Aliens in a Foreign Land: Memory as Kenosis in a Culture of Achievement
  • Kostlevy, William C., *Book Review: Luther Lee & Methodist War Against Slavery (Paul Leslie Kaufman)(
  • Oord, Thomas Jay, Book Review: Faith and Film: Theological Themes as the Cinema (Bryan P. Stone)
  • Phillips, Thomas E., Book Review: The Jesus Movement: Social History (Stegemann & Stegemann)
  • Spaulding, Henry W., II, Book Review: Truth in Aquinas (John Milbank & Catherine Pickstock)
  • Walker, Graham, Book Review: How God Saved Civilization: The Church (James L. Garlow)