"John Wesley produced a number of extended theological treatises, especially on topics that defined the Wesleyan branch of the Evangelical Revival, such as the doctrine of entire sanctification or Christian perfection. He also wrote extensively on controversial topics that differentiated Wesleyan Evangelicals from Calvinistic Evangelicals, such as the doctrine of limited atonement and its corollary doctrine of election or predestination. This volume gathers crucial, extended theological texts on these topics in a critical edition commensurate with the Bicentennial Edition. Scholars and Wesleyan Christian leaders have long awaited the publication of this volume of essays, and will be delighted to know that it is now available for their use."
--Ted A. Campbell, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University