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John Wesley lived out of a commitment to addressing the needs of the poor and suffering through social and political engagement.
Wesley engaged in social justice issues by combining the context of his ministry and his community.
He would preach in the open air to reach those outside the congregational gatherings of the church.
He visited prisoners, spent time with the poor, campaigned against those who exploited the poor, opposed slavery, and worked to end child labor.
For Wesley, social justice as an expression of holiness is integral to the mission of the Church.
Northwind Institute|Seminary is member of the Digital Theological Library which has a rich Wesleyan collection including:
A short guide for helping students cite works by John Wesley
Among his many writings, John Wesley edited and abridged a number of devotional classics and republished them in what he called A Christian Library. These "Extracts from and Abridgments of the Choicest Pieces of Practical Divinity Which Have Been Published in the English Tongue," as Wesley subtitled them, were first published in 50 volumes in 1750. The present digital collection was scanned from the 1821 edition of these classics, published in 30 volumes.
The journal of the Wesleyan Theological Society. This is the archive of the issues from 1966-2010.
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