In this second volume, Oden shares Wesley's writings on the doctrines of Christ and Salvation.
Though Wesley was not afraid to challenge tradition, Oden suggests that on these matters, in particular Christology, he followed closely in the tradition of the Reformers.
“Wesley at no point hinted that there is a needed purification, progression, or remodeling of ancient ecumenical christological definitions. There is very little of that in magisterial Protestantism. The Reformers gladly accepted ancient ecumenical definitions of the apostolic church, and Wesley followed in their steps.”
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