This collection seeks to re-invoke the notion of conversation as an identifiable experience in a Christian's life in opposition to gradualist soteriologies that now predominate, in the opinion of the contributors, among Methodists. The notion of conversion is explored by a diverse body of scholars from various Methodist traditions and fields of study--bible, history, theology and practical.
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