Flashcards in Lesson 19 Deck (14):
The pietistic movement is no longer in existence
Count von Zinzendorf is the founder of the Moravian church
Charles and John Wesley founded a small group of Christians known as the "Holy Club"
Wesley was a Catholic clergyman when he experienced God
Wesley's doctrine that distinquishes Methodism is the doctrine of baptism
Wesley taught that Christians perfection is living a spotless and sinless life
Sanctification as taught by Wesley was a process with the goal of perfection of motives, desires, and thought life
Later Wesleyans placed greater emphasis on the moment of perfection, rather than the growth process.
Wesley taught that the sanctified person can have victory over the sin life.
Once one is sanctified, Wesley said, they need neither discipline, devotion or avoidence
The assurance of salvation for Wesley was the inner witness of the Spirit
Early Methodist revivals were known to be rather calm and tranquil events in worship
Jonathon Edwards was the noted leader associated with the Great Awakening.