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Robert Webster, B.A. (Methodist University), M.Div. (Vanderbilt University), M.A. (The University of the South), D.Phil. (Oxford University), is a full elder in the United Methodist Church in the Tennessee Annual Conference and Adjunct Professor at Regent University teaching in the area of Ecclesiastical History and Historical Theology. He has edited and written three books: Methodism and the Miraculous: John Wesley’s Idea of the Supernatural and the Identification of Methodists in the Eighteenth Century (Emeth Press, 2013), Perfecting Perfection: Essays in Honor of Henry D. Rack (Pickwick Publications, 2015), and Charles Wesley after 300 Years (Bulletin of the John Rylands Library of Manchester, 2006). Additionally, he has published over thirty academic articles dealing with Methodist history and theology. Dr. Robert Webster is interested in exploring the role of miracles and the supernatural in the history and development of Methodism in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

William De Arteaga: Aging Gracefully with the Graces of Healing Prayer

William De Arteaga: Aging Gracefully with the Graces of Healing Prayer

William L. De Arteaga with Susan Brooks Thomas, Aging Gracefully with the Graces of Healing Prayer (Lexington: Emeth Press, 2019), vii + 86 pages. In his latest book, Aging Gracefully with the Graces of Healing Prayer, William L. De Arteaga has given us a wonderful little examination of Spirit-filled prayer and how it may be […]

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