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Daniel Whedon (1808-1885)

Daniel Whedon (1808-1885)

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, Methodist churches

Listen Daniel Denison Whedon was a pivotal figure in the struggle between Calvinism and Arminianism in nineteenth-century America. As a result of his efforts, some historians have concluded that he was responsible for a new doctrine of man that was more dependent upon philosophical principles than Scripture. Early Life I. Birth (1808) Daniel Whedon was born March 20, 1808 in Onondaga,...Read more... Read more...

Biblical Doctrines Summarized

Biblical Doctrines Summarized

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, Methodist churches

Listen The following excerpt is taken from Essays, Reviews, and Discourses by Daniel Whedon.[1] It first appeared in Bibliotheca Sacra, April, 1862 as “Fundamental Maxim of Divine Government.” Thought this article does not begin to exhaust the doctrinal truth of God’s Word, it is a helpful summary of the basic teachings of the Bible. Daniel Whedon was one of the greatest...Read more... Read more...

God’s Holy People Still Die Well

God’s Holy People Still Die Well

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, Default Category, Methodist churches, Nazarene Church

Listen Dr. Richard S. Taylor (1912-2006) was one of the most well-known and loved Wesleyan-Arminian scholars and churchmen of twentieth- and early-twenty-first-century America. He will always be remembered for his scholarship and advocacy of the message of Christian holiness, but he should also be remembered for his interest in poimenics—pastoral theology. Though most of his books are...Read more... Read more...

John William Fletcher (1729-1785)

John William Fletcher (1729-1785)

Calendar Articles, Christian Biography, Christian Living, Methodist churches

Listen John William Fletcher is often referred to as the “First Theologian of Methodism.” He earned this popular title as a result of having vigorously defended John Wesley’s Arminianism against Calvinistic polemical rivals. In the early- and mid-1770s, Fletcher undertook the defense of Wesley against Calvinists who charged Wesley with Pelagianism or works righteousness. Fletcher...Read more... Read more...

George Bennard and The Old Rugged Cross

George Bennard and The Old Rugged Cross

April Articles, Calendar Articles, Christian Biography, Default Category, March Articles, Methodist churches

Listen October 9, 1958 Rev. George Bennard passes away Toward the end of the twentieth century, song leaders, when soliciting requests for favorite songs from the congregation, would often receive at least one request for “The Old Rugged Cross.” Written by George Bennard in 1913, this gospel hymn has proven to be a sentimental favorite of Christians and unsaved alike. Like many other...Read more... Read more...

Phoebe Palmer Knapp (1839 -1908)

Phoebe Palmer Knapp (1839 -1908)

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, Default Category, History of Hymns, Methodist churches

Listen July 10, 1908 Phoebe Palmer Knapp passed away Phoebe Worrall Palmer (1807-1874), mother of Phoebe Palmer Knapp, was one of the most widely known women of the nineteenth century. Phoebe Palmer was born in New York City on December 18, 1807 to Henry and Doreth Wade Worrall. On September 28, 1827, Phoebe Worrall married Walter C. Palmer, a Methodist Episcopal Church lay leader, lay...Read more... Read more...