John Wesley’s most significant and enduring theological contribution was his
teaching on Christian Perfection, the idea that as we grow in faith, God’s grace lovingly changes us until we become perfect in love. Unlike human or earthly perfection, Christian Perfection is grounded in the completeness of the Christian experience and is determined by the ongoing presence of Christ’s love in the heart of the believer.
A Plain Account of Christian Perfection is Wesley’s definitive work on the subject,
offering a complete discussion of the doctrine and the process of entire sanctification
along the spiritual journey.
John Wesley was driven by the power of the inner witness of the Holy Spirit
throughout his career. The writings represented in The John Wesley Collection provided the early Methodists vital resources in their mission to spread the gospel.
Today they continue to offer some of the most relevant and helpful messages
regarding the Bible’s promise of transformation for believers in Jesus Christ.