Prayers of St. Paul

W.B. Pope
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William Burt Pope rose to become the leading voice of Methodist theology in the
nineteenth century. His labors provided the Methodists with a definitive systematic
theology that was matched only by John Wesley himself. His work demonstrated the
effective work of God’s grace while simultaneously and successfully defending the free
will of man. This kept Methodist understanding free of both predestination and
Pelagianism. His was the guiding light for his lifetime, holding at bay those who
advocated liberal theology and practice, trendy new theories of evolution, skepticism
toward the integrity of biblical scripture, and other troubling doctrines. It was only after
he died that such questionable teachings began to gain traction. The Prayers of St. Paul
is Pope’s exposition of the Apostle Paul’s prayers enunciated in his epistles to the early
church, dealing largely with entire sanctification. Rather than providing a “step by step
procedure” style, the author delves exhaustively into Paul’s dense layers of truth upon
truth, observing how the apostle tailors each prayer to meet the needs of his audience.
(Code 6610; 296 pages)

This Schmul Publishing Co. edition is not a scanned facsimile of a used book. It has not been “updated” or edited into modern
English, punctuation or grammar, but is accurate to the author’s own style and usage. The text has been carefully proofread for
accuracy and formatted for easier reading by today’s readers. Every effort has been made to prevent disordered text.

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