Teddy Ray is the executive pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Lexington, KY. He has a blog where he shares thoughts on the practice of ministry as well as theological reflections. One of the things I appreciate about Teddy is his deep Wesleyan sensibility, which often comes through in his writing.
A few days ago, Teddy wrote a post he titled, “Why I Love Wesleyan Theology.” It is geared around the Wesleyan view of salvation, which holds a strong belief in the profound power of God’s grace and the possibility of transformation in holiness.
So check it out. Teddy’s writing generally is a testament to the fact that doctrine and theology really do matter. And he points to many of the reasons why I, too, am so compelled by Wesleyan theology in particular.