Wesley’s Call to Unconditional Love Still Resonates

John Wesley could be a pain. He was dogmatic, opinionated, partisan and stubbornly hard to shift from what he believed was the central ground of Christian faith. But that made him neither an exclusive nor a separatist from other Christians. In 1749, he preached a...

John Wesley Speaks to Vulture Capitalism

What would John Wesley, the founder of Methodism and the preacher of one of the most famous sermons on the use of money, say about vulture capitalism? First, what is vulture capitalism? Vulture capitalism is a verbal bomb being thrown by politicians and pundits in the...