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Abraham, William: Online texts


 William J. Abraham, an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church, is Albert Cook Outler Professor of Wesley Studies and Altschuler Distinguished Teaching Professor at Perkins School of Theology.

Internet Resources


Divine Action and Analogy

Theses on Canonical Theism



The Theology of Evangelism: The Heart of the Matter, 1994 [PDF]


Ecclesial Matters

Evangelicals & Catholics Together: The Christian Mission in the 3rd Millennium, First Things, May 1994 [endorsed by Abraham]

Healing Our Doctrinal Dyslexia, 1995.

United Methodists at the end of the Mainline, First Things, June/July 1998

In Search of Unity - A Conversation with Recommendations for the Unity of The United Methodist Church: Dialogue on Theological Diversity within The United Methodist Church Nashville, November 20-21, 1997; Dallas, February 19-20, 1998 [participant]

Be Steadfast: A Letter to Confessing Christians, Oct 2000 [signatory]



C.S. Lewis & The Conversion of the West, Touchstone, Mar/Apr 1998.

The Word Made Fresh: A Call for the Renewal of the Evangelical Spirit [signatory]

Philosophy of Teaching


Last updated: Jan 2011

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