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Robert G. With Wesley, I choose to reject all the Christian mystics he rejected himself (William Law (UNIVERSALISM), Theologia Germanica (PANTHEISM?), John Tauler (universalist?), Jacob Boehme (GNOSTICISM?), Meister Eckhart (pantheism?), Henry Suso (pantheism?), Jan van Ruysbroeck (pantheist and universalist?), Nicolas Malebranche (?) (Tuttle, pp. 115, 117, 77, 78, 128). 5 people found this helpful.

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Tuttle, Robert Gregory was born on June 2, 1941 in Greensboro, North Carolina, United States. Assistant professor evangelism and wesleyan studies Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California, 1975-1979. Son of Robert Gregory and Lillian Allen Tuttle. AB, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1963. Professor history theology Oral Roberts Graduate School Theology, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1979-1985. Est stanley jones professor evangelism Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, Illinois, 1985-1995.

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Wesley wasn't a "mystic," but an ascetic. He was influenced by ascetic treatises such as William Law's A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life, A Practical Treatise Upon Christian Perfection, Jeremy Taylor's Rules and Exercises for Holy Living, and especially Thomas a Kempis' The Imitation of Christ. He was also impacted by Francois Fenelon's Letters.

The most "mystic" he got was Brother Lawrence's The Practice of the Presence of God.

He was deeply impressed by the ascetic piety of the Life of Monsieur de Renty and the Life of Gregory Lopez.

Wesley rejected "the mystical means of solitude, darkness, and contemplation" (p. 151). He was not a Christian mystic.

However, he was open to dreams, the voice of God, visions, healing, and deliverance. There is plenty of evidence of this in his Journal and Works; see Daniel Jennings' The Supernatural Occurrences of John Wesley.

I was disappointed about how anti-mystical Wesley was. No favorable reference to mystical theology. But what I did find helpful was his spiritual discernment. He rejected mystical heresies, and that helped me to sift through the "mystical dross" and pursue the "mystical gold". With Wesley, I choose to reject all the Christian mystics he rejected himself (William Law (UNIVERSALISM), Theologia Germanica (PANTHEISM?), John Tauler (universalist?), Jacob Boehme (GNOSTICISM?), Meister Eckhart (pantheism?), Henry Suso (pantheism?), Jan van Ruysbroeck (pantheist and universalist?), Nicolas Malebranche (?) (Tuttle, pp. 115, 117, 77, 78, 128).
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Mysticism in the Wesleyan Tradition download epub
Theology
Author: Robert G. Tuttle
ISBN: 0310754305
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Theology
Language: English
Publisher: Francis Asbury Pr (December 1, 1989)
Pages: 204 pages