A Plain Account of Christian Perfection
AS BELIEVED AND TAUGHT
BY THE REV. MR. JOHN WESLEY
FROM THE YEAR 1725 TO THE YEAR 1777.
Without making any changes in "The Plain Account," as originally published in Mr. Wesley's works, we have taken the liberty of dividing it by headings, which we think makes it more readable. — J. A. Wood.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
B. SERMON ON "THE CIRCUMCISION OF THE HEART" BEFORE THE UNIVERSITY AT OXFORD.
C. THE FIRST TRACT HE WROTE ON CHRISTIAN PERFECTION.
D. HIS SERMON ON CHRISTIAN PERFECTION.
E. THE PREFACE TO HIS SECOND VOLUME OF HYMNS.
F. THE PREFACE TO HIS THIRD VOLUME OF HYMNS.
G. THE MINUTES OF HIS FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD CONFERENCES.
H. HYMNS PUBLISHED IN 1749.
I. "THOUGHTS ON CHRISTIAN PERFECTION," PUBLISHED IN 1759.
J. FANATICISM WAS MANIFEST IN LONDON IN 1762.
K. QUERIES TO THOSE WHO DENY PERFECTION ATTAINABLE IN THIS LIFE.
L. SOME WITNESSES.
M. "FARTHER THOUGHTS ON CHRISTIAN PERFECTION" — PART 1.
N. "FARTHER THOUGHTS ON CHRISTIAN PERFECTION" — PART 2.
O. "FARTHER THOUGHTS ON CHRISTIAN PERFECTION" — PART 3.
P. PROPOSITIONS WRITTEN IN 1764.
R. BRIEF THOUGHTS ON CHRISTIAN PERFECTION. [This brief piece written in 1767 was not originally included in "A Plain Account" or in Wood's book, and is added here for the sake of completeness. — Craig.]