Dr. Kenneth J. Collins, Professor of Historical Theology and Wesley Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary, and Dr. Paul Chilcote from Ashland Theological Seminary have just published Volume 13 of the critical edition of John Wesley’s works (the bicentennial edition), The Works of John Wesley: Doctrinal and Controversial Treatises II, vol. 13, through Abingdon Press.
This is the second of three volumes devoted to Wesley’s theological writings and contains two major sets of material. The first set (edited by Paul Chilcote) contains writings throughout Wesley’s ministry devoted to defense of the doctrine of Christian perfection, including “A Plain Account of Christian Perfection.” The second set (edited by Kenneth Collins) collects Wesley’s various treatises focused on predestination and related issues, often in direct debate with Calvinist writers, including “Predestination Calmly Considered.”
The book can also be purchased on Amazon.