In his day, John Wesley offered important insights on how to obtain knowledge of God that readily bears fruit in our own times. As premiere Wesleyan scholar William Abraham shows, Wesley’s most famous spiritual experience is rife with philosophical significance and implications. Throughout, Abraham brings Wesley’s works into fruitful conversation with some of the most important work in contemporary epistemology. Lyrically and succinctly, he explores the simultaneous epistemological quest and spiritual pilgrimage that were central to Wesley and the Evangelical revival of the eighteenth century. In so doing, he provides a learned and eye-opening meditation upon the relationship between reason and faith.