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Employing fresh, innovative readings, Edgardo Colón-Emeric examines and underscores the centrality of the concept of perfection for the theologies of Thomas Aquinas and John Wesley—and finds them, surprisingly, largely complementary.

Utilizing the image of a “kneeling ecumenism,” he offers a practical account of how ecumenical conversations can move forward. At a time when many Methodists struggle to understand Catholicism and many Catholics know little of Wesley and Methodism, this stimulating work provides the church as a whole a communal grammar of holiness, in demonstrating how the theologies of perfection of Aquinas and Wesley have significant messages for both groups.

Author Bio

Assistant Research Professor of Theology and Hispanic Studies, Duke University Divinity School.


This title is included as a part of the following collection

  1. Baylor Wesleyan Studies Collection (4 vols.)