Eric Van Meter

Review: The Wesleyan Way of Salvation

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  • Posted on January 28th, 2014

When he first discovered the Wesleyan Way of Salvation, Scott Jones found a tradition that made sense of his faith and gave shape to his life. Thirty-five years later, his most…

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Eric Van Meter

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Eric Van Meter is Director of the Wesley Foundation at Arkansas State University and an elder in Arkansas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.

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