Date: January 2018
Duration: 0 hours 34 minutes
John Wesley was an eighteenth-century preacher and a co-founder of Methodism. In his stirring sermon "Of Hell," Wesley dives into the theology of eternal punishment for unbelievers. He focuses on the two primary forms of punishment: that of loss and that of feeling. Wesley preaches with conviction, making it no wonder that his words were an important part of the revivalist movement that reignited the passion of formerly lukewarm Christians.