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Reflection Question 1
In the lesson, the Christian faith and its various traditions are compared to:
1) A tree
2) A river system
3) A mountain range
4) A galaxy
Reflection Question 2
The two primary sources that feed into the Wesleyan Holiness stream are:
1) The Methodist movement of John Wesley and the First Great Awakening
2) The Protestant Reformation and Eastern Orthodoxy
3) The Methodist movement of John Wesley and the Holiness movements from the Second and Third Great Awakenings
4) The Catholic Church and the Protestant Reformation
Reflection Question 3
The Wesleyan Holiness stream defines “holiness” as:
1) A state of perfection and flawlessness
2) Following a set of strict religious rules
3) The fulfillment of the Creator’s intentions for human beings from the beginning
4) An intense feeling of divine presence
Reflection Question 4
The lesson suggests that the Wesleyan Holiness stream is more relational than propositional, meaning that it prioritizes relationships over statements of belief. How do you see this principle reflected in your own community or tradition?
Reflection Question 5
In the lesson, it is mentioned that the Wesleyan Holiness stream is “more centered-set than bounded-set”. How might this perspective shape the way a community lives out their faith?
Reflection Question 6
The Wesleyan Holiness stream values being “more descriptive than prescriptive” when it comes to experiencing God. How might this value influence the worship practices or spiritual experiences within this tradition?