This series of seminars by Rev. Hong Ki Kim, Ph. D., was a study & discussion about Wesley’s concept of sanctification and outstanding interpretation of church history. It means an imitation of Jesus’s personality through works of piety and Jesus’s life through works of mercy and entire sanctification in this life. It applies to social holiness for a better loving society and economic holiness for a responsible society beyond capitalism and socialism. His concept of sanctification is a unique hope for global mission and survival of the church in the 21st century.
Rev. Kim is a former Professor and President of Methodist Theological University. He has taught Wesleyan Studies & Church History and has written several books related to this subject.
Here are some of the lecture materials: