The Henry Center is pleased to announce that the audio and video from Dr. Jo Anne Lyon’s lecture and interview on Wesley, sanctification, and social justice are now available. Click here to stream the audio or here to stream the video of her lecture. Click here to stream the audio or here to stream the video of her interview. Visit our media vault to download the audio files. See below for a description of the event:

On February 22, Dr. Lyon was the speaker for the Scripture and Ministry lecture series sponsored by the Carl F. H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding. The lecture was held in TEDS chapel. Dr. Lyon spoke on the topic of “The Spirit and Scripture: Transforming People and Culture.”

“The Wesleyan Quadrilateral is a lens for viewing the world as it relates to the role of the church in bringing about Justice.  Wesley’s view of Sanctification is an integral part of doing justice. The results continue to live with us today. This view of Social Justice and Sanctification became the embodiment of the beginnings of the American Holiness Movement. Structural Evil was identified and advocacy was also a part of one’s faith life. Today the Spirit is calling through the Scriptures and empowering His people to do Kingdom work in this second decade of the 21st century. Only through the power of the Holy Spirit can redeeming work be done. It is happening!”