The term “bigotry,” I fear, [is] little understood . . . It is too strong an attachment to, or fondness for, our own party, opinion, church, and religion. Therefore he is a bigot who is so fond of any of these, so strongly attached to them, as to forbid any who casts out devils because he differs from himself in any or all these particulars.
- Read John Wesley’s Sermon: “A Caution Against Bigotry”
- Watch Chris preach an adaptation of Wesley’s Sermon