"The coherence of Wesley's teaching on the omnipotence of God is questionable. How God is the sole agent whose providence is responsible for everything except human sin is not clear. Wesley protects human freedom, but even that is to be ascribed to God's grace. One reason his thought is not very coherent here is that it is peripheral to his primary concern - God's saving grace. It is God as loving parent he most wishes to describe, not God the agent whose existence explains causality in the physical world."
| United Methodist Doctrine: The Extreme Center by Scott J. James