As a Christian people formed in the mold of the Wesley brothers and the American Holiness Movement, we as the Church of the Nazarene feel the inherent tension of a binary heritage. This polarity pulls us toward two different contexts. One is firmly planted in 18th century England. The other arose out of the late 19th and early 20th century America. While our native Nazarene culture is strongly grounded in American revivalism, our theological roots are firmly planted in Wesley’s Methodism.