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Wesley's first experiment with this structure aimed at helping them advance in perfection, to help them love each other more, to improve every leadership talent, and also "to have a select company, to whom I might unbosom myself on all occasions, without reserve" (Wesley, 1960, Vol.
or Father) Chillingworth has neither absolution nor cure in mind, and the guilt-ridden minister, preternaturally sensitive as he is, intuits as much and refuses to unbosom.
While Lu's point that he would rather "let the empirical evidence unbosom itself" than "elaborate on a purely conceptual discussion" (p.