Good snapshot of Methodist soteriology (the theology of salvation).
All need to be saved.
All can be saved.
All can know themselves to be saved.
All can be saved to the uttermost.
In the early 20th century, a writer summarized the Four Alls of Methodism listed above. I don’t recall when I was first exposed to them, but to this day when I hear people say “all means all,” I have to remind myself that they are not referring to this list.
For me, these four Alls still are the best short hand for the heart of Methodism.