Im reading a paper done by Martyn Lloyd Jones about Welsh Calvinistic Methodism, where he states, "The next thing I have to stress is the emphasis which they all placed on 'feeling'. They were very concerned about what Whitefield called a 'felt' Christ. They were not content with orthodoxy, correct belief; they wanted to 'feel' Him. They laid tremendous emphasis upon the place of feelings in our Christian experience." You dont hear much about 'Experimental' religion & what George Whitefield called a 'felt' Christ. Is this considered good theology today?