Randy Buchanan Wesleyan-Arminian theology affirms imputed righteousness, but denies the Calvinistic doctrine of imputation.Hope you truly understand what you have written above Imputed righteousness is the righteousness of Jesus credited to the Christian, enabling the Christian to be justified; imparted righteousness is what God does in Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit after justification, working in the Christian to enable and empower the process of sanctification (and, in Wesleyan thought, Christian perfection).