Wesley Studies

John Wesley the Methodist : A Plain Account of His Life and Work Chapter 5

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
John Fletcher Hurst

A biography of John Wesley

Chapter V: The Holy Club

Charles Wesley Begins It - "Methodists" - John Wesley Its Father - "Men of One Book" - Works of

Mercy and Help - The Oxford Methodists - Whitefield - Death of the Epworth Rector - Reserved for a

Better Appointment

 

John Wesley the Methodist : A Plain Account of His Life and Work Chapter 4

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
John Fletcher Hurst

A biography of John Wesley

Chapter IV: The Crisis at Oxford

A Freshman at Christ Church - No Religious Friends - Letters from Home - Choosing a Profession -

The First Convert - Fellow of Lincoln - Curate at Wroote

 

John Wesley the Methodist : A Plain Account of His Life and Work Chapter 3

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
John Fletcher Hurst

Chapter III: The Gownboy of the Charterhouse

A Friendly Duke - The Charterhouse School - John's School Days - The Epworth Ghost - The Brothers

at Westminster

 

John Wesley the Methodist : A Plain Account of His Life and Work Chapter 2

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
John Fletcher Hurst

Chapter II: The Epworth Household

Epworth in Lincolnshire - The Wonderful Mother - Pecuniary Difficulties - "A Brand Plucked from the

Burning"

 

John Wesley the Methodist : A Plain Account of His Life and Work Chapter 1

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
John Fletcher Hurst

Chapter I: A Race of Preachers

The Wesley Ancestry - The First John Westley - Samuel Wesley, Poet and Preacher - Susanna

Annesley - Piety and Culture

 

John Wesley the Methodist : A Plain Account of His Life and Work Contents

A biography of John Wesley.

Chapter I: A Race of Preachers

Chapter II: The Epworth Household

Chapter III: The Gownboy of the Charterhouse

Chapter IV: The Crisis at Oxford

Chapter V: The Holy Club

Chapter VI: To America and Back

Chapter VII: The New Birth

Chapter VIII: Revival Preaching

Chapter IX: Society and Class

Chapter X: Lay Helpers

Chapter XI: Two Sorts of Methodists

Chapter XII: Wesley Faces Mobs

Chapter XIII: In Conference with the Preachers

Chapter XIV: Doctrinal Wars

John Wesley - Evangelist Bibliograpgy

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Richard Green
"My aim has been chiefly to present two aspects of Wes1ey's life history. The first of these embraces his earlier career, in which
prominence is given to those events and circumstances which in so remarkable a way prepared him for his great work--a preparation
which cannot, without doing violence to its teaching, be regarded as other than providential. A second object aimed at has been to set forth the one chief purpose for which I believe Wesley was raised up, and to fulfil which he

John Wesley - Evangelist Chapter 12

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Richard Green
"My aim has been chiefly to present two aspects of Wes1ey's life history. The first of these embraces his earlier career, in which
prominence is given to those events and circumstances which in so remarkable a way prepared him for his great work--a preparation
which cannot, without doing violence to its teaching, be regarded as other than providential. A second object aimed at has been to set forth the one chief purpose for which I believe Wesley was raised up, and to fulfil which he

John Wesley - Evangelist Chapter 11

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Richard Green
"My aim has been chiefly to present two aspects of Wes1ey's life history. The first of these embraces his earlier career, in which
prominence is given to those events and circumstances which in so remarkable a way prepared him for his great work--a preparation
which cannot, without doing violence to its teaching, be regarded as other than providential. A second object aimed at has been to set forth the one chief purpose for which I believe Wesley was raised up, and to fulfil which he

John Wesley - Evangelist Chapter 10

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Richard Green
"My aim has been chiefly to present two aspects of Wes1ey's life history. The first of these embraces his earlier career, in which
prominence is given to those events and circumstances which in so remarkable a way prepared him for his great work--a preparation
which cannot, without doing violence to its teaching, be regarded as other than providential. A second object aimed at has been to set forth the one chief purpose for which I believe Wesley was raised up, and to fulfil which he

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