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Wesleyanism.

A. Burbridge

Wesleyanism.

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SeriesLectures on the history of religions -- 29
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A Theology of Love reinvigorated for newAuthor: Mildred Bangs Wynkoop. ‘He elevates Wesley and Wesleyanism to too momentous a role in British history although this is necessary to build up the book's importance.’ ‘While there is considerably more emphasis on Wesleyanism's overall failure, Kent sees Wesleyanism's two achievements as becoming a national presence with a distinct, inward-looking subculture, and.

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Wesley: Bringing Belief in Line with Practice (Nashville: Abingdon, ). From the first page to the last, though, his tone is irenic and he approaches his task with admirable humility and graciousness.

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