New Article Published in Methodist Review

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Thursday 17 April 2014 12:07 pm

Readers:\r\n\r\nMethodist Review has just published a new article in its latest issue:\r\n\r\nRyan Nicholas Danker, “The Younger Brother Unveiled: Charles Wesley and Anglicanism in Colonial Boston”\r\n\r\nAbstract:\r\n\r\nCharles Wesley’s month-long accidental visit to colonial Boston in 1736 is a unique and interstitial period in his life. During this visit, Wesley is seen not only within a context long dominated by Puritanism, but also separate from his brother, John. The article paints a picture of the political and religoius context into which Wesley entered and against that back drop to see him clearly toward the end of his sojourn in the American colonies and on the cusp of his entrance into evangelicalism. In addition, while complimenting the work of S T Kimbrough Jr.on this period, the article adds insights previously unknown. Filling in the details of this short but informative episode in Wesley’s life provides the student of the period a glimpse into Wesley’s evolution as a revivalistic leader, but also highlights many ideological continuities that span either side of his “Pentecost” experience.\r\n\r\nThis article is now ready for reading at http://www.methodistreview.org.\r\n\r\nRex D. Matthews, Managing Editor, Methodist Review

MWRC News

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Friday 4 April 2014 10:46 am

Dear Friends of the Manchester Wesley Research Centre:\r\n\r\nI hope the following news items will be of interest to you.\r\n\r\n‘George Whitefield at 300’ Conference (25-27 June 2014)\r\n\r\nIf you are considering attending, we would encourage you to register as soon as possible to secure a place at the conference. Full details about registering can be found on the conference website at: http://www.mwrc.ac.uk/whitefield-conference/  \r\n\r\nOxford-Manchester Methodist Studies Seminars\r\n\r\nThe next Oxford-Manchester Methodist Studies Seminar is on Saturday 26 April in Oxford. I have attached the draft programme to this message. For further details, see: http://www.mwrc.ac.uk/methodist-studies-seminars/\r\n\r\nMWRC Annual Lecture \r\n\r\nThe 2014 MWRC Annual Lecture from Prof Morna Hooker titled ‘Scriptural Holiness: The Wesleys’ Use of Scripture’ will be on Tuesday 17 June at 5pm.\r\n\r\nWesley and Methodist Studies\r\n\r\nWe are pleased to announce that Wesley and Methodist Studies will be published by Penn State University Press from volume 7 (early 2015). For a limited time, subscriptions for the journal can still be placed via the Paternoster Periodicals website at: http://www.paternosterperiodicals.co.uk/wesley-and-methodist-studies\r\n\r\nNew MWRC Partner Institution \r\n\r\nPentecostal Theological Seminary (Cleveland, Tennessee) has become the eleventh partner institution of the MWRC. We look forward to seeing this partnership develop and flourish. For information on MWRC partner institutions, visit: http://www.mwrc.ac.uk/partnerships/\r\n\r\nOther Upcoming Public Events\r\n\r\nThe annual Wesley Lecture at Lincoln College, Oxford will on Tuesday 20 May 2014 at 5pm. Prof J. R. Waston will speak on ‘Poetry and Piety: John Wesley and Hymns’.  \r\n\r\nGeordan Hammond, Ph.D.  Director of the Manchester Wesley Research Centre, Co-editor of Wesley and Methodist Studies