News Update from the Manchester Wesley Research Centre

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Thursday 1 September 2011 8:29 am

Dear Friends of the Manchester Wesley Research Centre,\r\n\r\nYou may be interested to know that Wesley and Methodist Studies volume 3 has now been published. Full details of the first three volumes can be found on the WMS website at:\r\n\r\nSubscribing to WMS  would be a good way to support the ongoing work of the Manchester Wesley Research Centre.  Copies can be ordered via the Didsbury Press website at: If applicable, please consider encouraging colleagues and librarians at your respective institutions to subscribe to WMS.\r\n\r\nContents of vol. 3:\r\n\r\nPhilip R. Meadows, ‘Entering the Divine Embrace: Towards an Ancient-Future Wesleyan Theology of Evangelism’\r\n\r\nChristopher T. Bounds, ‘How are People Saved? The Major Views of Salvation with a Focus on Wesleyan Perspectives and their Implications’\r\n\r\nDerek Tidball, ‘”Secession is an ugly thing”: The Emergence and Development of Free Methodism in Late Twentieth-Century England’\r\n\r\nFive papers from the 2009 American Academy of Religion Session on ‘Methodism and the African Diaspora, 1738–1834’\r\n\r\nSamuel Wesley’s Letter to Mr Smith, 1696: Transcribed, Introduced, and Annotated by Arthur Alan Torpy\r\n\r\nThe volume also contains ten book reviews.\r\n\r\nBest regards,\r\nGeordan Hammond

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