Wesley and Methodist Studies, volume 4

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Tuesday 10 April 2012 12:21 pm

Dear Friends of the Manchester Wesley Research Centre:\r\n\r\nThe fourth volume of our annual series has now been published. I have listed the main contents of the volume below. Subscriptions or copies can be obtained via the WMS or Clement publishing websites (http://www.mwrc.ac.uk/wesley-and-methodist-studies/ or http://www.clementspublishing.com/sales/catalog/index.php?cPath=13_14 ).\r\n\r\nGeordan Hammond, Ph.D.\r\nDirector, Manchester Wesley Research Centre\r\nCo-editor, Wesley and Methodist Studies\r\nwww.mwrc.ac.uk\r\n


\r\n1. William White, John Wesley, and the ‘Sheep without a Shepherd’: Towards a New Understanding of Wesley’s Ecclesiology.  JOSEPH WOOD (3)\r\n\r\n2. From Smouldering Fires to Revitalizing Showers: A Historiographical Overview of Revivalism in Nineteenth-Century New York.  RACHEL COPE (25)\r\n\r\n3. ‘Not Radically a Dissenter’: Samuel Leigh in the Colony of New South Wales.   GLEN O’BRIEN (51)\r\n\r\n4.The Bible and the Sword: John Thomas and the Tongan Civil War of 1837.  MARTIN DALY (71)\r\n\r\n5. The World Council of Churches’ Programme to Combat Racism and Irish Methodist Mission.  NORMAN TAGGART (91)\r\n\r\nPapers from the 2010 American Academy of Religion Session on ‘New Horizons and Frontiers: Evangelical Preachers and Preaching’\r\n\r\nIntroduction to AAR Papers.  D. R. WILSON (113)\r\n\r\nThe Reverend Thomas Pennock, Wesleyan Methodist Missionary in Nineteenth-Century Jamaica: A Case Study of Acculturation, Enculturation, or Something Else?  SHARON GRANT (117)\r\n\r\nReclaiming Montanans: The Evangelistic Endeavours of Brother Van.  MARK R. TEASDALE (129)\r\n\r\nW. E. Sangster and Doctrinal Preaching.  ANDREW J. CHEATLE (141)\r\n\r\n 

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