This book is a great historical door to the past, and a must read for anyone wishing to discover more about, "The people called Methodist."
It is as though a spotlight is on our protagonist and everyone else is given only minor occasions for sharing in his light...or being heard in the darkened background.
He creatively and effectively uses Wesley's theological writings, the writings of contemporaries, and conference minutes to more fully tell Wesley's story.
I follow Wesley & his methods, and they wirk extremely well in Ivory Coast, of West Africa! I recommend this book to all who love the ministry and teachings of Rev. John Wesley!!!Published 2 months ago by Clarence Skelton
I have not finished the book but will learn how the Methodist religion was founded by John Wesley in England.Published 7 months ago by Rod Bassing
This purchase was made for my course of study and it meets my expectation in regard to the condition that it is in.Published 7 months ago by Tim
This book was amazing. I was able to read this book like a novel and it told me so much about the UMC that I am glad to be called a Methodist!Published 12 months ago by Kayla Mangrich
This is a graduate level book. I am taking graduate level course. I purchased this book at an excellent price. The book arrived timely and in excellent condition. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Music Man
Each year for Lent I try to accomplish something. Sometimes it involves giving up something while other years I take a study course at church. Read morePublished on April 2, 2011 by J. Lindner
This was a well-written book that I am priveledged to have been introduced to. It is easy to read and carries one smoothly through the life of John Wesley from the rise of... Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by Stanley A. Schrader Jr.