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Baptism, Confirmation, and Church Membership in The Methodist Church Before the Union of 1968 (Part II)
As already mentioned previously in Part I of this article the exact status of the baptized in relation to the church, was anything but clear. The Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church of 1856Expand
John Wesley and early Swedish pietism : Carl Magnus Wrangel and Johan Hinric Liden
L'A. traite des relations de John Wesley avec les Suedois lutheriens Carl Magnus Wrangel et John Hinric Liden qui l'ont rencontre en Angleterre en 1768 et l'annee suivante. Les biographies de WrangelExpand
No End Without the Means: John Wesley and the Sacraments
The teachings of John Wesley on the sacraments, their presuppositions, their content and consequences, are so extensive that large studies and several books would be necessary for a truly exhaustiveExpand
The Genesis of Methodism . By Frederick Dreyer. Cranbury, N.J.: Lehigh University Press, 1999. 138 pp. $32.50 cloth.
delinquent clergy, originally handled by the creaky machinery of the old ecclesiastical law; this was repaired by the Church Discipline Act of 1840, which emphasized the role of the diocese. But aExpand
A people of suffering