Renewing Methodist Evangelicalism: the Origins and Development of the Methodist Revival Fellowship

  title={Renewing Methodist Evangelicalism: the Origins and Development of the Methodist Revival Fellowship},
  author={Martin Wellings},
  journal={Studies in Church History},
  pages={286 - 296}
  • M. Wellings
  • Published 2008
  • History
  • Studies in Church History
When the Wesleyan, Primitive and United Methodist Connexions combined in 1932 to form the Methodist Church of Great Britain, much was made of their shared evangelical heritage. The doctrinal clause of the founding Deed of Union affirmed that the Connexion ‘ever remembers that in the Providence of God Methodism was raised up to spread Scriptural Holiness through the land by the proclamation of the Evangelical Faith and declares its unfaltering resolve to be true to its Divinely appointed mission… 
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