The Oxford Handbook of Methodist Studies

@inproceedings{Abraham2009TheOH,
  title={The Oxford Handbook of Methodist Studies},
  author={William J. Abraham and James E. Kirby},
  year={2009}
}
I: HISTORY OF METHODISM II: ECCLESIA FORMS AND STRUCTURES III: WORSHIP, SACRAMENTS, LITURGY, HYMNODY, MUSIC, PREACHING IV:SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCES, EVANGELISM, MISSION, ECUMENISM V: THEOLOGY VI: ETHICS AND POLITICS 

John Wesley and Methodist Responses to Slavery in America

Abstract John Wesley considered the slave trade to be a national disgrace. However, while the American Methodist Church had initially made bold declarations concerning the evils of slavery, the

Catholic-Methodist Dialogue: Convergent Understandings of the Ministry of Oversight

Four decades of ecumenical dialogue between Roman Catholics and Methodists have deepened understandings of the nature of the Church especially in the Ministry of Oversight. Nine quinquennial reports

The Role of the Holy Spirit in Recent Apologetic Thought

THE ROLE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT IN RECENT APOLOGETIC THOUGHT Bradley Jason Weldy, Ph.D. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2014 Chair: Dr. Theodore James Cabal This dissertation examines the

The refinement of religious practices in nineteenth-century Louisville, Kentucky

by Jeffrey L. Bain-Conkin My dissertation recovers the nineteenth-century religious practices of Jews, Catholics, and Protestants in Louisville, Kentucky. Additionally, a comparative analysis of

An ethnographic and theological study of places and boundary, with specific reference to Methodist circuits in Bradford

The thesis tests the extent to which Christian ministry, understood as movement, is a meaningful form of engagement with the many boundary situations apparent in modern urban living. In the thesis

Models of conversion in American evangelicalism: Jonathan Edwards, Charles Hodge and Old Princeton, and Charles Finney

MODELS OF CONVERSION IN AMERICAN EVANGELICALISM: JONATHAN EDWARDS, CHARLES HODGE AND OLD PRINCETON, AND CHARLES FINNEY Mark B. Chapman, B.A., M.Div., M.Th. Marquette University, 2015 The most

One Church in One Location: Questioning the Biblical, Theological, and Historical Claims of the Multi-Site Church Movement

ONE CHURCH IN ONE LOCATION: QUESTIONING THE BIBLICAL, THEOLOGICAL, AND HISTORICAL CLAIMS OF THE MULTI-SITE CHURCH MOVEMENT Darrell Grant Gaines, Ph.D. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2012

“The Saints Go Marching”: The Church of God in Christ and the Civil Rights Movement in Memphis, Tennessee, 1954-1968

"The Saints Go Marching": The Church of God in Christ and the Civil Rights Movement in Memphis, Tennessee, 1954-1968 By Jonathan Chism Having assumed black Pentecostals are “otherworldly” or detached

The moral pathway: toward the stranger in the life and thought of John Wesley

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Khawhar Zai: Voices of Hope in the Bereavement Singing of Mizo Christians in Northeast India

The Mizo people of, Mizoram, Northeast India have been predominantly Christian since the 1930’s after a series of spiritual revivals that began in 1906. Today, the churches still have a prominent