Volume: 31; Author: John Wesley; Category: Biography and . John Wesley, M. ALate Fellow of Lincoln-College, Oxfordby John Wesley.
Volume: 31; Author: John Wesley; Category: Biography and Autobiography; Length: 379 Pages; Year: 1775. An Extract From the Journal of Francis Asbury, Bishop of the Methodist-Episcopal Church in AmericaFrom August 7, 1771, to December 29, 1778by Francis Asbury. Vol. 1. The Cipher Dispatchesby Whitelaw Reid. 15. Remarkable MenWotton, Ferguson, Humboldt, Wilberforce, Faraday, Scott, Arnold, Waterton, Roberts, Bunyanby Soc.
Late Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford. (Philadelphia: : Printed by Johnston & Justice, at Franklin's Head, no. 41, Chesnut-Street-for William Glendinning, preacher of the Gospel. Wesley, John, 1703-1791: A Christian library : consisting of extracts from and abridgements of the choicest pieces of practical divinity which have been published in the English tongue (London : Printed by T. Cordeux for T. Blanshard, 1819-1827), also by A. G. Jewitt (page images at HathiTrust). Wesley, John, 1703-1791: Christian perfection, (Cincinnati, Hitchcock & Walden, ) (page images at HathiTrust).
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Discover John Wesley famous and rare quotes. The Journal of the Reverend John Wesley, Sometime Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford, . 38. This Book had to be written by one of three people: good men, bad men or God. It couldn't have been written by good men because they said it was inspired by the revelation of God.
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26, The Manners of the Ancient Christians, extracted from a French Author, (Bristol, 1749), p. 7. 27 Ibid. 30 Wesley, Letters 1, p. 352. 31 Nelson, . An Address to Persons of Quality and Estate (London, 1715), pp. 229–30 Wesley cites Chrysostom in support of the idea that lack of faith was a cause of the withering of the miraculous powers of healing; Letters, ed. Telford, 2, p. 313. 73 Wesley,, Notes upon the New Testament, p. 295.
John Wesley was the second son of Samuel, a former Nonconformist .
John Wesley was the second son of Samuel, a former Nonconformist (dissenter from the Church of England) and rector at Epworth, and Susanna Wesley. After six years of education at the Charterhouse, London, he entered Christ Church, Oxford University, in 1720. Recalled to Oxford in October 1729 to fulfill the residential requirements of his fellowship, John joined his brother Charles, Robert Kirkham, and William Morgan in a religious study group that was derisively called the Methodists because of their emphasis on methodical study and devotion. Taking over the leadership of the group from Charles, John helped the group to grow in numbers.
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Volume 2 of 2 by John Whitehead. British LibraryT017164A prospectus, 'Proposals for printing by subscription, the life of the late Rev. The Life of the REV. Some Time Fellow of Lincoln-College, Oxford. Collected from His Private Papers and Printed Works;. London: printed by Stephen Couchman; and sold by Knight and Son; J. Matthews; D. Taylor; and W. Bulgin, Bristol, 1793-96.