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Thu Oct 16 17:53:16 2014 UTClccn-n801212690.14The preacher's son /0.610.94An expostulatory address to the members of the Methodist Society in Ireland158324772n 80121269501851Britische Methodistische KircheEglwys FethodistaiddMethodist Church (England)Methodist Conference (Great Britain)Methodistische Kirche Great BritainMethodistsWesleyan Conference OfficecontainsVIAFID/155940747Primitive Methodist Church (Great Britain)containsVIAFID/149970272United Methodist Church (Great Britain)containsVIAFID/149520284Wesleyan Methodist Churchlccn-n79060434Wesley, John1703-1791edtlccn-n79056234Church of Englandlccn-n50003882Wesley, Charles1707-1788lccn-n50010588Semmel, Bernardedtlccn-n79127912Halévy, Elie1870-1937lccn-n83208620Heitzenrater, Richard P.1939-lccn-n88275001Rack, Henry D.lccn-n80021645Methodist Church (U.S.)nc-church of englandChurch of Englandlccn-n50019884Whitefield, George1714-1770Methodist Church (Great Britain)HymnsPeriodicalsHistoryConference proceedingsHymns‡vTextsMethodist Church (Great Britain)Wesley, John,EnglandClergyMethodismGreat BritainMethodist ChurchMethodist Church--ClergyMethodist Church--DoctrinesWesley, Charles,MethodistsEvangelical RevivalSocial historyHymns, EnglishPolitical scienceChurch and stateChurch of EnglandMethodism--InfluenceMethodist Church (U.S.)Marriage--Religious aspects--Methodist ChurchMethodist womenTravelWest IndiesMethodist Episcopal ChurchWhitefield, George,Methodist Episcopal Church, SouthCoke, Thomas,Methodists--MissionsInterfaith relationsChurch and the worldManners and customsEngland--Durham (County)IrelandLiturgicsSocietiesWorshipOxford movementMissionsWesleyan Methodist ChurchAgricultural laborers--Labor unionsEngland--East AngliaMethodist Church--LiturgyLord's Supper (Liturgy)Christian sociologyBaptism (Liturgy)United Reformed Church (Great Britain)TheologyChurch--History of doctrinesUnited StatesChurch and social problems17331744174517471748175017561761176417661768176917701771177217771778177917821783178617891791179217931795179617971798179918011802180518071810181218131814181618181819182018211823182418251827182918301831183218331834183518361838183918401841184218431844184518461847184818491850185118521853185418551856185718581859186218641865186618681869187018711872187318741875187618771878187918811882188318851886188818891890189118921893189418961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619181920192219231924192519261927192819291931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142124515912178283BX5129.8.M4ocn8665999031184ocn001505153book19630.59Church of EnglandConversations between the Church of England and the Methodist Church; a report to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and the Conference of the Methodist Church9913ocn002661633score19330.59Methodist Church (Great Britain)The Methodist hymn-book with tunesHymns784ocn002510673book19580.59Church of EnglandConversations between the Church of England and the Methodist Church; an interim statementAn interim statement of the progress towards unity636ocn027148947book19830.30Hymns and PsalmsHymns561ocn002701554book19750.53Methodist Church (Great Britain)The Methodist service book399ocn006226844book19040.59Methodist Church (Great Britain)The Methodist hymn-bookHymns381ocn003952746book19690.50Methodist Church (Great Britain)Hymns and Songs : a supplement to the Methodist Hymn BookHymns322ocn007655848book19590.74Methodist Church (Great Britain)Declarations of Conference on social questions321ocn071890127book20060.50Read, CharlesBaptism and Holy Communion in the Methodist and the United Reformed Church302ocn070487647book19330.56Methodist Church (Great Britain)The Methodist hymn-book with tunesHymns301ocn426828399file0.88Missionary noticesPeriodicals263ocn021281911book19600.77Church of EnglandAnglicans and Methodists talk together252ocn004322143book19370.66Methodist Church (Great Britain)The nature of the Christian church according to the teachings of the MethodistsHistory232ocn037678373book19970.47Methodist Church (Great Britain)The cities : a Methodist report223ocn047726847book20010.53Methodist Church (Great Britain)At the breaking of the bread : the Methodist worship book communion services+-+6357703036324191ocn013948783book19310.53Methodism, its message for to-day : the proceedings of the Methodist Church Congress held in Victoria Hall, Sheffield, February 23-26, 1931Conference proceedings151ocn062088604book20050.66Joint Implementation CommissionIn the spirit of the covenant : interim report (2005) of the Joint Implementation Commission under the covenant between the Methodist Church of Great Britain and the Church of England141ocn225495096score20010.20Methodist hymns old & new133ocn004891593score19500.63Methodist Church (Great Britain)The school hymn-book of the Methodist ChurchHymnsHymns Texts1110ocn222485033book19330.37Methodist Church (Great Britain)The Methodist hymn-book : for use in Australasia and New ZealandHymns8322ocn000139387book19710.53Halévy, ElieThe birth of Methodism in EnglandHistoryChurch historyHalevy's 1906 essays on the Puritan revival of 1739 and the role of the two Anglican clergyman Wesley and Whitfield in the reawakening6285ocn019919852book19890.63Rack, Henry DReasonable enthusiast : John Wesley and the rise of methodismHistoryBiographyThis biography of Wesley remains the definitive work on the founder of Methodism. Its enduring strength is to set Wesley and his movement against the background of his time, so that we can see the political, social and religious influences on growing Methodism. Full attention is paid to contemporary figures: not only Charles Wesley and George Whitefield but also the Moravians and others whose movements influenced Methodism, both positively and negatively. John Wesley himself emerges as a truly human figure, with many weaknesses, not least where women are concerned; and we are left to wonder that his work created a movement which has lasted for more than 250 years+-+97005716253244535ocn794700606file20110.74Lawrence, Anna MOne family under God love, belonging, and authority in early transatlantic MethodismHistory+-+25889776353786ocn191672891file20070.63Lloyd, GarethCharles Wesley and the struggle for Methodist identityHistoryBiographyThis book is an important new study of the life and ministry of the Anglican minister and Evangelical leader Charles Wesley (1707-88) which examines the often-neglected contribution made by John Wesley's younger brother to the early history of the Methodist movement. Charles Wesley's importance as the author of classic hymns like "Love Divine" and "O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing" is well known, but his wider contribution to Methodism, the Church of England and the Evangelical Revival has been overlooked. Gareth Lloyd presents a new appraisal of Charles Wesley based on his own papers and those of his friends and enemies. The picture of the Revival that results from a fresh examination of one of Methodism's most significant leaders offers a new perspective on the formative years of a denomination that today has an estimated 80 million members worldwide. - Publisher+-+89204744653767ocn001561331book19480.56Church, Leslie FThe early Methodist peopleHistoryChurch history3215ocn808600326file20090.70Lloyd, Jennifer MWomen and the shaping of British Methodism persistent preachers, 1807-1907HistoryChurch historyA response to the prominent Methodist historian David Hempton's call to analyse women's experience within Methodism, this book is the first to deal with British Methodist women preachers over the entire 19th century+-+203325462529714ocn015443190book18120.93The Experience of several eminent Methodist preachers with an account of their call to and success in the ministry : in a series of lettersBiographyRecords and correspondence2703ocn009894143book19840.59Heitzenrater, Richard PThe elusive Mr. WesleyBiographyA new Wesley biography published at the tricentennial of his birth. The aim of this ebook is simple: it is an attempt to get to know the real John Wesley. The author explains why getting to know the real Wesley seems so difficult and describes the principles of such a quest2703ocn000592962book19090.63Townsend, W. JA new history of MethodismHistory2391ocn010228854book19840.53Heitzenrater, Richard PJohn Wesley his own biographerBiography2363ocn060606414book20050.14Gill, ElizabethThe preacher's sonFiction+-+40871327252293ocn011449332book19840.63Hempton, DavidMethodism and politics in British society, 1750-1850HistoryChurch history22611ocn015460383book18070.94Walker, JohnAn expostulatory address to the members of the Methodist Society in IrelandControversial literature2212ocn007128386book19380.59Bready, J. WesleyEngland, before and after Wesley : the evangelical revival and social reformHistoryChurch history2097ocn020953952book19780.50Davies, Rupert EA history of the Methodist Church in Great BritainHistory+-+36585716253241911ocn001673532book19660.59Dearing, TrevorWesleyan and Tractarian worship : an ecumenical studyHistory1831ocn050216020book20020.24Hattersley, RoyA brand from the burning : the life of John WesleyHistoryBiography+-+35751316853241671ocn010228848book19840.59Heitzenrater, Richard PJohn Wesley as seen by contemporaries and biographersBiography1593ocn008762959book19810.84Scotland, NigelMethodism and the revolt of the field : a study of the Methodist contribution to agricultural trade unionism in East Anglia, 1872-96History1583ocn065337296file17890.82Coke, ThomasSome account of the late missionaries to the West Indies+-+6357703036324+-+6357703036324Thu Oct 16 15:09:09 EDT 2014batch55119