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Thu Oct 16 17:59:46 2014 UTClccn-n960041500.10The McKendree Chapel affair /0.511.00Agricultural Market Development Abroad46910978n 960041503990873lccn-n80021648United Methodist Church (U.S.)lccn-n85299875Richey, Russell E.lccn-n80009974Rowe, Kenneth E.lccn-n80021645Methodist Church (U.S.)lccn-n81123613Abraham, William J.(William James)1947-lccn-no92028843Martin, William C.(William Clyde)1893-1984nc-methodist episcopal church southMethodist Episcopal Church, Southlccn-n88665734Simpson, Matthew1811-1884nc-oxford university pressOxford University Presspbllccn-n77018329Mcneely, John G.Kirby, James E.HistoryBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcDissertations, AcademicMethodist ChurchUnited StatesUnited Methodist Church (U.S.)Methodist Church (U.S.)MethodismBishopsMethodist Church--Bishops--Appointment, call, and electionMethodist Church--GovernmentMartin, William C.--(William Clyde),Methodist Episcopal Church, SouthSimpson, Matthew,Farm produce--MarketingAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)TennesseeNational securityMilitary policyMilitary readinessStrategic materialsOutler, Albert Cook,ReligionDrew UniversityWesley, John,Wesleyan Methodist ChurchMethodist Episcopal ChurchMethodists1933196319651966198519901996199820002009201113071036287.6BX8382.2.A48009ocn034115713book19960.39Kirby, James EThe MethodistsHistory+-+939577868527113ocn390597233book20090.66Abraham, William JThe Oxford handbook of Methodist studiesThis handbook maps the best scholarship in the rapidly developing field of methodist studies. The 42 included essays are representative of the voices of a new generation of international scholars, summarising and expanding on topical research, and considering where their work may lead methodist studies+-+14476744651504ocn042454338book20000.77Kirby, James EThe episcopacy in American MethodismHistory"The thesis explored and developed in this book is that the episcopacy was the binding and cohesive power that joined and kept the Methodist connection together, especially during its early period of rapid expansion. One question that needs far more consideration by students of Methodist history is why the various parts of the movement held together. Kirby's thesis is that it was because of the episcopal office as exercised by Francis Asbury. The volume is primarily about the Methodist Episcopal Church and the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, although it acknowledges other relevant movements in Methodist history in America+-+2888252315324752ocn042049209book20000.79Kirby, James EBrother Will : a biography of William C. MartinBiography43ocn223060639book19630.74Kirby, James EThe ecclesiastical and social thought of Matthew SimpsonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyDissertations, Academic21ocn056327752art19660.10Kirby, James EThe McKendree Chapel affairHistory21ocn047001791mix19850.47Batchelor, Robert AThe national defense stockpile : an organizational perspective11ocn632621461book19651.00Texas Agricultural Experiment StationAgricultural Market Development Abroad11ocn254628658book19650.96Kirby, James EAgricultural market development abroad11ocn880638855mix0.47Wesley Works Editorial ProjectWesley Works Editorial Project recordsHistoryThis collection documents the involvement of four Perkins School of Theology personnel in the Wesley Works Editorial Project (WWEP): Richard P. Heitzenrater, Albert C. Outler, James E. Kirby, and Wanda W. Smith. WWEP was founded in 1960 for the purpose of publishing scholarly editions of the writings of the Rev. John Wesley, A.M. (1703-1791), the founding figure of Methodism+-+9395778685+-+9395778685Thu Oct 16 15:38:14 EDT 2014batch7611