Issue 2 John Wesley: Revival and Revolution

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Revival and Revolution: From the Publisher

About Christian History and its John Wesley issue.

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John Wesley: Did You Know?

Fascinating facts about John Wesley and the Methodist movement.

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Wesley’s Rule for Christian Living

A principle to live by.

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Revival and Revolution

England and Ireland in John Wesley’s days.

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Wesley: A Gallery of Family, Friends and Foes

Who was who in Wesley’s circle.

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Tapping the Riches

Wesley set out to renew the church he loved and he was prepared to employ any appropriate material from the whole history of Christianity to do it.

Dr. Charles Yrigoyen, Jr.

Wesley’s Gift for Organization

Secrets of the Wesley organization.

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Finding the Forgotten

How Methodism uplifted the downtrodden.

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The Holy Club

Wesley and his Oxford friends formed a club to further their faith objectives.

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Wesley’s Sermon Reprints: The Almost Christian

Some who think they are Christians may not be. Acts 26:28

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John Wesley and the 18th Century World: Timeline

One hundred years of turmoil, change, and innovation that laid a foundation for our own day.

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Wesley’s Sermon Reprints: The Use of Money

A sermon on Luke 16:9.

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John Wesley and Women

Wesley and the opposite sex.

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Enthusiasm

To his contemporaries, enthusiasm was a dread disease. Wesley spelled out the right and wrong sorts.

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Wesley to Wilberforce

John Wesley's last letter from his deathbed.

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John Wesley: From the Journal

In the previous edition of Christian History we printed excerpts from John Wesley’s Journal describing key moments in his spiritual growth and discovery. A large reader response to this particular article prompts us to include here further comments from the Journal wherein Wesley summarizes his early spiritual journey, concluding with his conversion.

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Fruits of Breaking Wesley’s Code

Wesley kept personal diaries written in a secret code.

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A Whimsical Epitaph

Taken from “Tales of a Wesleyana Collector” by Frederick F. Maser

Frederick F. Maser

A Joyful Sound

For good reason Charles Wesley was known as the “Poet of the Evangelical Revival.”

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John Wesley: Recommended Resources

Learn more about the Wesleys and the Methodist movement.

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