3 edition of John Wesley in Ireland, 1747-1789 found in the catalog.
John Wesley in Ireland, 1747-1789
Samuel J. Rogal
|Statement||Samuel J. Rogal. Part 1.|
|Series||Studies in the history of missions -- vol.9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||477|
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This study examines John Wesley's year mission to Ireland and the significant effect it had on the history of religion among the Irish. He converted some 14, Irish to Methodism. John Wesley's forty-three-year mission to Ireland has been inscribed, permanently and significantly, into the history of religion among the Irish, both in Ireland and North America.
He converted some 14, Irish to Methodism. Many of those immigrated to North America between andextending Wesley's influence throughout colonial sunshinesteaming.com: John Wesley in Ireland, Part 2 (Studies in the History of Missions) by Samuel J.
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Sep 01, · Author of A Biographical Dictionary of 18th Century Methodism, A Guide to the Characters in the Novels, Short Stories, and Plays of Sinclair Lewis, Methodism Through Victorian Eyes, John Wesley in Ireland,Agriculture in Britain and America,Calendar of Literary Facts, The music and poetry of Rock of ages, cleft for me () and Augustus Montague Written works: John Wesley in Ireland,A Biographical Dictionary of 18th Century Methodism: W.
Book Reviews 71 Samuel J. Rogal, John Wesley in Ireland, Studies in the History of Missions, Volume 9. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, Two volumes, pp.
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John Wesley, - English theologian John Wesley was born the 15th child, in the rectory at Epworth, Lincolnshire. Albert C. Outler was, at the time of his death, Professor of Theology, Emeritus, at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF METHODIST HISTORICAL LITERATURE, BIBLIOGRAPHY AND HISTORIOGRAPHY 1.
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First Fruits Press The Academic Open Press of Asbury Theological Seminary ir t. r it a r e inar.e ttp://place.a r e inar.e / ir t r it. SOURCE 4: - Journals kept by the Rev. John Wesley on his visits to Ireland (using 5th edition) John Wesley, the Methodist preacher, lived from to He visited Ireland 21 times between andriding all through the country on horseback (until in his 70s he grew too frail and had to resort to a chaise).
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