Wesley and the People Called Methodists: Second Edition
Abingdon Press, 2013. aug. 20. - 352 oldal
This second edition of Richard P. Heitzenrater's groundbreaking survey of the Wesleyan movement is the story of the many people who contributed to the theology, organization, and mission of Methodism. This updated version addresses recent research from the past twenty years; includes an extensive bibliography; and fleshes out such topics as the means of grace; Conference: "Large" Minutes: Charles Wesley: Wesley and America; ordination; prison ministry; apostolic church; music; children; Susanna and Samuel Wesley; the Christian library; itinerancy; connectionalism; doctrinal standards; and John Wesley as historian, Oxford don, and preacher.
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Wesley and the People Called Methodists: 2nd Edition
Richard P. Heitzenrater
Korlátozott előnézet - 2012
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