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Richard Watson is considered to be one of nineteenth-century Methodism’s most influential theologians. A prolific writer, preacher, and theologian, Watson had a profound impact on Methodism in both America and Britain. After converting from Calvinism, Watson set out to write what would become the standard Methodist theological textbook for the next 50 years. His Theological Institutes, the first attempt to systematize John Wesley’s and Methodist doctrine, has become a cornerstone reference for Methodist and Wesleyan studies, influencing Thomas Ralston, Samuel Wakefield, and countless contemporary theologians. No theological study of Methodism or Wesleyanism can be conducted without running across the work of Richard Watson.
Mr. Watson’s works have contributed largely to raise the tone of Methodist literature to a much higher standard than it had ever reached before.
—George John Stevenson (1818–1888), Methodist historiographer
With the Logos Bible Software edition of The Works of Richard Watson, you have access to Watson’s insight and wisdom at your fingertips. Scripture passages appear on mouse-over, and all cross-references link to the other resources in your digital library, making this collection powerful and easy to access—a rich supplement to any study on Methodism or Richard Watson. Perform comprehensive searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for instance, every mention of “morality” or “redemption.”
Richard Watson (1781–1833) was a British Methodist theologian and missionary advocate. Considered one of nineteenth-century Methodism’s most important figures, Watson was a prolific writer and preacher. He served as the secretary to the Wesleyan Missionary Society from 1821 to 1825. His Theological Institutes were considered institutional standards for years, and was the first attempt to systematize John Wesley’s theology and Methodist doctrine.