William Burt Pope Collection (5 vols.)
T. Woolmer, Wesleyan Conference Office 1875–1885
This nineteenth-century English Methodist thinker’s work provides extensive insight into the Wesleyan Methodist Church, and his Compendium of Christian Theology has been heralded as the most influential Methodist systematic theology of its time. Now, with this new collection, this great theologian’s sermons and writings are at your fingertips.
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- Pope’s Arminian catechism
- A historical, dogmatic, and spiritual approach to the person of Christ
- A series of sermons and lectures delivered by Pope
- A Higher Catechism of Theology by William Burt Pope
- The Person of Christ: Dogmatic, Scriptural, Historical by William Burt Pope
- The Inward Witness and Other Discourses by William Burt Pope
- The Prayers of St. Paul: Being an Analysis and Exposition of the Devotional Portion of the Apostle’s Writings by William Burt Pope
- Memoir of the Late James Heald by William Burt Pope
- Title: William Burt Pope Collection
- Volumes: 5
- Pages: 1,394
About William Burt Pope
William Burt Pope (1822–1903) was a nineteenth-century Methodist theologian and scholar. He studied theology at Richmond College before becoming a Methodist minister in 1841. In 1867, he was appointed professor of systematic theology at Didsbury College in Manchester, where he lectured and wrote prolifically. In 1877, he became president of the British Wesleyan Conference. His Compendium of Christian Theology is the most influential Methodist systematic theology of its time.