Studies on the Life and Influence of John Wesley (16 vols.)•
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John Wesley is one of the most influential Christian leaders in history. The Studies on the Life and Influence of John Wesley collection features a variety of perspectives on Wesley’s life that demonstrate the nature and degree of his impact on the church and modern society. These classic texts explore Wesley through interpretive biographies, critical studies, primary documents, and topical vignettes.
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- Features several comprehensive biographies on John Wesley
- Identifies and answers specific historical questions regarding Wesley and his ministry
- Examines Wesley’s relationship to Methodism and other movements
- Provides selections from Wesley’s diary and letters
- The Life of John Wesley; and Rise and Progress of Methodism, vol. 1 by Robert Southey
- The Life of John Wesley; and Rise and Progress of Methodism, vol. 2 by Robert Southey
- Wesley, and Methodism by Isaac Taylor
- John Wesley: His Life and His Work by Matthew Lelievre
- John Wesley by James J. Ellis
- The Heart of John Wesley’s Journal by John Wesley
- Original Letters by the Rev. John Wesley, and His Friends by John Wesley
- The Life of the Rev. John Wesley, A. M. with Memoirs of the Wesley Family. To Which are Subjoined, Dr. Whitehead’s Funeral Sermon, and a Comprehensive History of American Methodism by George Bourne
- Letters of John Wesley: A Selection of Important and New Letters with Introductions and Biographical Notes by John Wesley and George Eayrs
- John Wesley and the Evangelical Reaction of the Eighteenth Century by Julia Wedgwood
- John Wesley and Modern Religion by Umphrey Lee
- John Wesley as a Social Reformer by D. D. Thompson
- Studies in the Life of John Wesley by E. B. Chappell
- Wesley the Worthy, and Wesley the Catholic by O. T. Dobbin
- Wesley and Methodism by F. J. Snell
- The Real John Wesley by William Henry Meredith
The Life of the Rev. John Wesley, A. M. with Memoirs of the Wesley Family. To Which are Subjoined, Dr. Whitehead’s Funeral Sermon, and a Comprehensive History of American Methodism
- Author: George Bourne
- Publisher: George Dobbin and Murphy
- Publication Date: 1807
- Pages: 352
- Title: Studies on the Life and Influence of John Wesley
- Volumes: 16
- Pages: 5,249
About John Wesley
John Wesley (1703–1791) is recognized as the founder of Methodism. An acclaimed preacher, Wesley traveled extensively on horseback and drew large crowds for his outdoor sermons. A contemporary of William Wilberforce, Wesley strongly opposed slavery in England and the United States. His influence upon modern Christianity is demonstrated by the persistence of Methodists all over the world. He wrote many books and sermons, including his famous Explanatory Notes upon the Old and New Testaments.