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The Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley, vol. 2
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The Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley, vol. 2

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John Mason 1841

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Overview

Thomas Jackson’s The Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley is a comprehensive and faithful record of the life of remarkable preacher and poet Charles Wesley. Jackson intertwines the rise and progress of Methodism while providing a complete account of Charles’ life and writings.

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Key Features

  • Includes an informative outline of the chapters at the beginning of the volume that doubles as a timeline
  • Examines the life of Charles Wesley while simultaneously illustrating the rise of Methodism
  • Includes personal letters, poems, hymns, historical documents, sermons, essays, and more

Praise for the Print Edition

Mr. Jackson may be called, in an especial manner, the historian of Methodism, and is probably one of the best-read and most useful men in the connexion.

The Church of England Quarterly Review

Product Details

  • Title: The Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley, vol. 2
  • Author: Thomas Jackson
  • Publisher: John Mason
  • Publication Date: 1841
  • Pages: 578

About Thomas Jackson

Thomas Jackson (1783–1873) joined the Methodist society in 1801 and from 1804–1824 he was an itinerant in the Wesleyan connection, occupying important circuits. He was professor of divinity in the Theological College at Richmond from 1842–1861. Jackson was the author and editor of numerous works, including The Life of John Goodwin, Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Richard Watson, A Library of Christian Biography, and The Institutions of Christianity.

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