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T&T Clark Companion to Methodism
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T&T Clark Companion to Methodism

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Bloomsbury 2014

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Overview

Scholarship on the history and development of Methodism has flourished as scholars and general readers have become aware of its importance as a world church—with approximately 40 million members in 300 Methodist denominations in 140 nations. Celebrations marking the 300th anniversary of the births of its founders, John and Charles Wesley, provided an additional focus on the evolution of the movement which became a church.

This invaluable handbook introduces the history, theology, and practice of Methodism. Essays from a variety of experts concentrate on key themes, methodology, and research problems for those interested in studying the origins and development of Methodism around the world.

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Key Features

  • Gathers essays by prominent Methodist scholars on the history and development of their tradition
  • Studies the theological, spiritual, historical, liturgical, and cultural elements of Methodism worldwide
  • Includes a dictionary of key Methodist terms

Contents and Contributors

  • “John and Charles Wesley: Life, Ministry, and Legacy” Richard P. Heitzenrater
  • “Theology of the Wesleys” Randy L. Maddox
  • “Hymnody of Charles Wesley” S. T. Kimbrough, Jr
  • “Authority and the ‘Wesleyan Quadrilateral’” Ted A. Campbell
  • “Methodism in the UK and Ireland” Martin Wellings
  • “Methodism in North America” Russell E. Richey
  • “Methodist Mission/Missiology” Norman E. Thomas
  • “Methodism in Africa” John Wesley Z. Kurewa
  • “Methodism in Asia and the Pacific” Luther J. Oconer
  • “Methodism in Northern and Continental Europe” Ulrike Schuler
  • “Methodism in Russia and the Baltics: Old and New Beginnings” Rüdiger R. Minor
  • “Methodism in Latin America and the Carribean” Paulo Ayres Mattos
  • “Evangelism in the Methodist Tradition” Paul Wesley Chilcote
  • “Methodist Worship” Karen B. Westerfield Tucker
  • “Methodism and the Sacraments” Laurence Hull Stookey
  • “Spirituality in the Methodist Tradition” Thomas R. Albin
  • “Social Ethics in the Methodist Tradition” Manfred Marquardt
  • “Methodism's Polity: History and Contemporary Questions” Thomas Edward Frank
  • “Methodism and the Ecumenical Movement” Geoffrey Wainwright
  • “Methodism and Its Images” Peter Forsaith
  • “Methodist Printed and Archival Research Collections: A Survey of Materials in UK/USA Repositories” Gareth Lloyd
  • Methodism A to Z

Praise for the Print Edition

The Methodist Companion is a veritable cornucopia, overflowing with the ripe fruits of recent scholarship. Beginning with the contributions of two leading authorities on the Wesleys, the editor has persuaded acknowledged experts to review a wide range of related topics.

—John A. Vickers, former head of religious and social studies, West Sussex Institute of Higher Education

This important volume needs to be on the bookshelves, and frequently in the hands, of all students of the worldwide family of Methodist and Wesleyan traditions.

—Rex D. Matthews, associate professor in the practice of historical theology, Candler School of Theology, Emory University.

This is a significant and indispensable resource on Methodism as one of the branches in the global ecumenical tree of churches. The up-to-date treatment of essential Methodist issues from theological, spiritual, historical, liturgical, geographical, and cultural perspectives is highly recommendable.

—Michael Nausner, professor of systematic theology at Reutlingen School of Theology, Germany

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About Charles Yrigoyen Jr.

Charles Yrigoyen Jr. is general secretary emeritus of the General Commission on Archives and History for the United Methodist Church. He is director of United Methodist studies at Evangelical Theological Seminary and Lancaster Theological Seminary. He has been editor of Methodist History and Historical Dictionary of Methodism, and is author of books on John Wesley and Charles Wesley and Methodist theology.

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