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The Life of the Rev. John W. de la Flechere
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The Life of the Rev. John W. de la Flechere


Carlton & Phillips 1854

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A biography of John Fletcher, reflecting on his life and work. Included are interviews with John Wesley, Fletcher's wife Mary Bosanquet, and more. Joseph Benson explores Fletcher's personal letters, his conversion to Christianity, his work as a dedicated minister, the process that led him to write on controversial subjects, and why, even when they disagreed with his theology, people were inspired by and drawn to him. An inspirational work on an inspirational man.

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Key Features

  • Presents a biography on the life and work of John Fletcher
  • Includes a detailed table of contents
  • Presents a valuable resource for pastors, students, and scholars

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About Joseph Benson

Joseph Benson (1749–1821) was an English Methodist minister and theologian, and an early leader in the Methodist movement. He was appointed classical master at Kingswood School in Bristol in 1766 and head of Trevecca College. He converted to Methodism sometime after being denied ordination in the Church of England. In later life Benson became editor of the Methodist Magazine and president of the Methodist conference.

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