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  • Monroe18361920Editor of the Christian Advocate, New York. Author of History of Methodism in the United States; &c This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 10 Methodism by Nicholas Aloysius Weber 104008Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 10 MethodismNicholas Aloysius Weber
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  • 414 IV. The Dilemma. Part XVIII., Blackwood's Magazine, 422 V. Wesleyan Methodism, in Wesley's Lifetime and after. By J. Llewelyn Davies Contemporary Review
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  • disciplinarian, and with some justice has been called the second founder of methodism. In ecclesiastical polity he regarded himself as giving effect to the
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  • president of the conference, and on that occasion he preached a sermon on ‘Methodism in its Origin, Economy, and Present Position,’ which was printed as a
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  • CONTENTS. I. Wesleyan Methodism, in Wesley's Lifetime and after. By J. Llewelyn Davies. Part II., Contemporary Review, 451 II. Her Dearest Foe. By the
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  • 414 IV. The Dilemma. Part XVIII., Blackwood's Magazine, 422 V. Wesleyan Methodism, in Wesley's Lifetime and after. By J. Llewelyn Davies Contemporary Review
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  • the legal conference. In the discussions on the polity and position of Methodism which took place immediately after Wesley's death, Atmore bore a leading
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  • thorough mastery of the principles of Wesleyan methodism in his 'Essay on the Constitution of Wesleyan Methodism,' and in his writings and speeches on the
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  • 'Inspector of Methodism inspected, and the Christian Observer observed' (1803), a reply to Dr. Hales of Ireland, remain masterly vindications of methodism. Earlier
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  • Lupus Louis Maimbourg Joannes Maxentius Mennonites Men of Understanding Methodism Michelians Stefano Antonio Morcelli Pope Nicholas II Pope Nicholas III
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  • chapel of the New World and he has been called “the founder of American Methodism.” It was, however, at Camden, Washington County, N. Y., that he did his
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  • Metastasio Edward Metcalfe Metellopolis Metempsychosis Sir Thomas Metham Methodism St. Methodius of Olympus Methymna Metrophanes of Smyrna Metropolis Metropolitan
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  • against atheism, popery, Socinianism, and unitarianism, and in defence of methodism. His best works are, ‘A Dictionary of the Gospels, with maps, tables,
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  • Chapters Recovered from the Early History of American Methodism” (New York, 1858), and John Atkinson's “Centennial History of American Methodism” (1884).
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  • God, Ephesians VI" in 1747 and was used to defend against criticism of Methodism in the United Kingdom. During their evangelical careers, both Charles
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  • liberalism, and the welfare of modern methodism. He was an active promoter of the forward movement in methodism, and he aimed at the organisation of nonconformity
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  • ‘History of Wesleyan Methodism:’ vol. i. ‘Wesley and his Times,’ 1857; vol. ii. ‘The Middle Age,’ 1858; vol. iii. ‘Modern Methodism,’ 1861, a work of permanent
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  • the early converts of Wesley; at any rate, Francis became converted to Methodism in his thirteenth year, and at sixteen became a local preacher. He was
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  • Wesley, A.M., with a Review of his Life and Writings, and a History of Methodism from its Commencement in 1729 to the Present Time,' 3 vols., Sunderland
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