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by Samuel J. Rogal

Author: Samuel J. Rogal
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (June 1, 2003)
Pages: 604 pages
Category: Reference
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This three-volume reference work contains specific details from John Wesley's correspondence, diaries, journals and prose works compiled into a calendar . It identifies 1825 locales in the British Isles, Georgia, Holland and Germany.

This three-volume reference work contains specific details from John Wesley's correspondence, diaries, journals and prose works compiled into a calendar which covers the period from 3 November, 1721 to 2 March, 1791.

A Daily Calendar of John Wesley's Evangelical Travels in Georgia, the . Samuel J. Hunnicutt has written: 'Twenty years of hunting and fishing in the Great Smoky Mountains. subject(s): Fishing, Hunting.

A Daily Calendar of John Wesley's Evangelical Travels in Georgia, the British Isles, Holland, and Germany'. Once in royal David's city' - subject(s): Protestant churches, History and criticism, Church music, English Hymns, Musical settings. The educational and evangelical missions of Mary Emilie Holmes (1850-1906)' - subject(s): Biography, Mary Holmes College, Educators, Women evangelists, Women college teachers, History.

99. KIM, Jin Doo: 'Sanctification in John Calvin and John Wesley: a comparative study', University of Bristol P.

ROGAL, Samuel . A daily calendar of John Wesley's evangelical travels in Georgia, the British Isles, Holland and Germany, Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 2003, 3 vo. 99. 100. KURSCHNER, Mathias . 'Wegbereiter der Pfingstbewegung? John Wesleys Begegnung mit charismatischen Phiinomenen: eine historische Untersuchung', Jahrbuch for Evangelikale Theologie, Vol. 14, 2000, pp. 135-56.

Jakten på svenskheten A Daily Calendar of John Wesleys Evangelical . Fated: Bitten book 5 (Bitten Series) .

30 Wesley, John, The Appeals to Men of Reason and Religion and Certain Related Open Letters, e. ‘Origins of the Evangelical Revival’, in Essays in Modern English Church History in Memory of Norman Sykes, ed.

30 Wesley, John, The Appeals to Men of Reason and Religion and Certain Related Open Letters, ed. Cragg, Gerald . The Works of John Wesley, Vol. 11 (Oxford, 1975). The series continues. 31 Ward, W. Religion and Society in England, 1790–1850 (London, 1972); Wigger, John . Taking Heaven by Storm: Methodism and the Rise of Popular Christianity in America (New York, 1998); Hempton, David, Methodism: Empire of the Spirit (New Haven, CT, 2005).

History of a Six Weeks' Tour through a part of France, Switzerland, Germany, and Holland; with Letters Descriptive of a Sail Round the Lake of Geneva and of the Glaciers of Chamouni is a travel narrative by the English Romantic authors Mary Shel.

History of a Six Weeks' Tour through a part of France, Switzerland, Germany, and Holland; with Letters Descriptive of a Sail Round the Lake of Geneva and of the Glaciers of Chamouni is a travel narrative by the English Romantic authors Mary Shelley and Percy Bysshe Shelley. Published in 1817, it describes two trips taken by Mary, Percy, and Mary's stepsister, Claire Clairmont: one across Europe in 1814, and one to Lake Geneva in 1816.

The conclusions of population genetics regarding the British Isles in turn draw upon and contribute to the larger field of understanding the history of humanity in the British Isles generally, complementing work in linguistics, archeology, history and genealogy

The conclusions of population genetics regarding the British Isles in turn draw upon and contribute to the larger field of understanding the history of humanity in the British Isles generally, complementing work in linguistics, archeology, history and genealogy.

John Wesley (; 28 June [evangelical movement known as Methodism A key step in the development of Wesley's ministry was, like Whitefield, to travel and discipleship and religious instruction.

John Wesley (; 28 June. Educated at Moravian Christians. On 24 May 1738 he experienced what has come to be called his evangelical conversion, when he felt his "heart strangely warmed". A key step in the development of Wesley's ministry was, like Whitefield, to travel and discipleship and religious instruction. Most importantly, he appointed itinerant, unordained evangelists to travel and preach as he did and to care for these groups of people.

Spanning some fifty-five years, John Wesley recorded his daily experiences in studying, teaching, preaching, and traveling throughout England and then America in the eighteenth century

Spanning some fifty-five years, John Wesley recorded his daily experiences in studying, teaching, preaching, and traveling throughout England and then America in the eighteenth century. These selections present an engrossing portrait of Wesley during the course of his travels and evangelistic activities, illuminating the preacher's views and opinions on a host of contemporary matters

In 52 years, John Wesley, father of the Methodist church, traveled 225,000 miles and preached over 45,000 sermons. Of interest to scholars of Wesleyan Methodism and of 18th-century English and American history, this work compiles dates and locations of sermons during Wesley's travels. Rogal was formerly the chair of the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts at Illinois Valley Community College. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)