John Wesley in America: Restoring Primitive Christianity

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This is the first book length study of John Wesley's period as a missionary in colonial Georgia. The mission was a laboratory for implementing his views of primitive Christianity. The ideal of restoring the doctrine, discipline, and practice of the early church in the Georgia wilderness was a prime motivation for Wesley's missionary activity.
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ISBN-13: 9780198757306
ISBN-10: 0198757301
Pagini: 256
Ilustrații: Frontispiece
Dimensiuni: 157 x 234 x 14 mm
Greutate: 0.57 kg
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom


This is a welcome and refreshed account of Wesley in America, and I am sure it will be widely read.
Geordan Hammond's valuable and deeply researched study of the Georgia mission of 1735-7 offers a fresh assessment of John Wesley's effort at 'saving [his] own soul' by planting primitive Christianity anew in virgin territory ... this is a welcome and refreshed account of 'Wesley in America', and I am sure it will be widely read.

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Geordan Hammond is Director of the Manchester Wesley Research Centre and Senior Lecturer in Church History and Wesley Studies at Nazarene Theological College (Manchester, UK). He is co-editor of Wesley and Methodist Studies, is a Fellow of The University of Manchester and Australasian Centre for Wesleyan Research, and is a Member of the Royal Historical Society. Currently he serves on the committees of the Charles Wesley Society and Ecclesiastical HistorySociety. His teaching and research is in church history and historical theology with a particular focus on Methodism and the Church of England in the eighteenth century.