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The meaning of Pentecost in early Methodism : rediscovering John Fletcher as John Wesley's vindicator and designated successor

Author: Laurence W Wood
Publisher: Lanham, Md. [u.a.] : Scarecrow Press, 2002.
Series: Pietist and Wesleyan studies, 15.
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Wood recounts the decisive influence Fletcher had on early Methodism, and shows that his writings were able to 'control the opinions of the largest and most effective body of evangelical clergymen of  Read more...

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Named Person: John Fletcher
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence W Wood
ISBN: 0810845253 9780810845251
OCLC Number: 314113824
Awards: Winner of Timothy L. Smith and Mildred Bangs Wynkoop Award 2003.
Description: XXI, 401 S.
Contents: Chapter 1 ABBREVIATIONS Chapter 2 FOREWORD Chapter 3 PREFACE Chapter 4 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Chapter 5 CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCING JOHN FLETCHER AND THE FORGOTTEN, LATER WESLEY Chapter 6 CHAPTER 2: REDISCOVERING PENTECOST IN EARLY METHODISM Chapter 7 CHAPTER 3: MISUNDERSTANDING AND RECONCILIATION OVER THE MEANING OF PENTECOST Chapter 8 CHAPTER 4: TENSIONS OVER FLETCHER'S INTERPRETATION OF WESLEY Chapter 9 CHAPTER 5: WESLEY'S AUTHORIZED INTERPRETER AND DESIGNATED SUCCESSOR Chapter 10 CHAPTER 6: THE THEOLOGIAN OF METHODISM Chapter 11 CHAPTER 7: THE DOCTRINE OF DISPENSATIONS Chapter 12 CHAPTER 8: AN ECCLESIASTICAL DILEMMA AND PENTECOSTAL SOLUTION Chapter 13 CHAPTER 9: THE PENTECOSTAL WESLEY AND HIS LATER SERMONS Chapter 14 CHAPTER 10: THE ARMINIAN MAGAZINE AND PENTECOSTAL PERFECTION Chapter 15 CHAPTER 11: THE PENTECOSTALISM OF MARY (BOSANQUET) FLETCHER Chapter 16 CHAPTER 12: SOME EARLY METHODIST PREACHERS AND THE MOTIF OF PENTECOST Chapter 17 CHAPTER 13: FLETCHER'S LEGACY IN AMERICAN METHODISM Chapter 18 CHAPTER 14: FLETCHER'S LEGACY DISPUTED AS THE MEANING OF PENTECOST WAS DEBATED IN LATE NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICAN METHODISM Chapter 19 CHAPTER 15: WESLEY AND FLETCHER ON THE ANGLICAN RITE OF CONFIRMATION Chapter 20 CHAPTER 16: THE ECUMENICAL RELEVANCE OF FLETCHER'S PNEUMATOLOGY FOR THE LITURGICAL RENEWAL MOVEMENT Chapter 21 A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Chapter 22 INDEX Chapter 23 ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Series Title: Pietist and Wesleyan studies, 15.
Responsibility: Laurence W. Wood.

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This book is a bombshell...a refreshing piece of work written with verve and restrained passion. It highlights fundamental issues that can no longer be set aside or ignored. -- Dr. William J. Read more...

 
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