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  1. John Wesley was not a systematic theologian, though Methodist ministerial students and trainee local preachers do study his sermons for his theology.
  2. John Wesley is a well respected theologian and the founder of the Methodist Church.
  3. John Wesley is the founder of Methodism.
  4. John Wesley was assured of both justification and sanctification because he had experienced them in his own life.
  5. John Wesley is a church that is blessed with music and dance, which leads the congregation to praise God in both traditional hymns, and contemporary gospel.

John Wesley

  1. Ordained deacon in 1725 and admitted to the priesthood of the Church of England in 1728, John Wesley acted for a time as curate to his father.
  2. John Wesley came under the influence of the Moravians and Dutch theologian Jacobus Arminius, while Whitefield adopted Calvinistic views.
  3. John Wesley English evangelical preacher and founder of Methodism.
  4. John Wesley learned moralistic Arminianism from his parents as part of the family doctrine.
  5. John Wesley has historically been the most influential advocate for the teachings of Arminian soteriology.

Wesleys

  1. But from what we have seen within the context of Anglican theology, John Wesley is a classic Anglican divine (theologian).
  2. On one side, the form of religious enthusiasm preached by John Wesley (1703---1791) was directed explicitly against the rationalism of deistic thought.
  3. This quiz is based on information in John Wesley: Holiness of Heart and Life copyright © 1996 Charles Yrigoyen, Jr.
  4. I want all the world to come to what I do not know." - Quoted in Stephen Tomkins, John Wesley, A Biography [Oxford: Lion Publishing, 2003], p.
  5. In 1729 John Wesley was made Fellow of Lincoln College, and he immediately started to live his life at Oxford according to a strict rule.

George Whitefield

  1. Kingswood was closely associated with the 18th-century Methodist leaders George Whitefield and John Wesley.
  2. His preaching had an impact as great as that of George Whitefield and John Wesley within Britain, Scotland and Ireland.
  3. George Whitefield (1714-1770) - Reformed evangelical friend of John Wesley, despite their widely divergent opinions about Calvinism.

Methodist

  1. John Wesley, the celebrated preacher and founder of the Methodist Church, was a life-long opponent of slavery.
  2. John Wesley baptized two Black Methodists into the “Societies.” Their names are unknown.
  3. October 27, 1771: Francis Asbury, sent from England by John Wesley to oversee America's 600 (or so) Methodists, lands in Philadelphia.
  4. In addition to the United Methodist Church, there are over 40 other denominations that descend from John Wesley's Methodist movement.
  5. Hywll Harris was the Methodist evangelist of Wales before John Wesley was truly born again.

Church

  1. Jacob Arminius himself and some of his later followers, such as John Wesley, also affirmed total depravity.
  2. John Wesley abridged for the American Methodists the Thirty-Nine Articles of Anglicanism, removing the Calvinistic parts among others.
  3. John Wesley has historically been the most influential advocate for the teachings of Arminian soteriology.
  4. During John Wesley's two-year stay in the colony he was deeply influenced by Moravian missionaries; upon his return to England he made many Moravian friends.
  5. The Church of the Nazarene is a Protestant denomination within the broad traditional teachings of John Wesley.

Charles Wesley

  1. He was a part of the 'Holy Club' at Oxford University with the brothers, John Wesley and Charles Wesley.
  2. Boehler, Peter: (1712-1775) a Moravian pastor and friend of John Wesley; instrumental in Charles Wesley's conversion and later of John's conversion.
  3. John Wesley (1703-1791) - evangelical revival preacher during America's first Great Awakening, and brother of hymn writer Charles Wesley.
  4. Wesleyanism, manifest today in Methodist and Holiness churches, is named for its founders, John Wesley and, his brother, Charles Wesley.
  5. He was a part of the 'Holy Club' at Oxford University with the brothers, John Wesley and Charles Wesley.

Methodist Movement

  1. In addition to the United Methodist Church, there are over 40 other denominations that descend from John Wesley's Methodist movement.
  2. The Methodist movement traces its origin to the evangelistic teaching of John Wesley.
  3. John Wesley, English theologian and evangelist, was a founder of Methodism.
  4. The first of his seven trips to America was made in 1738, when he spent a short time in Georgia in the mission post vacated by John Wesley.
  5. The beginning of the revival John Wesley's house on City Road, London.

Christian

  1. This teaching has its roots in John Wesley ---s doctrine of Christian perfection.
  2. While praising John Wesley as a gentleman, scholar, and historian, Allen questioned his Christian faith in The Spirit of Liberty.

Wesleyan

  1. Wesleyanism or Wesleyan Theology is the system of Christian theology of Methodism taught by John Wesley.
  2. The century after John Wesley's death saw branches split off from his original Methodism subsequently known as "Wesleyan".

Work

  1. In 1784 John Wesley named Asbury and Thomas Coke as co-superintendents of the work in America.
  2. In 1771 John Wesley, himself, printed his collected Works and actually included nine more sermons than the four volumes previously printed.

Conference

  1. Twenty-four of these articles were prepared by John Wesley for the Church in America and adopted at the Conference of Baltimore in 1784.
  2. In 1763 something called the "Model Deed" was written and approved at conference, which set John Wesley up as having power to dismiss and appoint preachers.

Whitefield

  1. John Wesley came under the influence of the Moravians and Dutch theologian Jacobus Arminius, while Whitefield adopted Calvinistic views.
  2. John Wesley later joined this group, as did George Whitefield.
  3. On John Wesley's return to England in 1737 he publicly criticised Whitefield for his evangelical preaching.
  4. It has been said with some truth that if George Whitefield was Methodism's orator, and John Wesley its organiser, then Charles Wesley was its poet.
  5. Part 1 examines the evangelistic practices of John Wesley, George Whitefield, and Jonathan Edwards and concludes that they did not use the altar call.

Sermons

  1. John Wesley's sermons : an anthology.
  2. During his lifetime John Wesley gave more than 40,000 sermons by traveling more than 250,000 miles on horseback.
  3. This book is a modern paraphrase of ten of John Wesley's "Standard Sermons" concerning the Holy Spirit and his work.

Methodism

  1. That was what John Wesley said Methodism was raised up, by God, to proclaim.
  2. John Wesley's Methodism certainly did not have an emphasis on "piety and morality" as a Roman Catholic would see it.
  3. Methodism followed from the work of John Wesley, who was an Anglican clergyman.
  4. John Wesley later adopted Arminianism and it has become the theological position of Methodism and the Wesleyan tradition.
  5. Wesleyanism or Wesleyan Theology is the system of Christian theology of Methodism taught by John Wesley.

Worship

  1. In 1739 John Wesley purchased an abandoned cannon factory in London that he renovated for worship and called the Foundery.
  2. John Wesley, a skillful organizer, arranged the Methodist people into societies that met regularly for worship and Christian fellowship.

Francis Asbury

  1. Asbury College was founded in 1890 by John Wesley Hughes and is named after Francis Asbury, an early Methodist bishop.
  2. One methodist A compilation of articles in the form of monthly newslettersin the spirit of John Wesley, Francis Asbury and early Methodism.

Hymns

  1. I. Pelajarilah lagu-lagu ini (dari John Wesley's Select Hymns, 1761) sebelum lagu yang lain-lain; sesudah itu silahkan belajar yang lain lagi.
  2. John Wesley's Collection of Hymns for the People called Methodists, from the text of the final hymnbook of that name published in 1876.

Wesley Had

  1. This fit well with the Methodist church's philosophy since its founder John Wesley had once called the slave-trade "that execrable sum of all villanies".
  2. John Wesley had held what became an annual conference of Methodist preachers.
  3. On May 24, 1738, John Wesley had his "heart strangely warmed".

Clergyman

  1. Methodism followed from the work of John Wesley, who was an Anglican clergyman.
  2. And John Wesley remained an ordained Anglican clergyman all his life.
  3. John Wesley founded the very first Methodist Chapel, called the New Room, in Bristol in 1739.

Younger Brother

  1. It began with a group of men, including John Wesley and his younger brother Charles, as a movement within the Church of England in the 18th century.
  2. As the younger brother of John Wesley, Charles was a vital partner in the Methodist revival.
  3. The beginning of the revival John Wesley's house on City Road, London.
  4. Methodism originated in England in the eighteenth century, among a group of men including John Wesley and his younger brother Charles.

Methodist Societies

  1. Prior to the revolution American Methodism consisted of itinerant preachers commissioned by John Wesley the founder of the Methodist societies in England.
  2. For many years a converted foundry where royal cannon had been made was headquarters and home for John Wesley, the Methodist Societies and their activities.

Founder

  1. John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement, embraced Arminian theology and became its most prominent champion.
  2. They are also one of the few Methodist groups to retain the class meeting structure devised by John Wesley, the founder of Methodism.
  3. Wesleys Chapel was opened in 1778 by the founder of Methodism, John Wesley to replace his earlier London chapel, The Foundery.
  4. Methodism has often been low church in liturgy, even though its founder John Wesley was high church.

Experience

  1. During his early years John Wesley had enjoyed a deep religious experience.
  2. The Methodist movement was historically grounded in the mystical experience of John Wesley at a prayer meeting on Aldersgate Street, London.
  3. Francis J. McConnell, John Wesley (1939), is a full reinterpretation and reevaluation of Wesley in the light of modern experience and research.

Religious Movement

  1. A religious movement which was originated in 1739 by John Wesley in the Anglican Church, and subsequently gave rise to numerous separate denominations.
  2. Protestant religious movement originated by John Wesley in 18th-century England.
  3. The spiritual vision of early Nazarenes was derived from the doctrinal core of John Wesley's preaching and the holiness movement.
  4. During John Wesley's lifetime the annual conference advised him but did not override his authority in governing the movement.

Spiritual

  1. The May date actually commemorates the spiritual awakening of first Charles and then John Wesley in 1738.
  2. The first collection of hymns issued by John Wesley (1737) contains nothing by Charles.
  3. More has been written about John Wesley than Charles, but Charles is better known and more popularly remembered around the world today.

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