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  • Author:
    Elisabeth Jay,John Wesley
  • ISBN:
    0192818597
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    978-0192818591
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    Oxford University Press (November 5, 1987)
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    320 pages
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Start by marking The Journal of John Wesley: A Selection as Want to Read . Spanning some fifty-five years, John Wesley's voluminous Journal records the daily tribulations experienced in traveling the length and breadth of the British Isles in the 18th century.

Start by marking The Journal of John Wesley: A Selection as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. These selections present an engrossing portrait of Wesley during the course of his travels and evangelical activities, illuminating the preacher's views and opinions on a host of contempora Spanning some fifty-five years, John Wesley's voluminous Journal records the daily tribulations experienced in traveling the length and breadth of the British Isles in the 18th century.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. has been added to your Cart. John Wesley is one of the most important figures of Protestantism due to his being a central figure in founding the Methodist Church. This is the story of his life.

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Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. His observastions and opinions on many contemporary matters are a valuable reflection of eighteenth-century society, and from its pages, he emerges almost as the hero of an epic.

John Wesley (/ˈwɛsli/; 28 June 1703 – 2 March 1791) was an English cleric, theologian and evangelist who was a leader of a revival movement within the Church of England known as Methodism

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1. Wesley as a missionary to Georgia - 2. Troubles in Georgia; return to England; Peter Böhler; "I felt my heart strangely warmed" - 3. Field-preaching; "all the world my parish"; Whitefield; Wales; Experience with demons - 4. Preaching incidents; Wesley's labor colony; dispute with Whitefield; curious interpretations; the mother of the Wesleys - 5. Wesley refused

Spanning some fifty-five years, John Wesley's voluminous Journal records the daily tribulations experienced in traveling the length and breadth of the British Isles in the 18th century. These selections present an engrossing portrait of Wesley during the course of his travels and evangelical activities, illuminating the preacher's views and opinions on a host of contemporary matters. Begun as a public vindication of his early spiritual and pastoral work in Oxford and America, Wesley's journal became a means of keeping far-flung outposts of Methodism in touch with one another, a device for administering encouragement and rebukes, and a textbook of the experiential religion Wesley spent his life proclaiming. Wesley's eclectic interests and passion for rational analysis also make the Journal a rich source for any reader interested in observing the conditions and values of Augustan society--particularly those of the lower classes--through the eyes of a well-educated and intelligent gentleman of the time.

Maridor
Really enjoy reading the works of the old theologians and Pastors. John Wesley was one that sought for God, we get to see this struggle as we read his journal. Another thing about Wesley is that he did not try to act self-righteous, we see that he poured his heart out in honest seeking and searching for God and the Salvation that Christ brings. He shared his life and he shared his struggle and shared what mattered most to him. I highly Recommend this Book to anyone who wants to read and learn more about the life of John Wesley.
Flathan
Although out of print, this is a must for anyone wanting a solid overview of Wesley's massive "Journal." Wesleyan study groups wanting to get the feel and tone his journals will consider this a must. Very good but not cumbersome. Highly recommended.
Hadadel
I use this while writing a book so it's accuracy that I wished.
WOGY
I thought it would have more about his sermons. I guess I'm not a big journal fan.
Usic
Fascinating life of dedication to the Lord.
Malarad
Has been a very interesting read and was what I was looking for. Although edited, it is in Wesley's own words.
Landamath
I first read the journal of john wesley a few years ago and and have re read it since then.I was really impressed by the extent of the traveling that he undertook throughout England Ireland Scotland Wales Holland and America. His preaching in all sorts of weather often being abused and attacked by angry mobs. His observation of the society of his day. He had a keen interest in health and angry at the injustice of the society and medical men of his time.He was so impressed when he observed an electric machine being demonstrated that he purchased a few machines and trained people to operate these machines to be were used in the poor area of London.He also used the machine himself during his many travels and claimed that it be a wonderful device for health, he had never heard of it hurting either man nor beast. If you enjoy history and a glimpse into the life and observation that John Wesley was so good at entering in his Journal you will enjoy this book and be astounded at the difficulty of the travelling that he undertook in his lifetime. great man of God.
I had no idea how persecuted a Christian could be in a civilized society. I've learned a lot about piety and suffering for one's faith. He was and is an inspiration to all Christians.