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    Rupert Davies,George A. Raymond,Rupp Gordon
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volumes of the new History of the Methodist Church in Great Britain. 1. Bowmer, John . Pastor and People (London, 1975);Rupert, Davies, George, A. Raymond, and Gordon, Rupp, ed. History of the Methodist Church in Great Britain, 3 vols.

Chief among these are John C. Bowmer's Pastor and People and the first two volumes of the new History of the Methodist Church in Great Britain. Each of these studies cites the evolution of the pastoral office, from its roots in John Wesley to its culmination under Jabez Bunting, as one of the distinguishing marks of the Wesleyan tradition. 2. Smith, George, History of Wesleyan Methodism, 3 vols. (London, 1859-1862), 2: 150–154.

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The United Methodist Church in Great Britain was a Protestant denomination which operated from 1907 to 1932

The United Methodist Church in Great Britain was a Protestant denomination which operated from 1907 to 1932. It was a relatively small grouping of British Methodism, formed in 1907 by the union of the United Methodist Free Churches with two other small groupings, the Bible Christian Church and the Methodist New Connexion.

Davies, Rupert E. (Rupert Eric), 1909-1994; with E. G. (Ernest Gordon) Rupp, 1910-1986, and A. Raymond .

Published by London:, Epworth Press, 1985. Contents: Preface - I Church and society in the first half of the nineteenth century, W. R. Ward - II Methodist religion 1791-1849, J. M. Turner - III The Methodist people in the early Victorian age: spirituality and worship, Norman P. Goldhawk - IV Ordination, A. Raymond George

1985) and in Rupert Davies, A. Raymond George and Gordon Rupp (eds), A History of the Methodist Church in Great Britain, vol. 3 (London: Epworth, 1983) .

1985) and in Rupert Davies, A. 3 (London: Epworth, 1983) take the story to the date of publication.

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vo. 3, no. 5, p. 01-824. Abject spaces, transnational calculations: Zimbabweans in Britain navigating work, class and the law. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Vol. 4, p. 66-482. Embedded cosmopolitanism and the politics of obligation: the Ghanaian diaspora and development.

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