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The Cambridge Companion to John Wesley
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  • Page extent: 366 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.53 kg
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 (ISBN-13: 9780521886536)

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$104.99 (C)

A leading figure in the Evangelical Revival in eighteenth-century England, John Wesley (1703–1791) is the founding father of Methodism and, by extension, of the holiness and Pentecostal movements. This Cambridge Companion offers a general, comprehensive introduction to Wesley’s life and work, and to his theological and ecclesiastical legacy. Written from various disciplinary perspectives, including history, literature, theology, and religious studies, this volume will be an invaluable aid to scholars and students, including those encountering the work and thought of Wesley for the first time.

Contents

Introduction Randy L. Maddox and Jason E. Vickers; Part I. Wesley's Context: 1. The long eighteenth century Jeremy Gregory; Part II. Wesley's Life: 2. Wesley's life and ministry Kenneth J. Collins; 3. Wesley in context David N. Hempton; Part III. Wesley's Work: 4. Wesley as revivalist/renewal leader Charles I. Wallace; 5. Wesley as preacher William J. Abraham; 6. Wesley as biblical interpreter Robert W. Wall; 7. Wesley as diarist and correspondent Ted A. Campbell; 8. Wesley as editor and publisher Isabel Rivers; 9. Wesley's engagement with the natural sciences Randy L. Maddox; 10. Wesley as adviser on health and healing Deborah Madden; 11. Wesley's theological emphases Jason E. Vickers; 12. Happiness, holiness, and the moral life in John Wesley Rebekah L. Miles; 13. Wesley's emphases on worship and the means of grace Karen B. Westerfield Tucker; Part IV. Wesley's Legacy: 14. Spread of Wesleyan Methodism Kenneth Cracknell; 15. The Holiness/Pentecostal/charismatic extension of the Wesleyan tradition Randall J. Stephens; 16. The African-American wing of the Wesleyan tradition Dennis C. Dickerson; 17. Current debates over Wesley's legacy among his progeny Sarah H. Lancaster.

Prize Winner

Wesleyan Theological Society 2010 Smith/Wynkoop Book Award

Review

"...excellent collection of essays....Edited and written by a stellar cast of scholars these essays provide a comprehensive introduction to Wesley and to the movements to which his teachings gave birth." --Choice

Contributors

Randy L. Maddox, Jason E. Vickers, Jeremy Gregory, Kenneth J. Collins, David N. Hempton, Charles I. Wallace, William J. Abraham, Robert W. Wall, Ted A. Campbell, Isabel Rivers, Deborah Madden, Rebekah L. Miles, Karen B. Westerfield Tucker, Kenneth Cracknell, Randall J. Stephens, Dennis C. Dickerson, Sarah H. Lancaster

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