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Published by University Press of America in Lanham .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Methodist Church -- New York (State) -- New York -- History.,
  • New York (N.Y.) -- Church history.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [149]-230) and index.

StatementPhilip F. Hardt.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX8249.N5 H37 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 232 p. ;
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18301851M
ISBN 10076181793X
LC Control Number00056807

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Soul-Searching the Church: Free Methodism at Years $ The symposium essays included in here are too insightful–and too important–to be lost in the mists of onetime events. Some of the contributions to this book are not only timely; they’re timeless, especially those that help us better understand our history internally and in.   The book also looks at international Methodism, as when Barbeau discusses significant figures in Asian and South American Methodism. This book is an inviting and friendly introduction to Methodism. The human element is prominent in this book, both when Barbeau tells personal stories and also when he relays the stories of historical Methodists/5(4).   6. The Methodist denomination grew from four people to over a hundred thousand in Wesley's lifetime. From the origin of Methodism, a group of four men who called themselves the “holy club” at Oxford, was an impressive growth in the span of John Wesley's Wesley passed away in , the movement he helped start had grown to 72, members in . An agency of The United Methodist Church, Discipleship Ministries helps local church, district, and conference leaders fulfill the shared dream of making world-changing disciples. The agency connects leaders with needed resourcing, training, consulting, and .

(shelved 1 time as good-for-the-soul) avg rating — , ratings — published Want to Read saving. OCLC Number: Description: , 64 pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: The German immigrant in American culture --The spiritual education of 'W. Nast, German missionary" --The beginning of the mission to the Germans in Ohio --"Glorious years" of expansion --The Christian apologist gives German Methodism a voice --Methodism organizes its advances: The . The essentials of Methodism are original sin, justification by faith, and holiness of heart and life. John Wesley Essentials Every Methodist should know Methodism’s rich past, but even more than that, every Methodist should be familiar with the essentials that leads us into to a deep relationship with God and with one another. This is a.   Methodism began with a small group. Then, The group members listened, but kept asking soul questions. The book includes a study guide that helps groups begin the transition from being information-driven to transformation-driven and watching over one another in .

  A weekly 'class meeting' among Methodists in early 19th-century New York formed the basis for growth and unity in the small Christian sect. Author Rev. Dr. Philip F. Hardt describes these meetings as a means to close personal relationships among class members. They also provided a place in Pages: His book, The Soul of Methodism: The Class Meeting in Early New York City Methodism, released in by University Press of America, helps make that case. A paperback version is to be published this fall. Hardt, who teaches theology courses at Union Theological Seminary and Fordham College in New York and the New Brunswick (N.J.) Theological. Find responses to common queries or Ask The UMC your question. Twice each month, our e-newsletter offers examples of Christian living, inspirational messages, and information on what it means to be a United Methodist. Behind each ministry is a story of hope, restoration and the unmeasurable impact of generosity.   One of the things that contributed to the quick spread of Methodism in its early days was the class meeting. Wesley was very intentional and particular about placing individuals into these small groups in order to foster and encourage their spiritual growth.