The Life of Wesley: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, Том 1

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Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1820 - Всего страниц: 622
 

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Wesley commences fieldpreaching after Whitefields
46
Wesleys appeal concerning fieldpreaching
49
Whitefields body 599
50
Chanceconverts
55
John becomes acquainted with William Law
56
Effects of field preaching
61
John is urged to apply for the succession to his fathers
65
Lies in state in the Chapel 562
66
His opinion of the higher classes 66 1
67
Death of Samuel Wesley the father
75
Moravians on board the ship
77
Speech of TomoChichi
83
Wesleys interview with the Moravian pastor Spangenberg
89
Charles becomes obnoxious to the people at Frederica
97
Impossibility of obtaining episcopal ordination in Ame
103
Wesley in love with Sophia Causton
106
THOMAS OLIVERS
108
John HAIME
122
Wesley exhorts Whitefield not to pursue his voyage
136
Whitefield officiates in London with success
144
George STORY
145
The New Birth 573
147
Wesley arrives in London as soon as Whitefield leaves it
154
Instantaneous conversion 578
158
The Methodists in London are formed into bands
160
Lady Maxwell 0
161
Charles Wesley is converted
167
Spiritual death or the death of the soul a consequence
168
Wesley sets out for Herrnhut
174
Witness of the Spirit
180
Christian David incites the Protestants to emigrate
181
Chain of beings
186
Debate whether they shall join the Lutheran Churclı
187
Wesleys perfect charity
192
Wesley proceeds to Herrnhut
196
Wesleys supremacy
198
Forbidden to engage in trade
204
Wesley hears Christian David preach
205
Local preachers
211
Lovefeasts
217
James Wheatley
219
Charles Wesleys second interview
220
Methodism in Wales
224
Whitefield returns from Georgia to raise contributions
226
Attacked from the pulpit at Aberdeen
230
Scene at Cambuslang
241
Wesley at Bristol
242
George Bell
248
His opinion of John Knox
250
Methodism in Ireland
256
Wesley accused of being a Papist
287
Death of Samuel Wesley
294
Charles less credulous than his brother
303
Advantages of the Papacy
309
Reformation
313
The sequestered Clergy
319
Want of zeal
325
Advantages of the Reformation
331
Difference with the Moravians
337
He prepares for a separation and provides a place
343
Peter Boehler arrives in England
349
His marriage
351
Wesley proclaims the breach to the world
355
First Methodist Tabernacle built
357
Whitefield differs from Wesley concerning predestination
362
Death of Whitefield
364
Extravagance of Whitefields language
368
Conference with Mr Shirley 600
371
Copies of his letters distributed at the Foundry
375
Whitefield sails for England
381
Breach between them
387
Classleaders
393
Wesley attempts to form an union of clergymen
395
Fieldpreaching
398
Wesley hears him preach and assents to the practice
404
Mr Fletchers Illustrations of Calvinism 605
409
Wesley visits him at Birstall
415
The English preachers obliged to
418
NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS
425
Wesley not educated at Westminster
431
The American Methodists ordain for themselves
436
Dr Coke sails for New York
442
Discipline of the College
448
Riotous devotion at their meetings
455
Rule respecting spirituous liquors
461
Thomas à Kempis
466
Mr Gilbert forms a society in Antigua
467
Behmenists in England
472
Visits the neighbouring islands
473
Coincidence of opinion between Wesley and South
478
He is hospitably entertained in Jamaica
480
Methodists become unpopular in the Islands
482
Zinzendorfs notion that all souls are female
484
Numbers at the time of Wesleys death
489
Hobbess parallel between the Romish Clergy and
492
Easy terms of admission
495
Conforming clergy at the Reformation
498
Amusements
503
First laypreachers
511

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