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Anti-Methodist publications of the eighteenth century

Clive Field

Anti-Methodist publications of the eighteenth century

a revised bibliography

by Clive Field

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Published by John Rylands University Library of Manchester in Manchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Methodist Church -- Controversial literature -- Bibliography.,
  • Methodism -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester.
    StatementClive D. Field.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[159]-280 p. ;
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17463643M

    Textual Warfare and the Making of Methodism examines the satirical and polemical literature written in response to the eighteenth-century Methodist revival and the ways Methodists, who were acutely aware of the antagonism that tailed the revival, responded to this literature, both in public and in the ways they expressed and practiced their faith. Clive D. Field, ‘Anti-Methodist Publications in the Eighteenth Century: A Revised Bibliography’, Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, vol. 73, no. 2 (), pp. –

    anti-methodist publications of the eighteenth century - Manchester Narcissus and Daffodil - The Genus Narcissus Narcissus and Daffodil - The Genus Narcissus Narcissus and Daffodil: The Genus Narcissus - PDF Free Download Heat transfera review of literature - [PDF Document]. Anti-Methodist Publications Issued During the Eighteenth Century. A Chronologically Arranged and Annotated Bibliography Burt Franklin. viii, pp. Reprint of edn. No dustwrapper. Hardback. Very Good+ GREEN, Richard More details.

    In this volume Kirkham provides not only the most complete available list of anti-Methodist publications in England in the eighteenth century but also insightful overviews of the various. The following is a list of Clive Field’s principal publications (excluding bibliographies) on the history of British Methodism, chronologically arranged within publication type: Microform Collection The People called Methodists: a Documentary History of the Methodist Church in Great Britain and Ireland on Microfiche, Leiden: Inter Documentation Company, , 4, fiches.


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Anti-Methodist publications issued during the eighteenth century. A chronologically arranged and annotated bibliography of all known books and pamphlets written in opposition to the Methodist revival during the life of Wesley; together with an account of replies to them, and of some other publications.

A contribution to Methodist history. Get this from a library. Anti-Methodist publications issued during the eighteenth century; a chronologically arranged and annotated bibliography A contribution to.

Anti-Methodist Publications Issued During the Eighteenth Century: A Chronologically Arranged and Item PreviewPages: Clive Field, Anti‐Methodist Publications of the Eighteenth Century of duplicates and defences of Methodism.3 The revised bibliography added new entries not recorded by Green, largely on the basis of the following: a lifetime’s research by the late Professor Frank.

Full text of "Anti-Methodist Publications Issued During the Eighteenth Century: A Chronologically Arranged and " See other formats. Early Methodism as seen by its adversaries and detractors This book examines eighteenth-century pamphlet attacks on early Methodism, which came from all sides—the episcopacy, clergy, other Christian groups, universities, Wesley’s ex-preachers, ex-Methodist laity, the Calvinist branch of Methodism, and the secular community.

The book references more than six hundred pamphlets and books. Anti-Methodist publications in the eighteenth century: a revised bibliography. Field, Clive D. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library. ;73(2)Cited by: Free 2-day shipping. Buy Anti-Methodist Publications Issued During the Eighteenth Century () at Anti-Methodist Publications of the Eighteenth Century: A Supplemental Bibliography (pp.

) Clive D. Field DOI: /weslmethstud Methodist History, (July ) BOOK REvIEWS Thomas S. Kidd. George Whitefield: America’s Spiritual Founding Father. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. $ Hardcover, $ Softcover. Thomas Kidd has produced an informative yet readable new biography of the great evangelist of the eighteenth-century Evangelical Revival.

C. Field, ‘Anti‐Methodist Publications of the Eighteenth Century: A Revised Bibliography’, Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library, (), –; ‘Anti‐Methodist Publications of the Eighteenth Century: A Supplemental Bibliography’, Wesley and Methodist Studies, 6 (), – 6Cited by: 2.

Anti-Methodist publications issued during the eighteenth century. (London: C. Kelly, ), by Richard Green (page images at HathiTrust) Several discourses upon practical subjects. Donoghue, Frank, The Fame Machine: Book Reviewing and Eighteenth-Century Literary Careers (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ).

Field, Clive D., ‘ Anti-Methodist Publications of the Eighteenth Century: A Revised Bibliography ’, Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 73 (), – Life. Macgowan was born in Edinburgh, received an education, and was apprenticed to a subsequently settled in Bridge Street, Warrington, as a had early become a Wesleyan; he now joined the Methodist movement as a preacher.

At a later period he was attracted by the Independents, but finally joined the Particular ministered at the old baptist chapel at Hill Cliff. anti-Methodist publications in England in the eighteenth century but also insightful overviews of the various transitions and currents in the debate.

Highly recommended.” —Randy L. Maddox, William Kellon Quick Professor of Wesleyan and Methodist Studies, Duke Divinity School Donald Kirkham, PhD, is a retired United Methodist elder and. Doctor of Philosophy. Contact. About.

Anti-Methodist Publications of the Eighteenth Century: a Supplemental Bibliography The Long Eighteenth Century, c. Article. Oct The following is a list of Clive Field's most recent publications (from the last six years), in reverse chronological order: Periodizing Secularization: Religious Allegiance and Attendance in Britain, –, Oxford: Oxford University Press,xvii + pp.

‘Bibliography of Methodist historical literature, ’, Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society, Vol. 62, Part 2. traditions also contributed to making nineteenth-century American Methodism quite distinct from its British counterpart. Finally, anti-Catholicism and anti-Methodism actually had a history of intersecting.

Some of the earliest anti-Methodist publications to appear in eighteenth-century. Green Anti-Methodist Collection. Date range: 18thth centuries. Number of items: items.

This is the largest collection of anti-Methodist material in the world, comprising copies of works published mainly in the 18th century but with some 19th-century editions.The Solemnisation of Christian Marriage in Methodism 1 David M.

Chapman Anti-Methodist satire in the eighteenth century presented contradictory images of Methodist sexual morality. On the one hand, Methodist preachers were often accused of sexual immorality in an Chapter 8 ‘The Solemnisation of Christian Marriage’ pp. Anti-Methodist Publications of the Eighteenth Century (ed.

by Clive Field) The (British) Methodist Archives Biographical Index (The John Rylands University Library) Dictionary of Methodism in Britain and Ireland (online edition) Dissenting Academies Online (a database and encyclopedia including Methodist schools in .