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Creator is exactly "Wesley, John, 1703–1791. "
In this treatise on the evils of slavery, the founder of Methodism clearly stated his conviction that "Liberty is the right of every human creature, as soon as he breathes the vital air. And no human law can deprive him of that right, which derives…
Creighton Wesley Letter
In this letter to James Creighton, John Wesley encouraged Creighton to stay with his troubled curacy in Ireland. Wesley continued with words of encouragement that defined how he saw Methodism as different from the other religious reform movements in…
Rulebook for bands, spiritual accountability groups, inspired by Pietists conventicles. It was written after Wesley travelled to Germany and studied the Herrnhut community.
Second edition of John Wesley's book advising steps to Christian Perfection. He lists books that shaped his religious outlook.
In this 1765 letter, John Wesley recommends six books that impacted him to Anglican vicar John Newton.
In this 1782 letter to a young admirer, Wesley recommends his own work, A Plain Account of Christian Perfection, to aid in her religious studies.
In this published journal extract, Wesley lists recently published Methodist books by himself and his brother.
Manuscript of a sermon delivered by John Wesley on Hebrews 4:9.
A copy of A Plain Account of Christian Perfection owned by Hannah Oliver.
John Wesley worked on this revision of the King James Version of the New Testament with commentary. He based his revision of the English text on the Greek edition with commentary by Johann Albrecht Bengel (1687–1753) of Tübingen.
Scriptural exegesis by John Wesley based on a commentary on the Greek New Testament by Johann Albrecht Bengel (1687–1753).
Portion of journal that was previously missing from the print copy of An extract of the Rev. Mr. John Wesley's journal from October 27, 1743 to Nov. 17, 1746.
Last of thirteen pamphlets issued together as A Preservative against Unsettled Notions in Religion. Includes inscription by Charles Wesley which was included as an introduction in the second edition.
A journal including details of Wesley and his brother's missionary work in Georgia.