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Pain, passion and faith : revisiting the place of Charles Wesley in early Methodism

Cruickshank, Joanna 2009, Pain, passion and faith : revisiting the place of Charles Wesley in early Methodism, Scarecrow Press, Inc., Lanham, Md..

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Title Pain, passion and faith : revisiting the place of Charles Wesley in early Methodism
Author(s) Cruickshank, Joanna
Publication date 2009
Series Revitalization: explorations in world Christian movements.; Pietist and Wesleyan studies, no. 31.
Total pages xiii, 187 p.
Publisher Scarecrow Press, Inc.
Place of Publication Lanham, Md.
Keyword(s) Suffering -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Pain -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Methodist Church -- Hymns -- History and criticism
Wesley, Charles, -- 1707-1788
Methodist Church -- Doctrines
Summary Pain, Passion and Faith: Revisiting the Place of Charles Wesley in Early Methodism is a significant study of the 18th-century poet and preacher Charles Wesley. Wesley was an influential figure in 18th-century English culture and society; he was co-founder of the Methodist revival movement and one of the most prolific hymn-writers in the English language. His hymns depict the Christian life as characterized by a range of intense emotions, from ecstatic joy to profound suffering.
ISBN 0810861542
9780810861541
Language eng
Field of Research 210305 British History
Socio Economic Objective 950404 Religion and Society
HERDC Research category A1 Books - authored - research
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30021783

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