Charles Wesley, Life, Literature and Legacy - EP100
Life, Literature and Legacy
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For the first time in history, this timely landmark volume brings together contributions from the leading scholars working on the life and work of Charles Wesley.
Published in time for the 2007 tercentenary of Charles Wesley's birth, this volume celebrates the continuing importance of Charles Wesley as one of the major figures of 18th century Christian history, one of the most prominent hymn writers of the English speaking world and one of the founders of the worldwide Methodist movement.
The contributors include: Jeremy Gregory, Geoffrey Wainwright, Henry Rack, Paul Chilcote, Anna Lawrence and Susan White.
'This is the work of fine scholarship - 2,000 footnotes and a massive bibliography! But it is a well-edited, compelling read and i commend it heartily to all our readers.' Methodist Recorder, May 2007
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