Richard P. Heitzenrater is William Kellon Quick Professor Emeritus of Church History and Wesley Studies at The Divinity . Very good synopsis of Wesley and the history of Methodism, especially as it relates directly to Wesley
He is also a member of the board of Kingswood Books. He lives in Durham, North Carolina. Very good synopsis of Wesley and the history of Methodism, especially as it relates directly to Wesley. I highly recommend this to anyone wanting to know more about the history of John Wesley or the background and roots of the Methodist faith. I used it for background to teach a Sunday School class on this very topic.
Oct 25, 2019 Linda rated it really liked it. An easy to read, though quite detailed, history of John Wesley and his historical spiritual journey within and without that resulted in what is today the Methodist Church.
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He is also a member of the board of Kingswood Books.
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Purchase Wesley and the People Called Methodists by Richard P. Heitzenrater on Paperback online and enjoy having your favourite Religion/Ethics books. Wesley's own pilgrimage of faith is of course central to the emergence of Methodism, but we also see the contributions of many others-friends and critics alike-whose lives and thoughts helped shape the movement. Conflict as well as courage helped forge the distinctive Wesleyan emphases that constituted for them the "scripture way of salvation.
Richard P. Heitzenrater
Richard P. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2013. Abindgon Press first published Wesley and the People Called Methodists in 1995. In Dr. Heitzenrater’s Wesley and the People Called Methodists, the fifth chapter, The Maturing of Methodism, outlines how the period 1758 –1775 was marked by turmoil within Methodism, especially concerning the question of separation from the Church of England. Facing internal pressure to ordain Methodist preachers – in effect, to renounce the Church and its bishops – John Wesley was fortified by his brother Charles Wesley’s even stronger conviction to remain within the Church.