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Title:
The heritage of American Methodism
Author:
Kinghorn, Kenneth C.
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Publication Information:
Strasbourg, France : Éditions du Signe ; [Nashville, Tenn.] : [Abingdon Press], [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
176 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9782877188708

9780687055005
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

The Heritage of American Methodism traces the grand legacy of American Methodism and shows how it became such a leading influence in the life of the nation. The drama of Methodism in America stands out as one of the most fascinating stories in the history of Christianity. This volume highlights the main reasons for this astonishing success and shows how the vitality of the Wesleyan way can be recovered. This illustrated history of American Methodism is presented for non-specialists in a beautifully designed, full-color format.Key Features:* A user-friendly, informative, and spell-binding account showing the impact of inspirational characters resounding today* Outstanding full-color photos and illustrations throughout* Portrays common links within the United Methodist Church and the unfolding drama of each conference* An attractive hardcover, "coffee-table" bookKey Benefits:* Readers get the benefit of the history of American Methodism from awell-known expert* Can be used to help leaders prepare for classes on Methodism* An excellent gift for both young people and adults* Helps readers understand the challenges of tomorrow and the applications for the turbulence of life today


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