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Charles Wesley: A Reader by Charles Wesley
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Charles Wesley: A Reader (edition 2000)

by Charles Wesley, John R. Tyson

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Title:Charles Wesley: A Reader
Authors:Charles Wesley
Other authors:John R. Tyson
Info:Oxford University Press, USA (2000), Paperback, 528 pages
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Charles Wesley stood in the shadow of his more famous (and more forward) brother John.
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We were cheerful without mirth, serious without sadness (323).
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This is an anthology of the writings of Charles Wesley. Best known for his hymns, such as 'Hark! the Herald Angels Sing', and 'Jesus, Lover of My Soul', Charles was the younger brother of John Wesley and the co-founder of Methodism. Despite his importance in the history of Protestantism, there is no collection of his writings in print, and indeed, little work has been done specifically on Charles in the last two generations. Tyson presents a chronologically arranged selection of the journals, sermons, letters, hymns, and poems in such a way as to both outline Wesley's life and illuminate the leading elements of his thought.… (more)

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