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John Wesley and the Church of England

by Frank Baker

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Dr Frank Baker's study of John Wesley and the Church of England, first published in 1970, still remains the standard work on its subject. It offers a detailed, critical evaluation of John Wesley's complex relationship with his Mother church, from his upbringing in Epworth Rectory to his old age, when he affirmed, 'In the Church I will live and die, unless I am thrust out' Yet as leader of the Methodist movement, he was constrained to take decisions which confiicted with the discipline of the Church. Dr Baker explores the how and why of those deisions..........… (more)



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