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The Methodist and Wesleyan Studies collection provides access to resources on Methodist and Wesleyan theology and studies as a resource for teaching, learning and research. The Methodist and Wesleyan Studies Collection is a joint project of the GlobeTheoLib and the Methodist e-Academy with the support of the World Methodist Council to develop an online library of Methodist studies resources that will be available to scholars and students free of charge throughout the world.

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  • Letter from Samuel Pettit to James B. Finley

    Pettit, Samuel (Digital Commons @ OWU, 1843-12-18)
    Samuel Pettit and his wife write a news-filled letter to Finley. The Piqua charge is now united and being served by a first rate Methodist preacher, Brother Dimmitt (Jacob G. Dimmitt). Though Pettit is sure that Finley has heard the news about Parker Finley's death (Samuel Parker Finley, son of Rev. John Patterson Finley and Sarah/Sally Strain), he and Mrs. Pettit provide details about his sad demise in Piqua from pleurisy. The Seceders (Scottites) no longer cause trouble. They have all withdrawn and have organized a new church. The Piqua charge is much better off without these people. Abstract Number - 217
  • Letter from William Philpot to James B. Finley

    Philpot, William (Digital Commons @ OWU, 1830-04-08)
    William Philpot writes a letter of recommendation for Miss Sarah Taylor, a teacher in Barnesville who wishes to move to Cincinnati for a teaching job. Philpot discuses the Radicals who are trying to make inroads in Barnesville. 24 people have entered subscriptions to Mutual Rights. The trustees of the Barnesville M.E. have voted not to let the Radicals preach in their meeting house. Abstract Number - 86
  • Texas Methodist Centennial Yearbook: The Story of Methodism During the Last One Hundred Years in Texas. Illustrated With Some Twenty-five Hundred Portraits of Persons and Places.

    Fisher, Sterling; Mood, R. G.; Chunn, Marcus M.; Porter, A. D.; Wright, Cal C.; Smith, H. B.; Wallace Engraving Company; Nail, Olin W. (Olin W. Nail, 1934)
    Texas Methodist Centennial Yearbook includes six sections. From the table of contents: Section I: This section deals with the careers of Bishop H. A. Boaz and Bishop A. Frank Smith--The early beginnings of Methodism in England under John Wesley with illustrations of his family and religious life--His experiences in America--Early days in Texas--Pioneer Methodist educational institutions along with present-day ones--Early leaders of Texas Methodism--Sketches of important events--Portraits of various clerical and lay leaders. Sections II-IV: Minutes of the North Texas, West Texas, Central Texas, Texas, and Northwest Texas Conferences including statistical tables and pictures of the ministers. Index to pictures starts on page 790; indexes to various schools, historic scenes and events and to historical sketches start on page 796.
  • Who's who in American Methodism ..

    Princeton Theological Seminary Library; Price, Carl Fowler, 1881- ed (New York, E. B. Treat & co., 1916-01-01)
    Latest issue in Reference Collection
  • Náboženství v moderní společnosti - Evangelická církev metodistická

    Demjančuková, Dagmar; Neupauer, Eduard; Pánková, Ivana (Západočeská univerzita v Plzni, 2014-06-05)
    Tato bakalářská práce se věnuje problematice náboženství v moderní společnosti, konkrétně Evangelickou církví metodistickou (ECM), včetně změn, které v této církvi nastaly po roce 1989. Práce se zabývá vznikem metodismu, metodismem v Československu a funkcí sborů. Zároveň analyzuje sociální aktivity ECM a podrobně se věnuje historii a současné situaci ECM sborů v Plzni. V závěrečné části práce je použita komparativní metoda.
  • [Letter from J. W. Childers, January 12, 1909]

    Childers, J. W. (1909-01-12)
    Letter from J. W. Childers agreeing to protect the Ballinger & Abilene Railway Company along with the deed from R. A. Childers and the African Methodist Episcopalian Church in Abilene.
  • Young people and missions : addresses delivered before the Eastern Missionary Convention of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Pa., October 13-15, 1903

    Princeton Theological Seminary Library (New York : Eaton & Mains ; Cincinnati : Jennings & Pye, 1904-01-01)
  • A Century of Service by the Napoleon Avenue Methodist Church and its Forerunners

    Centenary College of Louisiana Archives and Special Collections; Kriege, Otto Edgar, 1865-1957 (Chalmers' Printing House, 1942-01-01)
  • [Letter from Sayles & Sayles to African Methodist Episcopal Church Connection, January 23, 1909]

    African Methodist Episcopal Church Connection; Sayles & Sayles (1909-01-23)
    Letter from Sayles & Sayles to African Methodist Episcopal Church Connection informing them of their debt to the Ballinger & Abilene Railway Company as seen on a delivered affidavit.
  • Ten years of preacher-life : chapters from an autobiography

    Princeton Theological Seminary Library; Milburn, William Henry, 1823-1903 (New York : Derby & Jackson, 1859-01-01)
  • Master workmen; biographies of the late bishops of the Free Methodist Church during her first century, 1860-1960

    Internet Archive; Blews, Richard R (Winona Lake, Ind., Light and Life Press, 1960-01-01)
  • Sketches of Wesleyan preachers

    Princeton Theological Seminary Library; West, Robert A. (Robert Athow), 1808-1865 (New York : Lane & Tippett, 1848-01-01)
  • Social Christianity : sermons delivered in St. James's hall, London

    Princeton Theological Seminary Library; Hughes, Hugh Price, 1847-1902 (New York : Funk and Wagnalls, 1889-01-01)
  • The Collegian, 1930, vol. 07, no. 01

    Prince of Wales CollegiateSt. John's, NL, 1930
    The Collegian began publication in 1895 as the magazine of the Methodist College in St. John's. Remaining in print throughout many institutional changes, at present it is known as the yearbook of Prince of Wales Collegiate. The content reflects these changes. From general material on the school, including news, sports, grades, poetry and prose, the Collegian now is mostly made up of extensive photographs of students and their activities, including listings of students by year.
  • The Collegian, 1969-1970

    Prince of Wales CollegiateSt. John's, NL, 1969-1970
    The Collegian began publication in 1895 as the magazine of the Methodist College in St. John's. Remaining in print throughout many institutional changes, at present it is known as the yearbook of Prince of Wales Collegiate. The content reflects these changes. From general material on the school, including news, sports, grades, poetry and prose, the Collegian now is mostly made up of extensive photographs of students and their activities, including listings of students by year.
  • The Collegian, 2003-2004

    Prince of Wales CollegiateSt. John's, NL, 2003-2004
    The Collegian began publication in 1895 as the magazine of the Methodist College in St. John's. Remaining in print throughout many institutional changes, at present it is known as the yearbook of Prince of Wales Collegiate. The content reflects these changes. From general material on the school, including news, sports, grades, poetry and prose, the Collegian now is mostly made up of extensive photographs of students and their activities, including listings of students by year.
  • The Collegian, 1977-1978

    Prince of Wales CollegiateSt. John's, NL, 1877-1978
    The Collegian began publication in 1895 as the magazine of the Methodist College in St. John's. Remaining in print throughout many institutional changes, at present it is known as the yearbook of Prince of Wales Collegiate. The content reflects these changes. From general material on the school, including news, sports, grades, poetry and prose, the Collegian now is mostly made up of extensive photographs of students and their activities, including listings of students by year.
  • The Collegian, 1957

    Prince of Wales CollegiateSt. John's, NL, 1957
    The Collegian began publication in 1895 as the magazine of the Methodist College in St. John's. Remaining in print throughout many institutional changes, at present it is known as the yearbook of Prince of Wales Collegiate. The content reflects these changes. From general material on the school, including news, sports, grades, poetry and prose, the Collegian now is mostly made up of extensive photographs of students and their activities, including listings of students by year.
  • The Collegian, 1937, [02], Summer

    Prince of Wales CollegiateSt. John's, NL, 1937
    The Collegian began publication in 1895 as the magazine of the Methodist College in St. John's. Remaining in print throughout many institutional changes, at present it is known as the yearbook of Prince of Wales Collegiate. The content reflects these changes. From general material on the school, including news, sports, grades, poetry and prose, the Collegian now is mostly made up of extensive photographs of students and their activities, including listings of students by year.

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