Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist periodicals, 1744-1960

Volumes

9 volumes in Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist periodicals, 1744-1960

The Arminian magazine

Vol.1-20 (1778-1797). This monthly magazine was named by its founder, John Wesley, after the Dutch theologian Jacobus Arminius, or Jakob Harmenszoon (1560-1609). Like Arminius, Methodists believed in universal redemption, opposing the Calvinist doctrine of salvation only for the 'elect'. Described in the subtitle as "consisting of extracts and original treatises...

  • Contributor:  Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History
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The Methodist magazine

Described in the first volume following the title change as "being a continuation of The Arminian magazine first published by the Rev. John Wesley, A.M., consisting chiefly of extracts and original treatises on general redemption." The numeration starts with Vol. 21, following on from the earlier title. It continues...

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The Wesleyan-Methodist magazine

The title continues 'for the year 1822, [etc.]', with the subtitle "being a continutation of the Arminian or Methodist magazine first published by the Rev. John Wesley." Bibliographically, The Wesleyan-Methodist magazine, is subdivided into 3rd (1822-1844), 4th (1845-1854), 5th (1855-1876) and 6th (1877-1913) series, with the volume numbers...

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Minutes of the Methodist conferences, 1744-1877

The full title for each volume is given as Minutes of the Methodist conferences from the first, held in London, by the late Rev. John Wesley, A.M., in the year 1744, published at the Conference Office on City Road, London, until vol. 15, when the Office relocated to neighbouring Castle...

  • Contributor:  Oxford Brookes University
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  • Keyword:  church methodist religion
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