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The latest issue of Wesley and Methodist Studies has just been published (vol. 8 No 2, June 2016). The journal is published jointly by the Manchester Wesley Research Centre and the Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History. This issue contains the following articles:
German Protestants’ Interpretations of George Whitefield, 1739–1857, by Andrew Kloes
Plotting Piety: Religious Spaces and the Mapping of George Whitefield’s World, by Jessica M. Parr
Wesleyan Perspectives on the Education of Girls in Eighteenth-Century England, by Linda Ann Ryan
The Sacramental Piety of Early American Methodists: The Fluvanna Conference of 1779 Revisited, by Steven David Bruns
Untwisting the Tangled Web: Charles Wesley and Elizabeth Story, by Randy L. Maddox and Timothy Underhill
And eleven book reviews.
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