A Heart Set Free: The Life of Charles Wesley

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Crossway Books, 1988 - Religion - 272 pages
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In the heroic days of the 18th century revival in Britian, Charles Wesley, the supreme poet of Christian experience, was a worthy third to George Whitefield and his own elder brother John. Arnold Dallimore understands Charles well, and tells his story inspiringly.

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A readable, devotional biography that makes much good use of Charle's letters and hymns. I did not know much about the origins of Methodism, but this is also a good introduction to that. Read full review

Review: A Heart Set Free: The Life of Charles Wesley

User Review  - Stephen - Goodreads

A readable, devotional biography that makes much good use of Charle's letters and hymns. I did not know much about the origins of Methodism, but this is also a good introduction to that. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
Forebears of unyielding conviction
9
The boy at home and at school
21
Copyright

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