Susanna Wesley, Mother of John and Charles
A biography of the woman who married the well-known preacher, Samuel Wesley, and was the mother of John, founder of Methodism, and Charles, famous for the more than 6,000 hymns he wrote during his lifetime.
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Drama of Dissent
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