From Age to Age a Living Witness: Free Methodism’s First Century

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A Historical Interpretation of Free Methodism’s First Century from 1860 to 1960.

To understand the background out of which Free Methodism developed, one must know John Wesley and the Methodism he launched. Furthermore, the place of Roberts in the origin and shaping of Free Methodism demands the emphasis this book attempts to give.

Format:

Paperback (608 pages)

Publisher:

Light & Life Publishing (January 1, 2009)

ISBN-13:

9780893671723

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1 review for From Age to Age a Living Witness: Free Methodism's First Century

  1. CHUCK FOLAND

    If you are looking for the one book that will give you the essential history of John Wesley, early Methodism and the birth and doctrine of the Free Methodist Church in it’s first hundred years, Bishop Marston’s book is the one to have. It is a classic and a pleasure to read. The chapters are broken into short sub-chapters which is great for each page is so full of information that one would be overwhelmed with so much information if one had to read it in long drawn out chapters without the breaks to soak in all that information packed into each page. The history of the Free Methodist Church is presented here in a flowing, information packed classic that is a true pleasure to read. It is not a dry matter of fact history, but one of insights written in a way to put one in the presence of each step of the FMC’s history. Reading this book will give your the essential history of Welsey, Methodism, Free Methodism and it’s doctrine and how all of this came about. This is the must have for those of the Free Methodist Church.

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