Lander, John K.

Itinerant temples : tent methodism, 1814-1832 / John K. Lander ; foreword by T.S.A. Macquiban. - Waynesboro (Ga.) ; Carlisle (U.K.) : Paternoster Press, 2003. - xix, 268 p. : ill., 23 cm. - Studies in evangelical history and thought . - Studies in evangelical history and thought .

Includes bibliographical references (p. [245]-261) and index.

The Social and Religious Context of the Conflicts within Methodism from 1791 to 1820 -- Tent Evangelical Activity from 1814 to 1819 -- The Disputes that led to the Tent Preachers' Withdrawal from Wesleyan Methodism -- The Formal Establishment of the Tent Methodists in 1820 -- The Geographical Spread of Tent Methodism -- Tent Methodism's Progress up to 1825 -- The Years of Decline -- The Contribution of Tent Methodism to the Religious Life of the Early Nineteenth Century. Ch. 1. Ch. 2. Ch. 3. Ch. 4. Ch. 5. Ch. 6. Ch. 7. Ch. 8.

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Methodism--History--England--19th century.
Camp meetings--History.
Evangelistic work--Methodist Church--History.

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