Social justice through the eyes of Wesley : John Wesley's theological challenge to slavery / by Irv A. Brendlinger.

By: Brendlinger, Irv A, 1943-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Guelph, Ont.] : Joshua Press, 2006Description: xvii, 271 pages ; 22 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1894400232; 9781894400237Other title: John Wesley's theological challenge to slaverySubject(s): Wesley, John, 1703-1791 | Wesley, John 1703-1791 -- Political and social views | Wesley, John 1703-1791 -- Ethics | Wesley, John 1703-1791 -- Political and social views | Wesley, John, 1703-1791 | Methodist Church (Great Britain) -- Doctrines -- History -- 18th century | Church of England -- Doctrines -- History -- 18th century | Slavery and the church -- England -- History -- 18th century | Slavery and the church -- Methodist Church -- History -- 18th century | Slavery and the church -- Church of England -- History -- 18th centuryDDC classification: 270.086/25092 LOC classification: BX8495.W5 | B74 2006
Contents:
John Wesley in context : his century, relationships and spiritual journey -- John Wesley's antislavery journey -- A brief excursion into Wesley's position on slavery and Negro inferiority -- The relationship between Wesley's theology and his position on slavery -- The larger context : Wesley's social ethic and philosophy of social change -- The significance of John Wesley's antislavery influence.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-265) and index.

John Wesley in context : his century, relationships and spiritual journey -- John Wesley's antislavery journey -- A brief excursion into Wesley's position on slavery and Negro inferiority -- The relationship between Wesley's theology and his position on slavery -- The larger context : Wesley's social ethic and philosophy of social change -- The significance of John Wesley's antislavery influence.

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