The religion of the people : Methodism and popular religion c. 1750-1900 / David Hempton.

By: Hempton, David
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge, c1996Description: xiii, 239 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 0415077141Subject(s): Methodist Church -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century | Methodist Church -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century | Great Britain -- Religious life and customs | Great Britain -- Church history -- 18th century | Great Britain -- Church history -- 19th centuryDDC classification: 287/.0941/09033 LOC classification: BX8276 | .H47 1996
Contents:
Pt. I. Growth: comparisons and experiences. 1. 'Motives, methods and margins': a comparative study of Methodist expansion in the north Atlantic world, c. 1770-1850 -- 2. Methodism in Irish society, 1770-1830 -- 3. Popular religion in modern Britain -- Pt. II. People: power and piety. 4. John Wesley and England's 'Ancien Regime' -- 5. Jabez Bunting: the formative years, 1794-1820 -- 6. Thomas Allan and Methodist politics, 1790-1840 -- 7. Gideon Ouseley: rural revivalist, 1791-1839 -- Pt. III. Themes: law, politics and gender. 8. Methodism and the law in English society, 1740-1820 -- 9. Popular evangelicalism, reform and political stability in England, c. 1780-1850 -- 10. Women and evangelical religion in Ireland, 1750-1900.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-232) and index.

Pt. I. Growth: comparisons and experiences. 1. 'Motives, methods and margins': a comparative study of Methodist expansion in the north Atlantic world, c. 1770-1850 -- 2. Methodism in Irish society, 1770-1830 -- 3. Popular religion in modern Britain -- Pt. II. People: power and piety. 4. John Wesley and England's 'Ancien Regime' -- 5. Jabez Bunting: the formative years, 1794-1820 -- 6. Thomas Allan and Methodist politics, 1790-1840 -- 7. Gideon Ouseley: rural revivalist, 1791-1839 -- Pt. III. Themes: law, politics and gender. 8. Methodism and the law in English society, 1740-1820 -- 9. Popular evangelicalism, reform and political stability in England, c. 1780-1850 -- 10. Women and evangelical religion in Ireland, 1750-1900.

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