Heroes of the faith (1700-1900)

John and Charles Wesley

By John Little  |  1992 Autumn Lectures

The Wesleys were both tireless preachers of the gospel, mightily used in the Eighteenth Century revival. Charles is best known for his remarkable work as a Christian hymn writer. In his estimated 250,000 miles on horseback John was to establish a national network of methodist societies to follow-up new converts to Christianity.

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