Letter from the Rev. George Whitefield to the Rev. John Wesley, on universal redemption

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Printed by C. Norris & Co. , Exeter [N.H.]
Election (Theology), Grace (Theo
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 36566.
ContributionsWesley, John, 1703-1791.
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Pagination23 p.
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WHITEFIELD’S LETTER TO WESLEY. Bethesda in Georgia, Dec. 24, Reverend and very dear Brother, God only knows what unspeakable sorrow of heart I have felt on your account since I left England last. Whether it is my infirmity or not, I frankly confess, that Jonah could not go with.

—George Whitefield, London, August 9, 1 universal redemption – the doctrine that Christ died for the sins of all men. carnal – fleshly; sensual, as opposed to spiritual. party – faction, a group contending for one point of view.

predestination – the doctrine that God rules over everything, and therefore that nothing happens. A LETTER TO THE REV MR JOHN WESLEY PREFACE I am very well aware what different effects publishing this Letter against the dear Mr Wesley’s Sermon will produce.

Many of my friends, that are strenuous advocates for universal Redemption, will immediately be offended. Many that are zealous on the other side will be much. Get this from a library. Letter from the Rev. George Whitefield to the Rev.

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John Wesley IN ANSWER TO MR. George Whitefield wrote this letter to John Wesley inin response to Wesley's sermon entitled "Free Grace." Whitefield believed the issue vital to robust Christianity, and hastened to write from Geor-gia in the American colonies, to his friend across the sea.

From the Preface: "Many of my friends, that are strenuous advocate/5(2). George Whitefield wrote this letter to John Wesley inin response to Wesley's sermon entitled "Free Grace" (also included and cross-referenced in this eBook). Whitefield believed the issue vital to robust Christianity, and hastened to write from Georgia in.

A Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev. John Wesley IN ANSWER TO MR. WESLEY'S SERMON ENTITLED "Free Grace" "But when Peter was come to Antioch, I withstood him to the face, because he was to be blamed" (Gal. (Iain Murray has written an excellent article explaining the historical background of this exchange between Whitefield and Wesley.).

The doctrine of election defended and supported. Being a letter from the Rev. George Whitefield, in answer to a sermon, published by the Rev. John Wesley, in favour of universal redemption.

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John Wesley eBook. A letter to the Rev. Wesley on the death of the Rev. Fletcher. Letters—Wesley's Sermon on "Free Grace"—A Trying Time—Trouble at Kingswood—Letter to Wesley—First Methodist Newspaper—Old Friends divided—A Scene at the Foundery—Whitefield in Distress—Good News from America—Whitefield and Charles Wesley—Charles Wesley and the Calvinists—London Tabernacle—Rev.

Daniel Rowlands. A select collection of letters of the late Reverend George Whitefield written to his most intimate friends, and persons of distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America, from the yearto by Whitefield, George, When George Whitefield left England inhe was the recognized leader of the evangelical awakening, and he entrusted his thousands of followers to John Wesley’s he returned, in.

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Being a letter from the Rev. George Whitefield, in answer to a sermon, published by the Rev. John Wesley, in favour of universal redemption. Publication info: Ann Arbor, MI:: Text Creation Partnership, Availability.

^ | Dec. 24, | George Whitefield Posted on 06/24/ AM PDT by Greetings_Puny_Humans. IN ANSWER TO MR. WESLEY'S SERMON ENTITLED "Free Grace" (A debate on the doctrine of election vs. the Free-will views of John Wesley) WHITEFIELD'S LETTER TO WESLEY.

Bethesda in Georgia, Dec. 24, Reverend and very dear Brother. George Whitefield to John Wesley: "No, dear Sir, you mistake." A Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev. John Wesley IN ANSWER TO MR. WESLEY'S SERMON ENTITLED "Free Grace" "But when Peter was come to Antioch, I withstood him to the face, because he was to be blamed" (Gal.

Wesley vs. Whitfield: Brothers in Conflict by Tony Cooke. During a July trip to England, I was able to visit to John Wesley’s house and chapel (as well as his grave). A few months before that, I also was privileged to visit the grave of George Whitfield in Newburyport, Massachusetts.

In a letter written on JGeorge Whitefield admonished John Wesley, “For God’s sake, if possible, dear Sir never speak against election in your sermons: no one can say that I ever mentioned it in public discourses, whatever my private sentiments may be.

Whitefield deferred to John Wesley as his “spiritual father in Christ” and his letters addressed Wesley as “Honoured sir.” Partnership: Revival Takes Off. In John Wesley entrusted the newly ordained Whitefield with the oversight of the Oxford methodists, while he was away in Georgia.

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George Whitefield to the Rev. John Wesley, on universal redemption by: Whitefield, George, Published: () A sermon on the death of the Rev.

George Whitefield preached at the chapel of Tottenham-Court-Road, and at the Tabernacle near Moorfields, on Sunday, Novem / by: Wesley, John,   We were warmed by reading George Whitefield’s Journal.

Charles Wesley, MS Journal entry Saturday, Aug In fact, the love that George Whitefield expressed toward Charles was sometimes bewildering to Wesley.

Dined at Friend Keen’s, a Quaker and a Christian, and read George Whitefield’s account of God’s dealings with him. Inwhile in the American colonies, the great evangelist George Whitefield died suddenly. A funeral service was held in England and the sermon that day.

Being a letter from the Rev. George Whitefield, in answer to a sermon, published by the Rev. John Wesley, in favour of universal redemption. By George Whitefield.

Abstract. 28 p. ; (12mo)The letter is dated: Bethesday in Georgia, Dec. 24, Evans suggests as date of publication. However, this was advertised as "just published.

Serving as an instrument of division in a time when fragmentation within Protestantism was at its peak, once again, the debate was brought to the forefront when it served as a divisive instrument between John Wesley () and George Whitefield ().

The two people I am referring to are George Whitefield and John Wesley. John Wesley was a protestant theologian, preacher, and pastor during the 18th century who was a strong advocate for Arminian theology.

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