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There is no question that women preachers helped to make the evangelical revival of the eighteenth century a powerful religious movement of enduring significance. This book is an effort to rediscover the lost history of the early women preachers of Methodism and their relationship to its primary leader, John Wesley. Chilcote reconstructs the portraits of over one hundred fascinating women, including Sarah Crosby, Mary Bosanquet, and Sarah Mallet, in a highly readable narrative interweaving biographical, historical, and theological concerns.
Paul Wesley Chilcote (BA, Valparaiso University; M.Div., Ph.D., Duke University) is Visiting Assistant Professor of Church History at the Methodist Theological School, Delaware, OH. Author of Wesley Speaks on Christian Vocation and articles in both historical and theological journals, he will join the initial faculty of the College of Theology, Africa University, Old Mutare, Zimbabwe in March 1992.
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