Logical Luther Lee and the Methodist War Against Slavery (Studies in Evangelicalism No. 17)

Logical Luther Lee and the Methodist War Against Slavery (Studies in Evangelicalism No. 17)

By: Paul Leslie Kaufman (author), William Brackney (foreword_author), Donal Dayton (foreword_author), Kenneth E. Rowe (volume_editor), Donal W. Dayton (volume_editor)Hardback

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Luther Lee, D.D. (1800-1889), one of the founders of Wesleyan Methodism, was a nineteenth-century reformer and an ordained minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church. Lee is known to most Methodist historians as a Methodist Episcopal minister who deserted the church that had brought him to spiritual birth and ordination. Wesleyan Methodist church historians know him as the first president of their denomination, an editor of their periodical, and unfortunately, a traitor who betrayed and then subsequently walked away from the church he had helped to establish. His significance to American history has not heretofore been observed.

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Paul Leslie Kaufman is Professor of History and Academic Dean at Allegheny Wesleyan College in Salem, Ohio, where he has taught since 1981. He also holds an adjunct professorship in Church history at Ashland Theological Seminary.

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  • publication date: 01/01/2000
  • ISBN13: 9780810837102
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 296
  • ID: 9780810837102
  • weight: 485
  • ISBN10: 0810837102

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