The Soul of Methodism Paperback

The Class Meeting in Early New York City Methodism

by Philip F. Hardt;

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The Soul of Methodism

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A weekly 'class meeting' among Methodists in early 19th-century New York formed the basis for growth and unity in the small Christian sect. Author Rev. Dr. Philip F. Hardt describes these meetings as a means to close personal relationships among class members. They also provided a place in which lay leadership could emerge and monitor behavior among members. Hardt connects the decline in Methodist membership over the years with the dissolution of the weekly meeting. This book advocates a return to the meetings as a means to increase church membership. It is Rev. Hardt's belief that a weekly meeting can revitalize the church's efforts to initiate people into the faith and assimilate them into the body of Christ.

The Soul of Methodism by Philip F. Hardt was published by University Press of America in February 2005. The ISBN for The Soul of Methodism is 9780761831198.

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Details for The Soul of Methodism

Page last updated 26th April 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherUniversity Press of America (February 2005)
Number of Pages244
Thickness19 mm
Height228 mm
Width154 mm
Product Code4025541
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