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62PROCEEDINGS OF THE WESLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETYBIBLIOGRAPHY OF METHODISTHISTORICAL LITERATURE, 2002BIBLIOGRAPHIESI.FIELD, Clive Douglas: 'Bibliography of Methodist historical literature,2001', Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society, Vol. 53, 2001-02,pp. 181-202.2.MADDOX, Randy Lynn: 'A decade of dissertations in Wesley studies,1991-2001', Wesleyan Theological Joumal, Vol. 37, No. 2, Fall 2002,pp. 103-13.3.RODDIE, Robin Parker: 'Bibliography of Irish Methodist historicalliterature, 2000-200 I " Bulletin of the Wesley Historical Society (IrishBranch), Vol. 7, Winter 2001, pp. 97-9.4.ROD DIE, Robin Parker: 'Bibliography of Irish Methodist historicalliterature, 2002', Bulletin of the Wesley Historical Society (Irish Branch),Vol. 8, Winter 2002, pp. 81-4.GUIDES TO SOURCES AND ARCHIVES5.BLAKE, Paul: 'First steps in family history: Nonconformity', FamilyHistory Monthly, No. 85, October 2002, pp. 54-7.6.KELLY, Marion Gladys and RODDIE, Robin Parker: 'Methodist recordsin Ireland', Irish church records: their history, availability and use infamily and local history research, edited by James George Ryan, secondedition, Glenageary: Flyleaf Press, 2001, pp. 139-61.7.LLOYD, Gareth: 'The Methodist Archives and Research Centre at theJohn Rylands University Library of Manchester', The global impact ofthe Wesleyan traditions and their related movements, edited by CharlesYrigoyen, Lanham: Scarecrow Press, 2002, pp. 285-92.8.LOYD, Roger L.: 'A long journey completed: the Baker collection comesto Duke', American Theological Library Association Summary ofProceedings, Vol. 55, 2001, pp. 103-7.9.MANCHESTER.-John Rylands University Library of Manchester:Methodist Archives and Research Centre: The Fletcher-Tooth collection,volume 6: correspondence M-N [a catalogue, compiled by] GarethLloyd, Manchester: the Library, 2002, xi I 54pp.
METHODIST HISTORICAL LITERATURE, 20026310.MANCHESTER.-John Rylands University Library of Manchester:Methodist Archives and Research Centre: The JOhl1 Wesley portraitscollection [a catalogue], Manchester: the Library, 200 I,  38 pp.11.MANCHESTER.-John Rylands University Library of Manchester:Methodist Archives and Research Centre: Wesleyan Theological Institute(WTI) alld Richmond College (RC) [archives: a catalogue], Manchester:the Library, 2001, pp.12.RYAN, Donald Ho1t: 'A brand plucked from the fire' [the world ofWesleyana], Methodist Recorder, Issue 7559, 7 November 2002, p. 15;Issue 7560, 14 November 2002, p. 8; Issue 7561, 21 November 2002, p.15; Issue 7562, 28 November 2002, p. 8; Issue 7563, 5 December 2002,p. 15; Issue 7564, 12 December 2002, p. 11; Issue 7565, 19 December2002, p. 16.13.TUDUR, Geraint: 'Papurau Howell Harris' [Harris's papers], CofCenedl,XVI, edited by Geraint Huw Jenkins, Llandysul: Gwasg Gomer, 2001, pp.65-94.See also Nos. 32, 144.EDITIONS OF PRIMARY SOURCES14.BENNET, John: Mirror of the soul: the dimy of all early Methodistpreacher - John Bennet, 1714-1754, edited and introduced by SimonRoss Valentine, Peterborough: Methodist Publishing House, 2002, xii 243pp.15.CENNICK, John: Celestial anthems: poems by John Cennick, late ofReading in Berkshire, edited by Graeme Watson, Reading: Culver Press,2001,  114pp.16.MONTGOMERY, James: Lettersfrom a newspapennan ill prison: JamesMontgomery to John Pye Smith. 1796, [edited by] Tanya Schmoller,History of the Book Trade in the North, PH 85, Wylam: AllenholmePress, 2002, 34pp.17.SWIFf, John: The diary of a quack doctor, being the last diary of JohnSwift, aurist of Newsome. Huddersfield. 1784-/851, edited withintroduction and notes by Jennifer Stead, Huddersfield: HuddersfieldLocal History Society, 2002, 132pp.18.TALLARN GREEN: Monumental inscriptions: Tal/am Green MethodistChurch, Gwemymynydd: Clwyd Family History Society. 2000, ii 17pp.
64PROCEEDINGS OF THE WESLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY19.WESLEY, Charles: Lyrical reflections on the transfiguration of Christ,edited by Steven T. Kimbrough, New York: General Board of GlobalMinistries, United Methodist Church, 2002, 24pp.20.WESLEY, John: A longing for holiness: selected writings of JohnWesley, selected, edited and introduced by Keith Beasley-Topliffe,Nashville: Upper Room Books, 1997, 79pp.21.WESLEY, John: Political writings of John Wesley, edited and introducedby Graham Maddox, Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1998, 2llpp.22.WESLEY, John: The quotable Mr. Wesley, compiled and edited by W.Stephen Gunter, Atlanta: Candler School of Theology, 1999, 63pp.See also Nos. 78, 80, 135.CONNEXIONAL HISTORIES23.HEMPTON, David Neil and W ALSH, John Dixon: 'E.P. Thompson andMethodism', God and mammon: Protestants, money and the market,J790- J860, edited by Mark Allan Noli, New York: Oxford UniversityPress, 2002, pp. 99-120.24.KENT, John Henry Somerset: Wesley and the Wesleyans, Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, 2002, vi 229pp.25.LANDER, John Kenneth: 'Tent Methodism, 1814-1832', Proceedings ofthe Wesley Historical Society, Vo!. 53, 2001-02, pp. 141-56.26.MILBURN, Geoffrey Eden: Primitive Methodism,Epworth Press, 2002, xi 112pp.27.MORGAN, Derec L1wyd: 'Beth oedd y Diwygiad MethodistaiddT [Whatwas the Methodist Revival?], Cof Cenedl, Vll, edited by Geraint HuwJenkins, L1andysul: Gwasg Gomer, 1992, pp. 63-95.Peterborough:See also Nos. 52, 54, 72, 140.LOCAL HISTORIES: ENGLAND28.CATLEY, Rita: Queen Street Methodist Central Hall, Scarborough: anongoing story, Scarborough: the Hall, 200 I, 64pp.29.COOPER, Jacqueline: '''A fine field for usefulness": PrimitiveMethodism in the Saffron Walden circuit, 1839-1900', Family &Community History, Vo!. 5, 2002, pp. 45-57.
65METHODIST HISTORICAL LITERA TORE, 200230.DUGGAN, Mona: The history of Methodism in Ormskirk, [Haskayne: theauthor, 2002],  105pp.31.JONES, David Bengry: From Mow Cop to Ludlow and the Bengrys[history of the Ludlow Primitive Methodist circuit, 1824-66], Filey:Derwas Publications, 2002, 72pp.32.LUXFORD, Douglas: '''Another for your collection": the rise and fall ofthe Cornish Methodist postcard, 1900-1965', Joumal of the ComishMethodist Historical Association, Vo!. 9, No. 6, 2002, pp. 193-200.33.NICHOLAS, Thomas Stephen: The Bible Christians in[Grouville: the author, 2002], 56pp.34.SMITH, J. Barrie: Strangely warmed in Ashfield: a history of Methodismin Sut/on in Ashfield and Kirkby in Ashfield, [Kirkby in Ashfield: theauthor], 2002, 122pp.35.VIRGOE, Norma and WARD, Albert: Through cloud and sunshine: thehistory of the Nonvich Methodist circuits, churches and chapels, editedby Norma Virgoe and Albert Ward, Loughborough: printed byTeamprint, 2002, 196pp.Jersey,See also Nos. 14, 16-17, 44, 55, 60, 63-4, 70, 80, 99, 129, 151-2, 156, 158,166-7,176-7,182,187,196.LOCAL HISTORIES: WALES, SCOTLAND, IRELAND36.ABBS, Alma: Glenbum Methodist Church, 1950-2000: 5(/" anniversarycelebratory booklet, Belfast: the Church, 2000, 64pp.37.COONEY, Dudley Alexander Levistone: 'The influence of the army onthe first hundred years of Irish Methodism', Bulletin of the WesleyHistorical Society (Irish Branch), Vo!. 7, Winter 2001, pp. 80-9\.38.COONEY, Dudley Alexander Levistone: 'Irish Methodism', Christianityin Ireland: revisiting the story, edited by Brendan Bradshaw and DaireKeogh, Dublin: Columba Press, 2002, pp. 144-54.39.COONEY, Dudley Alexander Levistone: 'They met in South GreatGeorge's Street' [founding fathers of the Primitive WesleyanMethodists], Bulletin of the Wesley Historical Society (Irish Branch),Vo!. 7, Winter 2001, pp. 34-48.40.JONES, Medwyn: Dathlu daucanmlwyddiant Capel Pendref, Dinbych,1802-2002 [Pendref Chapel, Denbigh], edited by Medwyn Jones,Dinbych: [the Chapel], 2002, 62pp.
66PROCEEDINGS OF THE WESLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY41.McGUFFIN, Samuel John: 'Demographic changes in Irish Methodismduring the 20'· century', Bulletin of the Wesley Historical Society (IrishBranch), Vo\. S, Winter 2002, pp. 63-72.42.ORR, George Edward: Methodism in Lisbum: the first two hundred andfifty years, Lisburn: Lisburn Methodist Church, 2001, 109pp.See also Nos. 3-4,6, 13, IS, 27, 43, 51, 65, 69, 71, 75-7, 79, SI, Ill, 142-3,145-6,149,156,161, 16S, 193, 195,202-3, 205-S.BIOGRAPHIES: COLLECTIVE43.HENDERSON, Ian David: 'Primitive Wesleyan Methodist preachers' [analphabetical listing], Bulletin of the Wesley Historical Society (IrishBranch), Vo\. S, Winter 2002, pp. 55-62.44.LANGFORD, Arthur: Git up and go: a history of Comish miningfamilies [the Harrises of Bolenowe], Redruth: Miango Books, 2002,240pp.See also Nos. IS, 37, 39,149,161.BIOGRAPHIES: THE WESLEYS45.BECKERLEGGE, Oliver Aveyard: The shorthand of Charles Wesley,Monograph of the Charles Wesley Society, No. 1, Madison: the Society,2002,23pp.46.BERG, Johannes van den and GUNTER, W. Stephen: John Wesley andthe Netherlands, Nashville: Kingswood Books, 2002, I 44pp.47.CRONIN, Deborah Kay: 'Kindling the flame: Patrick and the Wesleys',Search: a Church of Ireland Joumal, Vo\. 24, 2001, pp. 50-9.4S.HATTERSLEY, Roy: A brand from the buming: the life of John Wesley,London: Little, Brown, 2002, vii 451 pp.49.LLOYD, Gareth: 'Charles Wesley: a new evaluation of his life andministry', University of Liverpool Ph.D. thesis, 2002, 340pp.50.LLOYD, Gareth: "'Running after strange women": an insight into JohnWesley's troubled marriage from a newly discovered manuscript writtenby his wife', Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society, Vo\. 53, 200102, pp. 169-74.51.RACK, Henry Derman: 'Charles Wesley and the Irish inheritancetradition', Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society, Vo\. 53, 200102, pp. 117-26.
METHODIST HISTORICAL LITERATURE, 20026752.RACK, Henry Dennan: Reasonable enthusiast: John Wesley and the riseof Methodism, third edition, London: Epworth Press, 2002, xxi 662pp.53.STONE, Ronald Henry: John Wesley's life & ethics, Nashville: AbingdonPress, 2001, 249pp.54.TURNER, John Munsey: John Wesley: the evangelical revival and therise of Methodism in England, Peterborough: Epworth Press, 2002, x 214pp.See also Nos. 22-5,127, 130-6, 159, 163, 169-75, 180-1, 184, 186-7, 189-90, 192, 194, 198,203-4,209.BIOGRAPHIES: CONTEMPORARIES OF THE WESLEYS55.BATTY, Margaret: Vincent Perronet, 1693-1785: 'the archbishop of theMethodists', Emsworth: WMHS Publications, 2002, 123pp.56.BROWN, Frances: Joal1na Southcott: the woman clothed with the sun,Cambridge: Lutterworth Press, 2002, 352pp.57.COOK, Faith: Selina, Countess of Huntingdon, Edinburgh: Banner ofTruth Trust, 2001, xv 478pp.58.ELLA, George Melvyn: James Hervey: preacher of righteousness, 26February 1714-25 December 1758, Eggleston: Go Publications, 1997,361pp.59.FORSAITH, Peter S.: '''A dearer country": the Frenchness of the Rev.Jean de la Flechere of Madeley, a Methodist Church of England vicar'[with special reference to his links with French and Swiss emigres, basedupon his letters to Charles Wesley], From strangers to citizens: theintegration of immigrant communities in Britain, Ireland and colonialAmerica, 1550-1750, edited by Randolph Vigne and Charles Littleton,Brighton: Sussex Academic Press [for] the Huguenot Society of GreatBritain and Ireland, 2001, pp. 519-26.60.GLEN, Robert: 'A tangled web: the Gilberts of Cornwall and the Gilbertsof Antigua', Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society, Vo\. 53, 200102, pp. 216-25.61.SALO, T.M.: 'John Fletcher: paradigm for the global impact ofWesleyanism', The global impact of the Wesleyan traditions and theirrelated movements, edited by Charles Yrigoyen, Lanham: ScarecrowPress, 2002, pp. 245-58.
68PROCEEDINGS OF THE WESLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY62.VALENTINE, Simon Ross: 'John Bennet: "ye Methodist parson", 17141759', Wesley Historical Society Cumbria Branch Journal, No. 49,Spring 2002, pp. 19-25.63.VALENTINE, Simon Ross: William Grimshaw: the perpetual curate ofHaworth, Bradford: printed by the Printing Unit, University of Bradford,2001,  20pp.See also Nos. 13-15, Ill, 122, 198.BIOGRAPHIES: NINETEENTH CENTURY64.ALLCHIN, Arthur Macdonald: 'Billy Bray and Foolish Dick [Hampton]:Methodist fools for Christ?', Epworth Review, Vol. 29, No. 4, October2002, pp. 54-61.65.COONEY, Dudley Alexander Levistone: 'Bishop's kin' [Adam Averell],Dublin Historical Record, Vol. LV, 2002, pp. 21-42.66.CORNELL, Geoff: 'Hugh Price Hughes: prophet or (dead) loss?',Methodist Recorder, Issue 7560, 14 November 2002, p. 9.67.GREEVES, Nancy: 'The Revd. Samuel Dunn, 1798-1882: reformingreprobate and sanctified smuggler', Wesley Historical Society CumbriaBranch Journal, No. 49, Spring 2002, pp. 2-18.68.HATCHER, Stephen George: 'Remembering a spiritual leader: HughBourne, 1772-1852', Methodist Recorder, Issue 7555, 10 October 2002,p.24.69.JONES, R. Emrys: 'Edmwnd Evans' [continued], Gwyliedydd, No. 117,June-July 2002, p. 16; No. 118, August-September 2002, pp. 14-15; No.120, October-November 2002, pp. 12-13.70.KENT, Alan Mark: Pulp Methodism: the lives & literature of Silas,Joseph & Salome Hocking, three Cornish novelists, St. Austell: CornishHillside Publications, 2002, 240pp.71.LEITCH, Archie: 'The Reverend "citizen" John Kennedy (1794-1851):Paisley's little known radical', Scottish Methodism: Journal of theScottish Branch of the Wesley Historical Society, Vol. 32, 2002, pp. 4-16.72.PARKES, WiIliam: 'Lorenzo Dow, 1777-1834: "the eccentriccosmopolite"', Wesley papers: papers presented to the Wesley Fellowshipconference ill 2000, edited by Paul Taylor, Ilkeston: the Fellowship inassociation with Moorley's Print & Publishing, 2002, pp. 71-86.
69METHODIST HISTORICAL LITERATURE, 200273.VICKERS, John Ashley: 'George Dyson, alias John Bernard Walker',Methodist History, Vol. XLI, 2002-03, pp. 309-15.74.WELLINGS, Martin: "'A friendly and familiar book for the busy":WiIliam Arthur's The successful merchant: sketches of the life of Mr.Samuel Budgett', The use and abuse of time in Christian history: papersread at the 1999 summer meeting and the 2000 winter meeting of theEcclesiastical HistOlY Society, edited by Robert Norman Swanson,Studies in Church History, Vol. 37, Woodbridge: Boydell Press for theSociety, 2002, pp. 275-88.See also Nos. IOGRAPHIES: TWENTIETH CENTURY75.DAVIES, Tudor: Cofio Tecwyn - 'pregethwr dan eneiniad': y parch. D.Tecwyn Evalls, M.A., D.D., 1876-1957, Caernarfon: Gwasg Pantycelyn,2002, 384pp.76.FERGUSON, George Wesley:Publications, 2001, 146pp.77.FERGUSON, George Wesley: People & places, [Dublin]: SmallPublishing Company, 2001, 238pp.78.GIBBINS, Albert Edward: Infantry padre [September 1943-May 1945],South Church: Pentland Books, 2001, xvi 52pp.79.JOHNSTON, Sheila Turner: Alice: a life of Alice Milligan, Omagh:Colourpoint Press, 1994, 159pp.80.PRATT, Bell: 'Journeying with the gospel' [reminiscences of a Methodistlocal preacher], Wesley Historical Society Cumbria Branch foumal, No.50, Autumn 2002, pp. 11-18; No. 51, Spring 2003, pp. 7-18.81.RODDIE, Robin Parker: 'Padraig and Eily O'Horan: a story of rebellionand redemption', Dublin Historical Record, Vol. LV, 2002, pp. 75-87.82.ROGGELIN, Holger: Franz Hildebralldt: ein lutherischer Dissenter imKirchenkampf und Exil, Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1999,350pp.See also Nos. 23, 129, 168, 194.Memorylane,Dublin:Peric\es
70PROCEEDINGS OF THE WESLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETYTHEOLOGY83.ABRAHAM, WiIliam James: 'The epistemology of conversion: is theresomething new?' [with special reference to John Wesley], Conversion inthe Wesleyan tradition, [edited by] Kenneth Joseph Collins and JohnHorton Tyson, Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2001, pp. 175-91, 282-4.84.BRITTAIN, John Neal: 'William Arthur's The tongue of fire: prepentecostal or proto social gospel?', Methodist History, Vo\. XL, 200102, pp. 246-54.85.CAMPBELL, Ted AlIen: 'Conversion and baptism in Wesleyanspirituality', Conversion in the Wesleyan tradition, [edited by] KennethJoseph Coli ins and John Horton Tyson, Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2001,pp. 160-74,278-82.86.CARVER, Frank G.: 'Growth in sanctification: John Wesley and John ofthe Cross', The Tower: Journal of Nazarene Theological Seminary, Vo\.3, 1999, pp. 33-70.87.COLEMAN, Monica A.: 'The world at its best: a process construction ofa Wesleyan understanding of entire sanctification', Wesleyan TheologicalJournal, Vo\. 37, No. 2, Fall 2002, pp. 130-52.88.COLLINS, Kenneth Joseph: 'John Wesley and the fear of death as astandard of conversion', Conversion in the Wesleyan tradition, [editedby] Kenneth Joseph CoIlins and John Horton Tyson, Nashville: AbingdonPress, 2001, pp. 56-68, 262-6.89.COLLINS, Kenneth Joseph: 'The new creation as a multivalent theme inJohn Wesley's theology', Wesleyan Theological Journal, Vo\. 37, No. 2,Fall 2002, pp. 77-102.90.COLLINS, Kenneth Joseph: 'A reconfiguration of power: the basictrajectory in John Wesley's practical theology', Heart of the heritage:core themes of the WesleyanlHoliness tradition, as highlighted by theWesleyan Theological Society, 1965-2000, edited by Barry Lee Callenand William C. KostIevy, Salem: Schmu\ Publishing Company, 2001, pp.\3\-50.91.COLWELL, John Ernest: 'Offending in many things: a comparison ofJohn Wesley and Thomas Aquinas on the nature of sin in the believer',Wesley papers: papers presented to the Wesley Fellowship conference in2000, edited by Paul Taylor, I1keston: the Fellowship in association withMoorley's Print and Publishing, 2002, pp. 3-14.
METHODIST HISTORICAL LITERATURE, 20027192.CONOLLY, Katherine Simmons: 'A Wesleyan understanding of grace asresponsible and therapeutic: a path to transformational spirituality',George Fo? University D.Min. thesis, 2002, viii 143pp.93.DORMAN, Theodore Martin: 'Forgiveness of past sins: John Wesley onjustification' , Pro Ecc/esia, Vo!. 10, 200 I, pp. 275-94.94.FEWKES, Geoffrey: 'John Wesley and Reader Harris: stages insalvation', Wesley papers: papers presented to the Wesley Fellowshipconference in 2000, edited by Paul Taylor, Ilkeston: the Fellowship inassociation with Moorley's Print and Publishing, 2002, pp. 87-98.95.KIM, 10 Joong: 'Sanctification and its prudential means to Wesley',Korea loumal of Systematic Theology, Vo!. 3, 1999, pp. 135-54.96.KLAIBER, Waiter: 'John Wesley und das orthodoxe Verstiindnis vomHeil: ein Beitrag zum Gespriich zwischen Orthodoxie und Methodismus',Orthodoxie in Begegnung und Dialog: Festschrift fill' MetropolitAugoustinos, edited by Anastasios Kallis and Evmenios von Lefka,Munster: Theophano-Verlag, 1998, pp. 313-27 and Theologie fill' diePraxis, Vo!. 24, 1998, pp. 142-53.97.KNIGHT, Henry Hawthorn: 'The transformation of the human heart: theplace of conversion in Wesley's theology', Conversion in the Wesleyantradition, [edited bYl Kenneth Joseph Collins and John Horton Tyson,Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2001, pp. 43-55, 259-62.98.LECLERC, Diane: Singleness of heart: gender, sin and holiness inhistorical perspective [with special reference to the early Church Fathers,John Wesley and Phoebe Palmer], Lanham: Scarecrow Press, 2001, xvii 195pp.99.LLOYD, Gareth: "'A cloud of perfect witnesses": John Wesley and theLondon disturbances, \760-1763' [with special reference to the role ofGeorge Bell], Asbury Theological lournal, Vo!. 56, No. 2No!. 57, No. I,Fall200l/Spring 2002, pp. 117-36.100. LOBODY, Diane: "'It was of infinite use to me": good news from thepoor in early Methodism', loumal of Theology (United TheologicalSeminary), Vo\. 105, Summer 2001, pp. 59-73.101. LODAHL, Michael Eugene: "'The witness of the Spirit" revisited: is theputatively therapeutic character of Wesley's doctrine of assuranceactually feasible?', Between nature and grace: mapping the inteiface ofWesleyan theology and psychology - papers presented at the conferenceof the Society of Psychology and Wesleyan Theology, held at AsburyTheological Seminary, March 29-31 2000, San Diego: Wesleyan Center
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