Baptist Autographs in the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 1741-1845.
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JRUL stands for John Rylands University Library (University of Manchester; UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Heart Religion draws on a trove of little-used British sources, mainly letters and diaries, in the Methodist Archive and Research Centre at the John Rylands University Library, Manchester.
The informative but brief accompanying booklet by Tristram Hunt and Victoria Whitfield is supplemented by a special issue of the Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library.
The first two survive in only a single copy (now Manchester, John Rylands University Library, MS English 86) and were printed by F.
Manchester Information and Associated Services (MIMAS) in collaboration with the John Rylands University Library of Manchester (JRULM) and University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) will host the product service.
Its archives, contained in the John Rylands University Library at the University of Manchester, England, provide the core materials for this book.
Major thematic areas covered include the relationship of Pauline missions to parachurch missions; Wesleyan missionary theology in the works of Richard Watson; the Catholic and Protestant, but predominantly missionary, roots of Latin American Methodism; the Methodist leanings of some African Initiated Churches; and, finally, a discussion of Wesley's works in Latin America and the Methodist Archives and Research Centre at the John Rylands University Library of Manchester.
The Global Impact is divided into three parts: the first contains four essays that deal with theoretical issues concerning overseas missionary work, the second contains fifteen essays that deal with the Wesleyan influence on specific nations or regions of the world; and the third has only two essays and they deal, respectively, with possible ways in which to extend Wesleyan traditions in Latin America and with the resources for further research in Methodist history located at the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, U.