Wesley's Notes on the Bible

by John Wesley

Summary

Speaking about evangelical Christianity in the 18th century without discussing John Wesley would be like trying to drive a car without wheels. Wesley was a pietist, preacher, and pioneer of Methodism who is known not only for his organizational skills, but his ability to convict Christians of their need to live a sanctified Christian life. His Notes on the Bible is required reading for Methodist clergy, and a must have on the bookshelf of any Methodist or person who desires to walk the walk of Christian life.

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Born: May 17, 1703
Died: March 2, 1791
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