- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Online publication date: December 2013
- Print publication year: 2013
- Online ISBN: 9780511919961
- DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/CCO9780511919961
A product of trans-Atlantic revivalism and awakening, Methodism initially took root in America in the eighteenth century. In the mid-nineteenth century, Methodism exploded to become the largest religious body in the United States and the quintessential form of American religion. This Cambridge Companion offers a general, comprehensive introduction to various forms of American Methodism, including the African-American, German Evangelical Pietist, holiness and Methodist Episcopal traditions. Written from various disciplinary perspectives, including history, literature, theology and religious studies, this volume explores the beliefs and practices around which the lives of American Methodist churches have revolved, as well as the many ways in which Methodism has both adapted to and shaped American culture. This volume will be an invaluable resource to scholars and students alike, including those who are exploring American Methodism for the first time.
Randy L. Maddox - Duke Divinity School
John Wigger - author of American Saint and Taking Heaven by Storm
Source: Irish Methodist Newsletter
Charles Yrigoyen, Jr Source: Wesley and Methodist Studies
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