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John Wesley and slavery /

by Smith, Warren Thomas
Published by : Abingdon Press, (Nashville (US) :) Physical details: 160 p. ; 22 x 14 cm. ISBN: 068720433X. Subject(s): RELIGION | WESLEY, JUAN (1703-1791) | ESCLAVITUD Y --IGLESIA | IGLESIA METODISTA | DOCTRINAS Year: 1986
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One aspect of John Wesley`s life given scant attention by most biographers is his impassioned efforts to end slavery. Utilizing Wesley`s letters, diaries, amd other writings, Warren Thomas Smith chronicles John Wesley`s relationship to slavery from his first encounter with chained slaves in Charleston, South Carolina, to his subsequent systematic investigation of and condemnation of the slave trade.

Slavery.

John Wesley and his family.

Georgia: the weesleys meet slavery.

Wesleys in England: 1738-1757.

Wesleyan witness in the caribbean.

Wesley`s cooments on slavery.

Benezet: a quaker opponent of slavery.

Wesley`s thoughts upon slavey, 1774.

Abolition of slavery.

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