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Methodist Ecumenical Conference, Oxford, 1951

Maldwyn Lloyd Edwards

Methodist Ecumenical Conference, Oxford, 1951

a brief report for guilds, study groups, etc.

by Maldwyn Lloyd Edwards

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Published by Epworth Press in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Maldwyn Edwards.
The Physical Object
Pagination16p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18614517M

Ecumenical Study Conference for East Asia, Christ--the hope of Asia: Papers and minutes of the Ecumenical Study Conference for East Asia, Lucknow, India, December , x, p vols (Madras: Published for the Study Department of the World Council of Churches by the Christian Literature Society, ). We Welcome U. At OUUMC, there is a place for you. We are unified as believers in Jesus Christ, and we understand the importance of community in worship.

The book is comprised of a variety of short essays with the final section comprising in responses from both within and without global Unmasking Methodist Theology is not principally about the actual substance of Methodist or indeed about the work of Methodist theologians themselves but is instead focussed on the (often decidedly non-systematic /5.   Conference clergy member authors/edits new book on Methodism. Charles Yrigoyen, a retired clergy member of The Eastern Pennsylvania Conference, is editor/author of a new book published in England entitled The T & T Clark Companion to .

d. History of the Virginia Conference of the United Brethren in Christ Church, , by A.P. Funkhouser. Note: This book repeats the names as they were spelled in the written minutes each year, and so the same person appears with different names in different years. There are also spelling errors and format inconsistencies in the original text. Proceedings of the Oecumenical Methodist Conference, held in City Road Chapel, London, September, [electronic resource] / (Hamilton [Ont.]: S.G. Stone, , c), by England) Ecumenical Methodist Conference (1st: London (page images at HathiTrust) The Dominion hymnal for Sunday-school and social worship [electronic resource].


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