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History of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Nathan Bangs was a self-educated theologian who served as the president of Wesleyan University, was a preacher in Canada, and founded the Methodist Missionary Society. He was well suited to chronicle the history of the Methodist Episcopal Church from 1766 to 1840.

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Nathan Bangs was a self-educated theologian who served as the president of Wesleyan University, was a preacher in Canada, and founded the Methodist Missionary Society. He was well suited to chronicle the history of the Methodist Episcopal Church from 1766 to 1840.

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  • Volume 1
    • BOOK I: From Year 1766 to the Year 1792
    • BOOK II: From the First Conference in 1773, to the Organization of the Church in 1784
    • BOOK III: From the Organization of the Church in 1784, to the First Regular Feneral Conference in 1792
  • Volume 2
    • BOOK III: From the Organization of the Church in 1784, to the First Regular Feneral Conference in 1792
    • BOOK IV: From 1792 to the First Delegated General Conference in 1812
    • BOOK V
  • Volume 3
    • BOOK V (Continued)
  • Volume 4
    • BOOK V (Concluded)

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History of the Methodist Episcopal Church

History of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Nathan Bangs was a self-educated theologian who served as the president of Wesleyan University, was a preacher in Canada, and founded the Methodist Missionary Society. He was well suited to chronicle the history of the Methodist Episcopal Church from 1766 to 1840.

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