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Whatever Happened to Methodism?
Evangelicalism flourishes. But can it overcome the inner contradictions brought about by its success?


CT Classic: We Are What We Sing
Our classic hymns reveal evangelicalism at its best.


Revival and Revolution

John Wesley: A Gallery of Family, Friends and Foes

The Holy Club

John Wesley and the Eighteenth Century World: Christian History Timeline
One hundred years of turmoil, change, and innovation that laid a foundation for our own day.

John Wesley and Women

A Joyful Sound

George Whitefield

1738 John & Charles Wesley Experience Conversions
They were ordained ministers and missionaries. Then their hearts were "strangely warmed," and their changed lives gave rise to a worldwide movement.


The Forgotten Wesley
Often overshadowed by his famous older brother, Charles Wesley has emerged as perhaps "the greatest hymnwriter of all ages."


Radicals in Times of Revolution


Why Wesley Still Dominates Our Hymnbook
Two centuries later, what's the secret of Charles Wesley's undiminished popularity?


The Hymn Explosion
In 1700, there were precious few English hymns. In 1800, there were hymnbooks galore. What happened?


The Golden Age of Hymns: Did You Know?


The Golden Age of Hymns: Christian History Timeline


America's Hesitation Over Hymns
Why did colonial churches resist the first British musical invasion?


A New Species of Christian Song
Where did the English hymn come from?


Irrational Music Sung By a Mob of Extremists?
Why the Church of England disliked hymns


Three Hymnals That Shaped Today's Worship
The hymnbooks of John Wesley, John Newton, and John Rippon endured for generations.




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