Methodist Theologians A



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Arthur, William (1819-1901)

Methodist Theologians A

1   A Mission to Mysore with Scenes and Facts Illustrative of India, its People, and its Religion (1850)

2   Addresses Delivered in New York, by William Arthur, A. M., with a Biographical Sketch of the Author (1856)

3   Italy in Transition - Public Scenes and Private Opinions, spring 1860, Illustrated by Papal Archives, of the Revolted Legations (1860)

4   May we Hope for a Great Revival? (1868)

5   On the Difference between Physical and Moral Law (1883)

6   Our Unseen Companions (microfilm) (1896)

7   Proceedings of the Ecumenical Methodist Conference - Held in City Road Chapel, London, September 1881 (1882)

8   Proceedings of the Ecumenical Methodist Conference - Held in the Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington, October 1891 (1892)

9   The Duty of Giving away a Stated Portion of our Income (microfilm) (1899)

10 The Life of Gideon Ouseley (1876)



11   The People's Day' - An Appeal to the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M. P., Against his Advocacy of a French Sunday (1855)

12  The Pope, The Kings, and The People - A History of the Movement to make the Pope Governor of the World by a Universal Reconstruction of Society from the Issue of the Syllabus to the Close of the Vatican Council Volume 1 (1877)

13   The Pope, The Kings, and The People - A History of the Movement to make the Pope Governor of the World by a Universal Reconstruction of Society from the Issue of the Syllabus to the Close of the Vatican Council Volume 2 (1877)

14  The Successful Merchant - Sketches of Mr. Samuel Budgett, Late of Kingswood Hill (1858)

15  The Tongue of Fire or The True Power of Christianity (1885)

The following is an excerpt from the Biographical Sketch of William Arthur in his book of Addresses Delivered in New York.

Mr. Arthur was born in the County of Antrim, Ireland, in the year 1819. At an early age he was converted to God, and joined the Methodist Society in the town of Westport, situated on the shores of Clew Bay, which, if not one of the most beautiful, is at least one of the most magnificent bays in the world. He received his literary training in a classical school in Mayo, and at the early age of eighteen was sent to the Wesleyan Theological Institute at London. After finishing his theological course, he was sent out by the British Conference as a missionary to the Mysore country, in India. On the voyage he mastered the grammar of the Canarese language, the dialect of the people to whom he was going to preach; and was enabled, at the expiration of three months after he reached the station, to preach to the natives in their own tongue half an hour at a time without a book.


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