John Wesley's Journal edited by Robert Backhouse and published by Classics Publishing.
John Wesley (1703 - 1791) was one of the leading figures in the unparalleled Evangelistic Revival in the 18th century and the founder of Methodism.
John Wesley’s complete journal fills twenty six volumes from which Wesley himself prepared a four volume edition for publication. Percy Livingstone Parker’s definite 1902 abridgement brings to the reader the best of Wesley’s writings on his own life. This volume, edited by Robert Backhouse, tells in refreshing down-to-earth style of Wesley’s his remarkable preaching tours all over the country. It sets out the true history of the split with the Anglican Church and vividly communicates his experience of God in a long and extraordinary life.