Methodism and Education, 1849-1902: J.H. Rigg, Romanism, and Wesleyan Schools
Clarendon Press, 1998 - 258 páginas
This thorough history of the Wesleyan Methodist educational efforts in Victorian England discusses the influence of Dr. James Harrison Rigg, Principal of Westminster Training College, who dominated his church and who made friendships with senior politicians of the day. The book also looks in
depth at the influence of anti-Catholicism, which was rampant in the Methodist church of the era.
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