Sunday, August 9, 2015

CROTON 1947 & 1963: A LOOK BACK AT ASBURY METHODIST'S (REV.) DR. CHARLES J.F. KEIL

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A LOOK BACK AT ASBURY METHODIST'S (REV.) DR. CHARLES J.F. KEIL; click on the images below, courtesy of an Everything Croton elve. And since Croton's Dr. Aurelius Semisa is mentioned in the 1963 article, you may also have an interest in http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2014/05/a-look-back-dr-aurelius-c-semisa-1964.html

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  1. Thank you, for the post. For more on Francis Asbury. I would like to invite you to the website for the book series, The Asbury Triptych Series. The trilogy based on the life of Francis Asbury opens with the book, Black Country. The opening novel in this three-book series details the amazing movement of John Wesley and George Whitefield in England and Ireland. The book richly brings to life the life-changing effects on a Great Britain steeped in addiction to gin and illiteracy. Black Country also details the Wesleyan movement's effect on the future leader of Christianity in the American colonies, Francis Asbury. The website for the book series is www.francisasburytriptych.com. Again, thank you, for the post.

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