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Excerpt from The History of Methodism in Kentucky, Vol. 1
Anxious for the success Of Christianity, and the exten sion Of the Redeemer's kingdom, it cheerfully bids God speed to all who love the Saviour, and rejoices in the prosperity of Zion, whether in its own or in other branches of the Church of Christ.
The biographical sketches to be found in these pages are simply sketches. They claim to be nothing more. The limits of our work, when we take into consideration the number of the ministers who have Occupied this field, and have been called from labor to reward, forbid our indulging in detailed historical narrative. In many instances we desired to give more lengthened accounts of the lives and labors Of the noble men who laid the foundations of Methodism in these western wilds, but we dared not gratify our own wishes. We have allowed all the space which might be considered expedient.
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bound: 486 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 9, 2017)
isbn: 1330491343, 978-1330491348,
weight: 1.4 pounds (