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John Wesley was born on June 17, 1703 and died on March 2, 1791. The British Theologian born in Epworth ,England.
On the journey to America, Wesley met Moravian settlers and was influenced by their faith and strict adherence to living a Christian life. This would be the basis of his theology of Methodism.
His theology evolved from their teachings and Wesley believed that all people are capable of being saved by faith in Christ.
He returned to England to work with Moravians full time.Wesley did not believe in predestination, that some people had been chosen by God to be saved and others not chosen by God.
Wesley was anti slavery he said "liberty is the right of every human creature, as soon as he breathes the vital air; and no human law can deprive him of that right which he derives from the law of nature."
Wesley while in America published a collection of Psalms and Hymns, the first Anglican hymn published in America. He did not drink wine and warned others about the dangers of alcohol. Wesley dying words were "The best of all is, God is with us." Wesley was very charitable and died poor.
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