The Mind of Methodism (1905)

Harvey Reeves Calkins discusses the Methodist holiness movement and its historical roots in the teachings of John Wesley in the 1700s.

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Harvey Reeves Calkins (1866-1941) was a Methodist minister who graduated from Northwestern University in the Chicago area, rose to prominence as a representative of the Pentecostal League and American editor of “Tongues of Fire,” the League’s monthly publication based in London, England, which was part of the Wesleyan Holiness Movement during the 1890s. In this concise volume Calkins discusses the rationale of the Methodist holiness movement and its historical roots in the teachings of John Wesley, the Anglican clergyman and Christian theologian of the 1700s.