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Thomas Coke, apostle of Methodism

by John Vickers

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Published in Nashville .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesThe Wesley historical society lecture -- 30, Wesley historical society lecture -- 30.
The Physical Object
Pagination394 s.
Number of Pages394
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26596123M
ISBN 100687418569
ISBN 109780687418565
OCLC/WorldCa925014566

Thomas Coke (bishop): | | ||| | Bishop Coke. | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. Autobiographical journals of Thomas Coke, an important figure to both American and Methodist these journals Thomas Coke gives contemporaneous detailed impressions of lateth century North America from his nine visits and four Caribbean tours. Using the edition of the.

Thomas Coke was a British clergyman. He was the first superintendent of the Methodist Church in America. He is an author, indexer, editor, and publisher. His books include: The Story of Canterbury Methodism; Thomas Coke: Apostle of Methodism; Methodism in a Cathedral City; The Journals of Dr. Thomas Coke; and in the children's Ladybird series, John Wesley, founder of Methodism. He has been a member of the Methodist Archives and History committee Format: Ebook.

Thomas Coke was pleased. After a "very agreeable voyage" of almost seven weeks, he stood once again on firm soil. On this day, November 3, he landed in New York with secret orders from John Wesley that few Methodists even in England knew about.. Just two months earlier, Wesley had secretly ordained Coke as superintendent of the Methodist Church in the American colonies with power to. Thomas Coke. Bishop Thomas Coke () was the first American Methodist bishop. He was born in the Welsh town of Brecon, the son of a wealthy apothecary. He was educated at Jesus College, Oxford, and took Anglican orders in Coke was driven from his curacy in because of his evangelical leanings and he then joined with the Methodists.


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Ever since John Wesley departed from Anglican usage by "consecrating" him as Superintendent of American Methodism, Thomas Coke has been a center of controversy. Though remembered primarily as the "Father of Methodist missions" he was a key figure in the development of Methodism on both sides of the Atlantic in the years before and after Wesley's by: 8.

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Ever since John Wesley departed from Anglican usage by consecrating him as Superintendent of American Methodism, Thomas Coke has been a center of controversy. Though remembered primarily as the Father of Methodist missions, he was a key figure in the development of Methodism on both sides of the Atlantic in the years before and after Wesley's death.

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He has been a member of the Methodist Archives and History committee Pages:. Thomas Coke, (born Sept. 9,Brecon, Brecknockshire, Wales—died May 3,at sea en route from Liverpool to Ceylon), English clergyman, first bishop of the Methodist Church, founder of its missions, and friend of Methodism’s founder, John Wesley, who called Coke his “right hand.”.

Coke was ordained an Anglican priest in and served as curate at South Petherton. J.A. Vickers, Thomas Coke, Apostle of Methodism () Frank Baker, 'Dr.

Thomas Coke and Methodism in the Isle of Wight', in WHS Proceedings, 38 pp John A. Vickers, 'Coke and Asbury: a comparison of Bishops', in Methodist History, Octoberpp W. Thomas Smith, 'Thomas Coke's Doctorate', in WHS Proceedings, 41 ppThomas Coke, Wesley's Right Hand Man.

Thomas Coke () was the only surviving child of Bartholomew Coke, a successful apothecary and city official in Brecon, Wales. Thomas entered Jesus College Oxford as a gentleman commoner, eventually becoming ordained in the Church of England and earning his doctorate in Civil Law.