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    Always an Island Boy by Davis, Elbert Lee, Sr

    no city, NC: Self-published by the author, 2004. Spiral_bound. Unpaginated, about fifty pages, illustrated with poorly-reproduced snapshot photography, a copy-shop production with photo-decorated cover sheets and a black comb spine. Item has a little edgewear, a small dog-ear within, a clean sound copy with no ownership or any other markings except for the author's signed inscription inside the front cover (as "Elbert and Edna Stone") --which may be actually handwritten by Elbert's wife, Edna Stone who evidently went by her maiden name.


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    Ritual de la Iglesia Metodista by Methodist Church (USA)

    Board of Publication of the Methodist Church, Inc.. Hardcover. B00V2OXNCK 1965 Board of Publication of the Methodist Church, Inc. (San Antonio, Texas), 5 3/8 x 7 3/4 inches tall blue hardbound, no dust jacket, gilt lettering to front cover, sewn-in ribbon marker, iv, 76 pp. Covers mildly rubbed and edgeworn. Prior owner bookplate and 1969 ownership notation of Rev. Doroteo Venegas, who led Spanish language services at the First United Methodist Church in Whittier, California in the 1970s. Rev. Venegas' marginal pencil notations throughout, especially to the second half of the book. Despite the detractions, an excellent reading / working copy of a very scarce Methodist service manual. OCLC (No. 31881861), locates only four copies at institutions worldwide. ~ZZZ~ The Methodist Church was the name adopted by the Methodist denomination formed in the United States by the reunion on May 10, 1939, of the northern and southern factions of the Methodist Episcopal Church with the Methodist Protestant Church. Its book of liturgy was The Book of Worship for Church and Home, editions of which were published in 1945 and 1965. This was its Spanish language book of liturgy. The Methodist Church merged with the Evangelical United Brethren Church on April 23, 1968, to form The United Methodist Church. . Fair. 1965. First Edition.


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    Baptism: the door in service to the bride by Ramsey, E.G

    Houston, MO: America Today Publishers, [200-]. 56p., very good in staplebound wraps. Christian Identity tract.


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    The Way of Renewal. (GS Misc 533). by GENERAL SYNOD OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND

    London: Church House Publishing, 1998. 0715155423. A Report by the Board of Mission of the General Synod of the Church of England. "A collection of stories depicting the renewal of spiritual life in nine areas of Church life, including spirituality, initiation, worship and social action. Each chapter includes questions for reflection and a resources section, and the book is suitable for individual and group study." Pp.viii/152. Paperback. VG. .


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    How firm a foundation; a Centennial history of the First Methodist Church, San Leandro, California by Stuart, Reginald R. and Grace D

    San Leandro: Lawton Kennedy for The First Methodist Church, 1953. 127p., 7.5x10.75 inches, tipped-in color frontis photo, foreword by Reverend Howard Greenwalt, preface, allegorical preface, appendix, notes, index, b&w illustrations throughout ioncluding plans and photos, 1/500 copies, very good in original green cloth and gilt.


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    Piety Among the Peasantry: Being Sketches of Primitive Methodism on the Yorkshire Wolds. by WOODCOCK, Rev. Henry

    London: Joseph Toulson, 1889.. 1st edition. A history of Primitive Methodism in the Yorkshire Wolds at the beginning of the nineteenth century, written with much detail about individual villages and including some dialect language. "It stirred the people as they had never been stirred before. Hamlets and villages, where life had run the even tenor of its way, from generation to generation, were roused to a lively and passionate interest in things spiritual and divine..."(author's preface). Pp.viii/268/4(ads for other publications), owner's name to front free endpaper, toning to title page with "shadow" of name to free endpaper, one or two light marginal spots and a few small ink marks, inner hinges cracked. Blue illustrated bevelled cloth with gilt title to front and spine, creasing to spine with wear to top and tail and corners, boards rubbed. Scarce. Good. .


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    Church planting in the African American community by Cox, Michael J. and Joe Samuel Ratliff

    Valley Forge: Judson Press, 2002. Paperback. xi, 112p., first printing, wraps. European American authors.


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    Sermons on Several Occasions Volume 6. by WESLEY (JOHN)

    Printed by Thomas Cordeux,, 1821.. Fair to Good.


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    Up from Methodism by Asbury, Herbert

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1926. 174p., first edition, original cloth spine with orange boards, slightly edge worn, traces of old tape on blank endpapers.


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    An Essay on Recreations by Perronet, Vincent

    J. and P. Knapton, R. Manby and H. S. Cox, and J.. PAMPHLET. B00KPYJK3O 1745 'Printed, and Sold by J. and P. Knapton in Ludgate-Street, R. Manby and H. S. Cox on Ludgate-Hill, and J. Roberts at the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane' (London), 4 5/8 x 7 1/4 inches tall disbound pamphlet, [2], 27, [1] pp. Minor age-toning and slight creasing to title page and preceding page. Trimming to top edge shaves a few page numbers slightly. Otherwise, apart from a bit of edgewear, a very good copy of a scarce work by an important figure in early Methodism. ESTC records only one copy in North America, at McMasters University Library. Reference: ESTC No. T80741. ~SSS~ Vincent Perronet (1693-1785) was an Anglo-Swiss clergyman of the Church of England, the vicar of Shoreham, Kent and an early Methodist. On February 14, 1744, he had his first interview with John Wesley, who was impressed by his piety. Both the Wesleys visited him and preached in his church in 1746; when Charles Wesley preached there a riot took place, and he was defended by one of Perronet's sons, Charles. The Wesleys looked to Perronet for advice and support: he was a close friend. He attended the Methodist conference of June 15, 1747. A letter from him in February 1751 led John Wesley to decide on marrying. Perronet wrote in defence of the Methodists, and was called "the archbishop of Methodism". He encouraged a Methodist Society at Shoreham, headed by his unmarried daughter Damaris, entertained itinerant preachers, attended their sermons, and had preaching in his kitchen every Friday evening. He held a daily Bible-reading in his house. In 1769 he had a long illness, and, when recovering in January 1770, received visits from John Wesley and from Selina, Countess of Huntingdon. In 1771 he upheld Wesley against the countess and her party at the time of the Bristol conference. Perronet died on May 9, 1785 at the age of 92, and was buried at Shoreham by Charles Wesley, who preached a funeral sermon on the occasion. . Very Good. 1745.


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    The Downs Memorial Family Album 1993 (cover title: Downs Memorial United Methodist Church, Oakland, California, Reverend Douglass E. Fitch, Pastor by Downs Memorial United Methodist Church

    Oakland: The Church, 1998. Hardcover. 31p., 19p., 13p., (various paginations for sections) 8.25x10.25 inches, church history, illustrated with color photos of members and leaders, names and addresses of members at rear, very good oversized trade paperback in white pictorial wraps.


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    The Anglican Divines on Prayer, Jewel, Andrewes, and Hooker by John Booty

    This paperback is still in good condition. It has been used and you can see the wear on the cover. The pages are crisp, clean and white. "The Anglican Divines of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries may seem at first sight to have little relevance to twentieth-century Christianity, to a time when the future of the Episcopal Church in this country seems uncertain...."


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    Church and Sunday-School Work in Yonkers: Its Origin and Progress by Kirkwood, Agnes E

    New York: George L. Shearer, 1889. First edition. Cloth. Wear at the spine ends else a very good copy.. Frontis, 523 pp. 8vo.


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    Bible Studies in Prophecy by Culp, G Richard

    Seymour MO: Historical Mennonite Faith, 1971. Includes chart 11 x 14, Parallelism in the book of Revelation.. Hard Cover. Good/Poor. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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    Baptist Pathfinders: study guide for middle and senior adult groups, ages 35 and above; Nurture for Baptist Churches, series four vol. 80, #1

    Nashville: Sunday School Publishing Board, 1990. 32p., 5.5x8.5 inches, introduction, very good booklet in stapled tan wraps.


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    Hymnbook 1982 by The Church Pension Fund

    This book is in very good condition. There is little to no wear on the front, back and spine of the cover boards, as well as no wear on the edges. There is no bumping on the corners. The pages are still white, crisp, and clear of any markings. "In the past several decades, the renewal of the spiritual life of the Church has created a pressing need for new hymnody and liturgical music. This has served as a catalyst for a world-wide outburst of creative liturgical and musical activity of a magnitude perhaps unparalleled since the Reformation. The Hymnal, 1982 , the culmination of more than a decade of work by the Standing Commission on Church Music, incorporates many of the riches of this contemporary renaissance. This hymnal is a response to the challenge of the Church's mission to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ to a changed and changing world...." - Preface from Hymnbook 1982


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    African Methodism and foreign missions; an appraisal of the foreign missionary work of the A. M. E. Church, with recommendations for a new policy of selecting and assigning episcopal leadership in foreign fields by Coan, Josephus R

    N. pl: J. R. Coan, 1951. [12]p., wraps. The African American minister issued his report in conjunction with his campaign to become the AME Church's Missionary Bishop.


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    Il Libro della Preghiera Comune e l' Ammminisrazione dei Sacramenti e gli altri riti e cerimonie della Chiesa Secondo I'uso della Chiesa Episcopale by Thomas Cranmer

    This book is in very good condition. There is minimal to no wear on the front, back and edges of the cover boards.The corners have been bumped. The previous owners name is stamped on the inside of the front cover board and his seal is affixed to the front page. The pages are crisp and clean from any markings. The pages are starting to yellow. "...This is not the first time that a Book of Common Prayer has been Made available for use in congregational worship in Italy. More than a century ago, forms of worship which had been prepared by members of the Italian Reformed Church were reviewed by Lord Plunket, Archbishop of Dublin, and others. These services were then issued with the approval of the Bishop of Salisbury, to whom the Archbishop of Canterbury, acting for the Lambeth Conference of 1878, had entrusted spiritual oversight of the reformed congregation in Italy...." - Introduzione from Il Libro della Preghiera Comune e l' Ammminisrazione dei Sacramenti e gli altri riti e cerimonie della Chiesa Secondo I'uso della Chiesa Episcopale


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    Minutes of the twenty-first annual session of the Chilton County District Baptist Women's Association; held with the Morning Star no. 1 Baptist Church, August 5, 1932

    Clanton, AL: the Association, 1932. Pamphlet. 8p., wraps creased and smudged, some internal creasing and foxing, 6.26x9.25 inches.


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    The Irish in World Methodism 1760-1900 by Taggart, Norman W

    London: Epworth Press,. Hardback. 222pp. A study of the contribution of Irishmen and women to world Methodism, focusing on various issues: relationships with other faiths and races; slavery; relationships with Catholicism; missionary work; etc. a wide-ranging and scholarly work. Hint of rubbing to dw. Fine, bright copy in near fine dust wrapper. . Hardcover. First edition. 1986.


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    The Downs Memorial Family Album 1998 (cover title: 50th Anniversary Downs Memorial United Methodist Church, Oakland, California by Downs Memorial United Methodist Church

    Oakland: The Church, 1998. Hardcover. 35p., 21p., 15p., (various paginations for sections) 8.25x10.25 inches, church history with b&w photos, color photos of present-day members and leaders, names and addresses of members at rear, very good in white pictorial buckram cloth boards.


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    Anglican Congress 1954 by Powel Mills Dawley

    This book is in good condition. There is some foxing of paper cover and the front corners are bumped, otherwise the inside is unmarked .Foreword, by Henry Knox Sherrill -- Introduction, by Walter H. Gray -- The opening of the Congress: addresses by Henry Knox Sherrill, Geoffrey Francis Fisher -- Topic I. our vocation: addresses by J. W. C. Wand, Philip Carrington, J. P. Hickinbothem -- Topic II. our worship: addresses by Massey H. Shepherd Jr., David Colin Dunlop -- Topic III. our message: addresses by John S. Moyes, Richard Ambrose Reeves, Kathleen Bliss -- Topic IV. our work: addresses by Charles P. Taft, Bravid W. Harris, Leslie S. Hunter -- Mass meeting of missionary witness: addresses by Adelukun Williamson Fowell Olumide Howells, William Jones Gordon Jr., Hiyanirindu Lakdasa Jacob de Mel -- The closing session: report of the Editorial Committee, the Congress message -- The closing service: sermon by the Archbishop of Dublin -- Concluding words by Geoffrey Francis Fisher -- Appendices: I Congress officers and committees, II daily program, III delegates from the churches and directory of Congress participants.


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    Woman's rightful place." Women in United Methodist history by Gorrell, Donald K

    Dayton: United Theological Seminary, 1980. 62p., wraps, staples rusting else very good.


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    e/sa: engage/social action vol. 6, no. 6, June 1978

    Washington: United Methodist Church, 1978. 47p., 5.25x8.25 inches, illustrations, lightly-worn otherwise very good first edition booklet in stapled brown pictorial wraps. The major article is a 31p. forum on the Hispanic church in Methodism.


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    The Worker: a missionary and educational quarterly [four issues]

    Washington DC: Progressive National Baptist Convention, 1997. Four issues of the staplebound journal, whole numbers 241, 245, 246, 249. No. 245 is rather edgeworn; the others less worn but with toned and mottled covers. Some small dog ears.


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