Wesleyanism had modified it in some portions of the country, but intensified it in others.
Mr. Foxall was a convert to Wesleyanism, and a lay minister.
Take, for instance, the case of Mehetabel Wesley, the younger sister of the celebrated founder of Wesleyanism.
It seems to have been her influence, to a large extent, that drew him away from Wesleyanism and religion.
The deacon was inclined to attribute Gladyss gaiety to her Wesleyanism; he himself was a Calvinist.
Methodism has attempted to reform all, but has reformed itself into many forms of Wesleyanism.
But oh, his beloved Gladys, that her feet might be on the Rock and off this sliding sand of Wesleyanism!
But, except in so far as it increased dissent in religion, the liberating influence of Wesleyanism was small.
Of Wesleyanism, we have little to say, except in compliment of its tolerable consistency.
We have seen that the proportions of Wesleyanism in America are much more magnificent than in England.