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What had happened? Whitefield met with both Charles and John Wesley in early , but they could not find common ground. Charles Wesley and me weeping, after prayer, that if possible the breach might be prevented. Christian History asked J. Walsh to explain how Whitefield and Wesley met, how their conflict began, and how their relationship changed.

The relationship between George Whitefield and John Wesley, the two great leaders of the eighteenth-century revival, cannot be neatly described. Their association passed through very different stages. Whitefield arrived at Pembroke College, Oxford, in , a raw, provincial youth with a West Country accent.

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Politics Reformed. Glenn A. Micheal Pasquarello III. Ten Myths About Calvinism. The poem he wrote attacking John was merciless in its rhetoric:. John argued that in such a "case of necessity," where the Church either had no jurisdiction or refused to act, he had simply responded as a New Testament bishop, providing for the needs of the body of Christ. John recognized his difference of opinion with Charles on this matter: "You say I separate from the Church. I say I do not. Then let it stand. If John had ignored Charles's anxiety in this matter, the Methodists might have found themselves out of the Church before their time.

On the other hand, if John had acquiesced to Charles, the American Methodists would never have received ordained preachers. They likely would have been forced to remain a subset of the Anglicans who weathered the Revolution and eventually became the Protestant Episcopal Church. Instead, by the nineteenth century, the Methodists were the largest Protestant denomination in the United States. The Methodists were known as a singing people, largely through the poetic work of the Wesleys.

And though the brothers sometimes disagreed in this area, their collaboration produced better results than either one could have achieved alone. As John described the relationship to Charles, "I may be in some sense the head and you the heart of the work. Although Charles is better known as a hymnwriter, John had published poetry more than a decade before Charles. John even published a hymnal alone in America.