Definition of Methodisms
1. methodism [n] - See also: methodism
Lexicographical Neighbors of Methodisms
Literary usage of Methodisms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Methodist Year-book by William Harrison De Puy (1898)
"Other methodisms in the United States. THE following table contains the latest statistics for the ..."
2. The Methodist Review (1883)
"And what we pray—what we anticipate—for British Methodists, we hope may be the result of the Ecumenical Conference to the methodisms of the Canadas and to ..."
3. History of Methodism in Arkansas by Horace Jewell (1892)
"OTHER methodisms—PROTESTANT METHODIST CHURCH ix ARKANSAS — ME CHURCH—AFRICAN METHODISTS— AFRICAN ZION CHURCH—COLORED ME CHURCH. ..."
4. An Appeal to the Records: A Vindication of the Methodist Episcopal Church by Erasmus Q. Fuller (1876)
"THE PRESENT RELATIONS OF THE TWO methodisms. FROM the preceding chapter it appears that the Methodist Episcopal Church has, according to the Minutes of 1875 ..."
5. Religious Thought in England in the Nineteenth Century by John Hunt (1896)
"St Paul exhorted his disciples to put on the whole armour of God that they might be able to withstand ' the methodisms of the devil. ..."
6. Proceedings of the Ecumenical Methodist Conference, Held in City Road Chapel (1881)
"The more numerous and wealthier methodisms may be able to organise and maintain them : it will not be so easy for the less numerous and the less wealthy. ..."