[ US /ˈwɛsɫi/ ]
- English clergyman and founder of Methodism (1703-1791)
- English clergyman and brother of John Wesley who wrote many hymns (1707-1788)
How To Use Wesley In A Sentence
- (Variety's Dennis Harvey called Mr. Friedman's onscreen persona "nebbishy"; The Boston Globe's Wesley Morris was a little nicer, saying, "The movie is the product of his big, shiny love of forgotten soul legends whom superstardom ... has eluded.") Did Pirated 'Wolverine' Review Get Fox 411's Roger Friedman Fired? [Update]
- John Wesley edited an abridged edition and used it widely to support his sermons.
- Yet as blogger Wesley Elsberry discovered when he searched domain registrations, the producers registered the URL "expelledthemovie. com" on March 1, 2007 -- more than a month (and in some cases, several months) before the scientists were interviewed. Archive 2008-04-01
- On the rifle range, Wesley purposely missed the target on his first few tries.
- Wesley was blessed with a living experience of Christ and from the time of his conversion became an earnest evangelist who spent the rest of his long life preaching the gospel.
- Howard Dean, Wesley Clark and now Kerry, with his long string of victories, have seen their faces blazoned across news-magazine covers.
- Not even works of Methodism's co-founder and greatest hymnodist, Charles Wesley, were spared.
- When Wesley died in 1791 over 50% of Methodist members, chapels and preachers were located in the north of England.
- Like some kind of hard-faced but upstanding sheriff in one of those wild west books Wesley took such delight in reading. BEHINDLINGS
- He studied music at the University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh and afterward continued his studies in the United States, where he received a Ph.D. in ethnomusicology from Wesleyan University.