|WikiProject Christianity / Methodism||(Rated Start-class)|
|WikiProject University of Oxford||(Rated Start-class, Low-importance)|
Was the Holy Club an "organization"?
= Use of terms
Did John Wesley 'live' in Oxford or rather 'go up' to 'study' or 'read'? And why the use of the term 'cell group' & 'old fashioned'? Also, this doesn't read particularly intelligent: "This organisation is often said to be the root of the influential Methodist Church." I was led to believe it is the root of the Methodist Church (or movement). And further, I wonder at this: "who distinguished themselves later in life."?
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