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Historical

January 2014
Articles > Historical

Daniel Rowland – man of truth and power (3)

Daniel Rowland’s theology came from the 39 Articles and Westminster Larger Catechism, and, chiefly, the Bible. He championed the reforming principles of Hus, Jerome, Cranmer, Ridley and Calvin.   He was in his preaching an able and a balanced theologian, who contended earnestly for the faith once delivered to the saints. But he was…

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Daniel Rowland – man of truth and power (2)

Historical

November 2013
Articles > Historical

Daniel Rowland – man of truth and power (2)

John Rowland, Daniel’s brother, seemed quite content to give Daniel every liberty (see October ET). So Llangeitho became the base for Daniel’s ministry and, for some 50 years (he died on 16 October 1790 — his 77th year), his congregation never went below 3000. This is an amazing fact, when it is remembered that…

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Historical

October 2013
Articles > Historical

Daniel Rowland – man of truth and power (1)

Daniel Rowland was born in 17131 at Pantybeudy in the parish of Llancwnlle, near Llangeitho, Cardiganshire. He had an elder brother, John, and both sons were intended for the ministry by their father, who was the vicar. On the death of his father in 1731, his elder brother John succeeded him, while Daniel completed…

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January 2012
Articles > Historical

Welsh Calvinistic Methodism – a denomination and a declaration

Statue of Daniel Rowland at Llangeitho, Ceredigion (Roger Kidd) / CC BY-SA 2.0   Welsh Calvinistic Methodism — a denomination and a declaration It was an occasion that passed largely unnoticed outside Wales, but 2011 marked the anniversary of an event of great significance for the Welsh Calvinistic Methodists. Two hundred years ago, they…

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God’s gift to North Wales- Thomas Charles of Bala (1755-1814)

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October 2005
Articles > Historical

God’s gift to North Wales- Thomas Charles of Bala (1755-1814)

The gravestone epitaph concludes with the words: 'North Wales (the more immediate field of his ministerial labours for thirty years) will probably retain traces of his various and strenuous exertions to promote the kingdom of Christ till time shall be no more'. The grave is that of Thomas Charles of Bala, best known for…

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November 1999
Articles > Guest column

Influential words from wise men

Over the years certain sayings have helped to clarify my thinking and have had a formative influence in my life. One such saying comes from Daniel Rowland (1711-90) who said that throughout his life he had been seeking to learn four lessons: 'to repent, without despairing; to be angry without sinning'. The fact that…

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