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The field was pioneered by staff of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Smithsonian Institution's Bureau of American Ethnology, men such as John Wesley Powell and Frank Hamilton Cushing.
John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, believed in an intermediate state between death and the resurrection of the dead and in the possibility of " continuing to grow in holiness there ", but Methodism does not officially affirm this belief and denies the possibility of helping by prayer any who may be in that state.
Those who uphold the original beliefs of Jacobus Arminius himself, is the common way to define Arminianism, but those of Hugo Grotius, John Wesley and others also understood the term as a sort of umbrella for a bigger alliance of ideas as well.
Classical Arminianism, which sees Arminius as the main contributor, and Wesleyan Arminianism, which sees John Wesley as the main contributor, are the two main outlooks on how the system is realistic in detail.
This same dynamic between Arminianism and Calvinism can be seen in the heated discussions between friends and fellow Methodist ministers John Wesley and George Whitefield.
While Wesley freely made use of the term " Arminian ," he did not self-consciously root his soteriology in the theology of Arminius but was highly influenced by 17th-century English Arminianism and thinkers such as John Goodwin, Jeremy Taylor and Henry Hammond of the Anglican " Holy Living " school, and the Remonstrant Hugo Grotius.
John Wesley has historically been the most influential advocate for the teachings of Arminian soteriology.
* 1895 – American Frontier murderer and outlaw, John Wesley Hardin, is killed by an off-duty policeman in a saloon in El Paso, Texas.
In 1763, Greek Orthodox bishop Erasmus of the Diocese of Arcadia, visited London, where John Wesley had considerable conversation with him, and ordained several Methodist lay preachers as priests, including John Jones.
John Wesley a bishop or not, If he was episcopally consecrated, Wesley could not openly announce this without incurring the penalty of the Præmunire Act.
Since John Wesley ordained and sent forth every Methodist preacher in his day, who preached and baptized and ordained, and since every Methodist preacher who has ever been ordained as a Methodist was ordained in this direct " succession " from Wesley, then the Methodist Church teaches that it has all the direct merits coming from apostolic succession, if any such there be.
This is because John Wesley believed that bishops and presbyters constituted one order, citing an ancient opinion from the Church of Alexandria.
John Wesley held that, as a presbyter, though not a bishop, he had the power to transmit apostolic succession to others and himself ordained ministers for the United States.
John Wesley, along with a priest from the Anglican Church and two other elders, operating under the ancient Alexandrian custom, ordained Thomas Coke a " superintendent ", although Coke embraced the title " bishop ".
Dutch national first-team players Ryan Babel, Wesley Sneijder, Rafael van der Vaart, Maarten Stekelenburg, Eljero Elia, André Ooijer, John Heitinga and Nigel de Jong had also came through the ranks at Ajax and all are now playing for top-flight clubs.
They were considered a Catholic innovation, not widely practiced until the 18th century, and were opposed vigorously in worship by a number of Protestant Reformers, including Martin Luther ( 1483 – 1546 ), John Calvin ( 1509 – 1564 ) and John Wesley ( 1703 – 1791 ).
John Wesley consecrated Thomas Coke a " General Superintendent ," and directed that Francis Asbury also be consecrated for the United States of America in 1784, where the Methodist Episcopal Church first became a separate denomination apart from the Church of England.
An early example of the term in its more modern use is found in the sermons of John Wesley.
* The New Birth, John Wesley, sermon # 45.
Alston's teaching style was influenced by the work of John Dewey, Arthur Wesley Dow, and Thomas Munro.

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His colonial ancestors included John Pike ( 1613-1688 / 1689 ), the founder of Woodbridge, New Jersey.
* 1620 – John Graunt, English statistician and founder of the science of demography ( d. 1674 )
The software is developed and sold by Autodesk, Inc., first released in December 1982 by Autodesk in the year following the purchase of the first form of the software by Autodesk founder, John Walker.
Other authors who used the name were Major John Bernard Arbuthnot MVO, the column's founder, and William Hartston, the current author of its revived form.
Behaviorism insisted on working only with what can be seen or manipulated and in the early views of John B. Watson, a founder of the field, nothing was inferred as to the nature of the entity that produced the behavior.
Lagow provided the animal to Texas Parks and Wildlife officials for identification, but Lagow reported in a September 17, 2006 phone interview with John Adolfi, founder of the Lost World Museum, that the " critter was caught on a Tuesday and thrown out in Thursday's trash.
The name was coined by John Thomas, who was the group's founder.
Dartmouth alumni serving as CEOs or company presidents include Charles Alfred Pillsbury, founder of Pillsbury Company and patriarch of Pillsbury family, Sandy Alderson ( San Diego Padres ), John Donahoe ( eBay ), Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. ( IBM ), Charles E. Haldeman ( Putnam Investments ), Donald J.
One form is equality of persons in right, sometimes referred to as natural rights, and John Locke is sometimes considered the founder of this form .< ref > Arneson Richard, " Egalitarianism ", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy ( 2002.
John Locke, George Berkeley, and David Hume were the primary exponents of empiricism in the 18th century Enlightenment, with Locke being the person who is normally known as the founder of empiricism as such.
Other influential conservationists of the Progressive Era included George Bird Grinnell ( a prominent sportsmen who founded the Boone and Crockett Club ), the Izaak Walton League and John Muir, the founder of the Sierra Club in 1892.
* 1865 – John Haden Badley, English school founder ( d. 1967 )
In 1536, with Protestantism in the ascendancy, John Calvin, the founder of Calvinism, became the spiritual leader of the city.
* John Thomas Gent, founder of British clock makers, Gents ' of Leicester
Henry was the third child of King John I of Portugal, founder of the Aviz dynasty, and of Philippa of Lancaster, John of Gaunt's daughter.
* 1888 – John Bosco, Italian priest, youth worker, educator, founder of the Salesian Society ( b. 1815 )
John Ono Lennon, MBE, born John Winston Lennon ( 9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980 ) was an English musician, singer and songwriter who rose to worldwide fame as a founder member
More substantial backing came from John Roebuck, the founder of the celebrated Carron Iron Works, near Falkirk, with whom he now formed a partnership.
In 1897 the Pender Laboratory was founding at University College, London and Fleming took up the Pender Chair after the £ 5000 was endowed as a memorial to John Pender, the founder of Cable and Wireless.
* Sir John Brown ( industrialist ) ( 1816 – 1896 ), UK inventor of a process for rolling armor-plate and founder of the Atlas steelworks, Sheffield Towers
* John E. Brown ( 1879 – 1957 ), founder of John Brown University

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