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Leslie D. Weatherhead (1893–1976)

Autor(a) de The Will of God

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Obras de Leslie D. Weatherhead

The Will of God (1944) 629 cópias
The Christian Agnostic (1965) 279 cópias
The Transforming Friendship (1928) 114 cópias
A Private House of Prayer (1958) 70 cópias
Prescription for anxiety (1956) 61 cópias
Life begins at death (1969) 52 cópias
Salute to a Sufferer (1962) 52 cópias
In quest of a kingdom (1943) 49 cópias
Personalities of the Passion (1942) 42 cópias
Why do men suffer? (1935) 41 cópias
Jesus and ourselves (1930) 41 cópias
Discipleship (1935) 39 cópias
When the lamp flickers (1948) 38 cópias
Time for God (1967) 28 cópias
His life and ours (1933) 27 cópias
This is the Victory (1941) 27 cópias
The Meaning of the Cross (1982) 26 cópias
Psychology and Life (1940) 25 cópias
That immortal sea (1953) 23 cópias
The Busy Man's Old Testament (1971) 23 cópias
Key next door; [sermons] (1959) 22 cópias
How can I find God? (1933) 19 cópias
It Happened in Palestine (1936) 19 cópias
Wounded spirits (1962) 14 cópias
Thinking aloud in war-time (1940) 11 cópias
The eternal voice (1939) 7 cópias
The Leslie D. Weatherhead Library (1985) 1 exemplar(es)
Prayer in war time 1 exemplar(es)
The inescapable God (1936) 1 exemplar(es)
Rebuilding the Temple 1 exemplar(es)


Conhecimento Comum

Nome de batismo
Weatherhead, Leslie Dixon
Data de nascimento
Data de falecimento
Local de nascimento
London, England, UK
Local de falecimento
Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, England, UK
Locais de residência
London, England, UK
Leicester, Leicestershire, England, UK
Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK
Leeds, Yorkshire, England, UK
London, England, UK (mostrar todas 7)
Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, England, UK
Manchester MA
London PhD
Richmond Theological College
Methodist Minister
The Methodist Church of Great Britain
Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
Edinburgh University Hon. DD
Puget Sound University Hon. DLitt
California University Hon. DD
Pequena biografia
Attended school in Leicester. Entered Methodist Ministry in 1915 and served in the First World War as a 2nd Lieutenant. After the Armistice with Turkey, he became Chaplain to the Devonshire Regiment. In 1919 he took charge of the English Methodist Church in Madras, returning to England in 1922 when he was appointed to the Manchester (Oxford Road) Methodist Circuit. From 1925-1936 he served in the Leeds (Brunswick) Circuit. From 1936 to his retirement in 1960 he was minister at the City Temple, London, where his renowned preaching drew crowded congregations. He served as President of the Methodist Conference, 1955-1956. He retired to Bexhill-on-Sea. He was married to Evelyn, who predeceased him, and he had a daughter and two sons.



"I am writing this book for the 'Christian agnostic,' by which I mean a person who . . . though he is sure of many Christian truths, feels that he cannot honestly 'sign on the dotted line' that he believes certain theological ideas about what some branches of the Church dogmatize." Leslie D. Weatherhead
PendleHillLibrary | Feb 13, 2024 |
Weatherhead is most noticed for his "The Will of God". This volume was added to the library of James S. Edwards, a clerical member of the SC Annual Conference, in 1948. Mr. Edwards of the father of Bethel member Iona Sanders.
BethelUMC | Apr 12, 2023 |
Michael-18 | Oct 28, 2019 |
This books cover describes this work by pastor Whitehead as Pastoral Psychology, a very dated term now described as Christian Counseling. An interesting old school approach to counseling dating to the 50s.
antiqueart | Dec 3, 2013 |

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