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Хайценрейтер Ричард

Имя кратко: Хайценрейтер Р.
Имя на родном языке: Heitzenrater Richard
Тип персоны: Зарубежные исследователи
Профессиональные интересы: История сект и расколов, История Западных исповеданий
Конфессии: Методизм
Краткая биографическая справка:

Профессор Дюкского университета. Ведущий специалист по изучению наследия основателя методизма - Джона Веслея. Издатель трудов Дж. Веслея.

Все три научные степени - бакалаврскую, магистерскую и докторскую - получил в Дюкском университете.

Преподает в Дюкском университете с 1993 г.


Библиография работ автора:

 

Избранная библиография

Книги
The Elusive Mr. Wesley, second edition. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2003.
Wesley in America. Dallas: Bridwell, 2003.
The Poor and the People Called Methodists. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2002.
Wesley and the People Called Methodists. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1995. (рус. пер. 2004).
“Faithful Unto Death”; Last Years and Legacy of John Wesley. Dallas: Bridwell, 1991.
Mirror and Memory: Reflections on Early Methodism. Nashville: Kingswood Books, 1989.
Diary of an Oxford Methodist: Benjamin Ingham, 1733–1734. Durham: Duke University Press, 1985.
The Elusive Mr. Wesley, vol. 1: John Wesley His Own Biographer. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1984;
vol. 2, John Wesley as Seen by Contemporaries and Biographers. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1984.
Wesley, John, Journal and Diaries I–VII, ed. with W. Reginald Ward, vols. 18–24 of The Works of John Wesley. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1988–2003.
Wesley, John, John Wesley's Sermons; An Anthology, ed. with Albert C. Outler. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1991.
Wesley, John, Sermons and Hymns of John Wesley, CD-ROM edition. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1999.

Главы в книгах

“Purge the Preachers: the Wesleys and Quality Control,” in Charles Wesley: Life, Literature, and Legacy, ed. by Ted. A. Campbell and Kenneth Newport (London: Epworth Press, 2007)
“The Wesleyan Tradition and the Myths We Love,” in Revisioning the Future of Methodism, ed. By Mary Elizabeth Moore (Nashville: Kingswood Books, 2007).
“The Poor and the People Called Methodists,” in The Poor and the People Called Methodists. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2002.
“John Wesley and the Early Church Fathers,” in Orthodox and Wesleyan Spirituality, ed. S T Kimbrough. (New York: St. Vladimir’s Press, 2002).
“Wesley and Children,” in Children in the History of Christian Thought, ed. Marcia Bunge. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2000.
“Holiness and Learned Ignorance: John Wesley on Education,” in Methodism and Education: From Roots to Fulfillment, ed. Sharon J. Hels. Nashville: General Board of Higher Education and Ministry, 2000.
“God with Us: Grace and the Spiritual Senses in John Wesley’s Theology,” in Grace upon Grace, ed. Robert Johnston and Jonathan Wilson. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1999.
“John Wesley’s Principles and Practice of Preaching,” in Beyond the Boundaries; Preaching in the Wesleyan Tradition, ed. by Richard Sykes, Wesley Westminster Series, No. 8. Oxford: Applied Theology Press, 1999.
“Connectionalism and Itinerancy: Wesleyan Principles and Practice,” in Connectionalism: Ecclesiology, Mission, and Identity, vol. 1 of United Methodism and American Culture, ed. by Russell E. Richey, Dennis M. Campbell, William B. Lawrence. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1997.
“‘Unity, Liberty, Charity’ in the Wesleyan Heritage,” in Unity, Liberty, and Charity, ed. by Donald E. Messer and William J. Abraham. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1996.
“The Imitatio Christi and the Great Commandment: Virtue and Obligation in Wesley’s Ministry with the Poor,” in The Portion of the Poor: Good News to the Poor in the Wesleyan Tradition, ed. by M. Douglas Meeks. Nashville: Kingswood Books, 1995.
“A Critical Analysis of the Ministry Studies Since 1944,” in Perspectives on American Methodism: Interpretive Essays, ed. by Russell E. Richey, Jeanne Miller Schmidt, Kenneth E. Rowe. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1993.
“At Full Liberty: Doctrinal Standards in Early American Methodism,” in Perspectives on American Methodism: Interpretive Essays, ed. by Russell E. Richey, Jeanne Miller Schmidt, Kenneth E. Rowe. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1993.
“Charles Wesley and the Methodist Tradition,” in Charles Wesley; Poet and Theologian, ed. by S T Kimbrough. Nashville: Kingswood Books, 1992.
“At Full Liberty: Doctrinal Standards in Early American Methodism,” in Doctrine and Theology in The United Methodist Church, ed. by Thomas A. Langford. Nashville: Kingswood Books, 1991.
“The Legacy of John Wesley,” in John Wesley: 200 Years, ed. by Charles A. Green. Cherry Hill, NJ: Commission on Archives and History, 1991.
“In Search of Continuity and Consensus: The Road to the 1988 Doctrinal Statement,” in Doctrine and Theology in the United Methodist Church, ed. Thomas A. Langford. Nashville: Kingswood Books, 1991.
“John Wesley as Historian of Early Methodism,” in Papers of the Canadian Methodist Historical Society, ed. by Neil Semple. Toronto: Victoria University, 1990.
“Great Expectations: Aldersgate and the Evidences of Genuine Christianity,” in Aldersgate Reconsidered, ed. by Randy L. Maddox. Nashville: Kingswood Books, 1990.
“Wesley and his Diary,” in John Wesley; Contemporary Perspectives, ed. John Stacey. London: Epworth, 1988.
“Sermons Attributed to Wesley,” Appendix B in Sermons IV, volume 4 in The Works of John Wesley (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1987), pp. 515–33.
“From Gutenberg to Grafton,” in Anglican Liturgy: A Living Tradition. Dallas: Bridwell, 1986.

Статьи

“Charting the Early Methodist Pilgrimage: The Journal Letters of Charles Wesley,” in special issue of the Journal of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester (2007).
“Wesley, the Oxford Don,” in Epworth Review (2004):
“Santidade e ignorânçia esplêndida: Wesley e a educaçâo,” in Revista de educacao do COGEIME (300 anos do nascimento de John Wesley) 22 (Junho 2003): 9-32.
“Wesley and America,” in Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society 54:3 (October 2003): 85-114.
“Tradition and History,” Church History 71 (September 2002).
“John Wesley's A Christian Library, Then and Now.” Proceedings, 55th Annual Meeting, American Theological Library Association, June 2001, Durham, NC. pp. 133-46.
“The Principles and Practice of Wesley’s Preaching,” Methodist History 37 (Jan. 1999).
“John Wesley and Jasper Winscom on Itinerancy,” Methodist History 36 (July 1998).
“A Wesley Letter on Deeds, Sashes, and Schedules,” Methodist History 36 (January 1998).
“The Second Rise of Methodism—Georgia,” Methodist History 28 (January 1990).
“A Wesley “Letter on Health and Ireland,” Methodist History 27 (January 1989).
“The Nature and Function of Tradition,” OXFORDnotes 2 (No. 4, Spring 1989).
“Plain Truth: Sermons as Standards of Doctrine,” Drew Gateway 57 (No. 3, Fall 1987).
“At Full Liberty: Doctrinal Standards in Early American Methodism,” QR 5 (No. 3, Fall 1985).
“The Present State of Wesley Studies,” Methodist History 22 (July 1984).
“Charles Wesley on Lay Preaching and Separation,” Methodist History 22 (April 1984).
“Three Tests and a Key: Identifying John Wesley's Handwriting,” Manuscripta 33 (Summer 1981).
“Decoding Wesley's Diaries,” Cryptologia (July 1978).
“Mary Wesley's Marriage,” Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society 40 (October 1976).
“The Oxford Diaries and the First Rise of Methodism,” Methodist History 12 (July 1974).
“John Wesley's Early Sermons,” Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society 37 (February 1970).

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