No. He was founder of the Methodist movement/Church.
S. G. Phillips has written: 'The Methodist pulpit' -- subject(s): English Sermons, Methodist Episcopal Church, Sermons, Sermons, English, United Methodist Church in Canada, Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada 'The Canadian Methodist pulpit' -- subject(s): Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada, Sermons
Depending on the context, "Methodist" could be a noun, a part of a proper noun, or an adjective. Methodist should always be capitalized. Noun: Susie is a Methodist. Part of a Proper Noun: I am a member of The United Methodist Church. I was born at Methodist Hospital. Adjective: That is a Methodist church. Prevenient grace is a distinctive belief of Methodist theology. John Wesley is the founder of the Methodist movement. I was born at a Methodist hospital.
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John Wesley is the founder of Methodist Christianity religion and this AME Zion church is not his own making.
Mostly in English-Speaking countries.
Some interesting or weird facts Souther Methodist University include the fact that the university's founder is the United Methodist Church, and that the University is nonsectarian in its teaching.
Well in a sense. The founder William Booth was a Methodist preacher originally. But The Salvation Army is a Protestant church or more specifically Wesleyan Protestant.