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Oxford University, England. John Wesley played a key role in the founding of methodism. He was originaly an Anglican clergyman (Church of England). Methodism was a movement within anglicanism during the 18th century.

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Methodism began under the leadership of John and Charles Wesley in the 18th century as a movement within the Anglican Church. In 1784, (over Charles' objections) John Wesley ordained Dr. Thomas Coke to go to America and preach.

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Methodism was founded in the 18th Century, in Britain.

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18th century 18th century

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1852 by my dad

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It has not been founded yet

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