Methodism definition

  • noun:
    • The values, worship, and system of business associated with the Methodists.
    • increased exposure of organized process.
    • The Methodist Christian denomination created by John Wesley in 18th-century England.
    • any one of a few associated motions.
    • the device of doctrines, polity, and worship, for the sect called Methodists.
    • The concept of performing in accordance with a fixed or rigid technique; the machine or rehearse of methodists: because, methodism in medication, or in conduct.
    • Specifically [capitalized] The doctrines and polity associated with the Methodist Church. See Methodist Church, under Methodist.
    • the religious thinking and practices of Methodists characterized by nervous about personal welfare and community morals

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