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New York: John C. Totten, 1818. Bayley, James Roosevelt 19 ———. A Vindication of Methodist Episcopacy. , 1820. Herrman, Richard E. D. dissertation, Emory University, 1973. Lewis, Steven Wayne. D. dissertation, St. Louis University, 1998. Rawlyk, George A. The Canada Fire: Radical Evangelicalism in British North America, 1775–1812. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1994. Stevens, Abel. D. New York: Carlton & Porter, 1863. Wigger, John H. Taking Heaven by Storm: Methodism and the Rise of Popular Christianity in America.
Frequently plagued by illness after his consecration as archbishop, Bayley eventually asked for assistance, and in 1876 JAMES GIBBONS, the bishop of Richmond, was appointed coadjutor 20 Beecher, Henry Ward archbishop. Bayley died the next year in Newark on October 3, 1877. James Roosevelt Bayley’s most productive years were the nearly two decades he served as Newark’s first bishop. He was a talented administrator, equal to the task of expanding the Catholic Church’s ministries to respond to the rapid growth of the Catholic population in New Jersey in the second half of the 19th century.
McLoughlin, William G. Isaac Backus and the American Pietistic Tradition. Edited by Oscar Handlin. Boston: Little, Brown, 1967. ———, ed. Isaac Backus on Church, State, and Calvinism. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1968. Ballou, Hosea (1771–1852) Universalist minister The most prominent preacher of Universalism’s second generation, Hosea Ballou had a profound influence on the movement’s doctrinal development. His work concerning the atonement of Christ especially reformulated this important Christian doctrine and redirected the course of Universalist thinking on this subject.
American Religious Leaders (American Biographies) by Timothy L. Hall