1. At the age of five, John Wesley was rescued from the burning rectory.
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4. In 2002, John Wesley was listed at number 50 on the BBC's list of the 100 Greatest Britons, drawn from a poll of the British public.
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5. John Wesley continues to be the primary theological influence on Methodists and Methodist-heritage groups the world over; the largest bodies being the United Methodist Church, the Methodist Church of Great Britain and the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
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12. John Wesley influenced George Whitefield to journey to the colonies, spurring the transatlantic debate on slavery.
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16. John Wesley intended that Coke and Francis Asbury should ordain others in the newly founded Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States.
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17. John Wesley ordained Thomas Coke as superintendent of Methodists in the United States by the laying on of hands, although Coke was already a priest in the Church of England.
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20. John Wesley laid the foundations of what now constitutes the organisation of the Methodist Church.
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21. John Wesley had helped them organise the Fetter Lane Society, and those converted by his preaching and that of his brother and Whitefield had become members of their bands.
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24. John Wesley hesitated to accept Whitefield's call to copy this bold step.
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28. John Wesley married Susanna, the twenty-fifth child of Samuel Annesley, a dissenting minister, in 1689.
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