"[This book] can be recommended without hesitation to academic and seminary collections on Church music history and theology. American readers should be particularly interested in the documents concerning Wesley's Georgia sojourn in the 1730s." Library Journal
"Charles Wesley: A Reader is hghly recommended for students of the Wesleys and their theology, religion in eighteenth-century England, and hymnology." Southwestern Journal of Theology
"Wesley's writings...are of great interest, particularly with regard to the history of Protestant theology."Virginia Quarterly Review
"This volume helps us better understand the place of Charles Wesley in the Christian tradition and his invaluable contribution to the Methodist movement. Selections from Wesley's sermons, journals, letters and hymns reveal his extraordinary grasp of Christian faith and life. Furthermore, the author's introductory essay and notes provide an excellent commentary on Wesley's role as theologian, preacher, hymn writer and church leader."Charles Yrigoyen, Jr., Editor, Methodist History.