Superstition and Enthusiasm
This is the third lesson in the series on Living Religion in the Georgian and Regency Periods. I hope that people are enjoying the classes! Today we’re going into histories of Enthusiastic religion so brace yourself for charvolents, a man claiming to be the nephew of Christ and Magical Methodists (a particular form of Methodism – not all Methodists are magic, unfortunately). You can, as always, buy the whole course here for a reduced price or pay for this lesson individually. Feel free to contact me with questions. The price gets you access to a video lesson and an extra materials pack including period sources!