Charles Wesley has often been overshadowed by his brother, John Wesley. Yet Charles' hymns were a strong influence upon the Methodist Revival and have been sung by countless churches. Their views on the relationship between the Methodist societies and the Church of England differed, with Charles much more in favor of keeping within the Church of England - and he also did not approve of the elevation his brother received. Due to these differences, Charles retired into semi-obscurity - and left the door open for Methodism to become primarily associated with John Wesley. Learn about Charles' life and legacy and his integral role within church history with this unique biography. 168 pages, softcover.