Printed by G. Paramore, North Green, Worship Street, London, Vol. XiX, 1796
The 'Arminian Magazine' was started by John Wesley in 1778 to deal with the theological differences between Calvinist and Arminian (or Wesleyan) Methodists.
The publication was edited by Wesley until his death in 1791 and helped to give identity to the Wesleyan Methodist Community. Central to their belief was the doctrine of universal redemption, i.e. that everybody could be saved through their belief in God.