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Seasons of refreshing : evangelism and revivals in America / Keith J. Hardman ; foreword by Luis Palau. [print]

By: Hardman, Keith [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Eugene, Oregon : Wipf and Stock Pubs., [(c)2006. Description: 304 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 159752512X; 9781597525121Subject(s): Religion | Religious awakening | Religious awakening -- Christianity | Evangelistic work | United States -- ReligionLOC classification: BR515.S437 2006BR515.H264.S437 2006COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The beginnings of modern mass evangelism Frelinghuysen: pietist evangelist Edwards: America's greatest theologian Whitefield: catalyst of evangelism The second great awakening in the East The second great awakening in the West Finney: developer of planned mass evangelism The third great awakening and the Civil War Moody: perfecter of urban evangelism Evangelism at the beginning of the twentieth century Graham, Palau, and modern revival movements.
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Non-fiction BR515.H37 2006 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001550181

Previously published by Baker Books, 1994.

The beginnings of modern mass evangelism Frelinghuysen: pietist evangelist Edwards: America's greatest theologian Whitefield: catalyst of evangelism The second great awakening in the East The second great awakening in the West Finney: developer of planned mass evangelism The third great awakening and the Civil War Moody: perfecter of urban evangelism Evangelism at the beginning of the twentieth century Graham, Palau, and modern revival movements.

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