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Charles G. Finney : revivalistic rhetoric

Author: David B Chesebrough
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2002.
Series: Great American orators, no. 31.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Though much has been written about Charles G. Finney, "The Father of Modern Revivalism", most works have concentrated on his roles as an educator and political reformer. This study examines the  Read more...

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Named Person: Charles G Finney; Charles G Finney; Charles Grandison Finney
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David B Chesebrough
ISBN: 0313318131 9780313318139
OCLC Number: 47050475
Description: xviii, 180 pages : portrait ; 24 cm.
Contents: Series Foreword / Bernard K. Duffy, Halford R. Ryan --
Foreword / Ronald D. Rietveld --
Finney's Life --
Early Years (1792-1821) --
Conversion (1821) --
Frontier Revivals (1824-1825) --
Urban Revivals (1825-1832) --
A Settled Pastorate (1832-1837) --
Oberlin (1835-1875) --
England (1849-1851) --
The Final Twenty-Five Years (1851-1875) --
Sermon Themes --
Religious Themes --
Reform Themes --
Rhetorical Techniques --
Invention --
Arrangement --
Style --
Method of Preparation --
Delivery --
Three Sermons --
"Blessedness of Benevolence" --
"Doubtful Actions Are Sinful" --
"Christ's Yoke Is Easy."
Series Title: Great American orators, no. 31.
Responsibility: David B. Chesebrough, foreword by Ronald D. Rietveld.

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