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Charles G. Finney's doctrine of the baptism of the Holy Spirit

Author: John Leroy Gresham
Publisher: Peabody, Mass. : Hendrickson Publishers, ©1987.
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Given the important role that Charles G. Finney played in the development of American Evangelical Christianity and American Pentecostalism, it is no surprise that a great deal of interest exists in better understanding his life and thought. This important study provides fresh insight into a neglected aspect of the great revivalist's ministry and teaching.
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Named Person: Charles G Finney; Charles G Finney
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Leroy Gresham
ISBN: 0913573477 9780913573471
OCLC Number: 16619161
Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (Master's)--Wheaton College Graduate School.
Description: v, 106 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Finney's life and theology: a general introduction --
The baptism in the Spirit in Finney's life and writings --
The baptism in the Holy Spirit as the means of entire sanctification --
The baptism in the Holy Spirit in relation to ministry, prayer, and Christian experience --
The subsequence of the baptism in the Holy Spirit --
Conditions for receiving the baptism in the Spirit --
Finney and other views of Spirit baptism: a historical and comparative study --
Summary and conclusion.
Responsibility: John Leroy Gresham, Jr.
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Given the important role that Charles G. Finney played in the development of American Evangelical Christianity and American Pentecostalism, it is no surprise that a great deal of interest exists in better understanding his life and thought. This important study provides fresh insight into a neglected aspect of the great revivalist's ministry and teaching.

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"John Gresham provides valuable insight into the thought of Charles Finney and the work of the Holy Spirit. His interpretation within a historical context has been needed for a long time." Read more...

 
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