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Reflections on revival

Author: Charles G Finney; Donald W Dayton
Publisher: Minneapolis : Bethany Fellowship, ©1979.
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After more than twenty years of revival ministry, America's greatest evangelist had accumulated knowledge of spiritual awakenings, their implications and excesses, perhaps exceeding that of almost anyone in Christian history. This aggregate wisdom on the subject was first presented to the reading public in the form of a series of 32 open letters, printed on the pages of the Oberlin Evangelist in 1845. Some were  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles G Finney; Donald W Dayton
ISBN: 0871231573 9780871231574
OCLC Number: 4493110
Notes: Originally published in 1845 under title: Letters on revivals.
Description: 160 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Revival methods --
Revival enthusiasm --
Infrequency of revivals --
The cause of decline in revivals --
Hindrances to revival spirit --
The attitude of the church --
The importance of evangelists and laymen --
The proper relationship between pastors and evangelists.
Other Titles: Letters on revivals
Responsibility: by Charles G. Finney ; compiled by Donald W. Dayton.

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After more than twenty years of revival ministry, America's greatest evangelist had accumulated knowledge of spiritual awakenings, their implications and excesses, perhaps exceeding that of almost anyone in Christian history. This aggregate wisdom on the subject was first presented to the reading public in the form of a series of 32 open letters, printed on the pages of the Oberlin Evangelist in 1845. Some were recently reproduced in a volume titled Revival Fire. But fifteen of the original letters did not find their way into that book. In your hands you have all thirty-two of the invaluable epistles of the incomparable preacher. - Back cover.

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