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The Graham Formula : Why most decisions for Christ are ineffective

Author: Patrick McIntyre
Publisher: Mammoth Spring, Ark. : White Harvest Publications, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Named Person: Billy Graham; Billy Sunday; Charles G Finney; Charles G Finney; Billy Graham; Billy Sunday
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick McIntyre
ISBN: 0963505025 9780963505026
OCLC Number: 214329983
Description: 126 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The front page --
The faith system --
General hospital --
A funny thing happened on the way to the temple --
The hour of decision --
Edwards, Whitefield and Wesley --
Charles Finney --
Billy Sunday changes everything --
Billy Sunday evangelism evolves --
The Billy Graham formula --
The evangelical sacrament --
Billy Sunday evangelism hits the fan --
The bride of Christ --
The two yardsticks of salvation --
What do you think I am, a saint? --
What does it mean to "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ"? --
Church people get saved --
A call to action --
Evangelism timeline --
Two doctrines that helped effective evangelism --
Wesley's Waiting on God for salvation (excerpts) / [John Wesley] --
Finney's False comfort for sinners (excerpts) / [Charles Finney] --
Finney's Directions to sinners (excerpts) / [Charles Finney] --
Finney's True and false conversions (excerpts) / [Charles Finney] --
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Responsibility: Patrick McIntyre.

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