The Dominance of Evangelicalism: The Age Of Spurgeon And Moody
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This volume provides a comprehensive, thematic survey of the leading traits of worldwide evangelicalism between the 1850s and the 1890s. The discussion covers such topics as commonalities across denominational diversity; expression of faith in spirituality, worship, mission and social involvement; the legacy of the Enlightenment and the influence of Romanticism; and theological trends. The book argues that the movement was marked by a strong sense of global unity.
It surveys a range of the era’s best-known figures, including Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Dwight L. Moody, Ira D. Sankey, Lord Shaftesbury, David Livingstone, George MÃ¼ller, Andrew Murray, James Hudson Taylor, and William and Catherine Booth.
|Dimensions||232 × 156 × 28 mm|
Bebbington, D. W., (Author)
Inter-Varsity Press (2005)