|Statement||with three sermons by George Whitefield, taken in short hand, compiled from original manuscripts and contemporary publications.|
|Contributions||Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||263, 49 p.|
|Number of Pages||263|
Link to the book Embed a mini Book Reader 1 page 2 pages Open to this page? Finished. The revivals of the eighteenth century: particularly at Cambuslang. With three sermons. The revivals of the eighteenth century: particularly at Cambuslang. With three sermons ← Back to item details The powerful revivals of the eighteenth century spread through Europe, especially England, and to North America. They became known as the Evangelical Revivals in England and the Great Awakening in America. They grew out of the outpouring of the Spirit of God on small communities of refugees which has suffered severe persecution in :// The revivals of the eighteenth century, particularly at Cambuslang: with three sermons by the Rev. George Whitefield, taken in shorthand / compiled from original manuscripts and contemporary publications by D. MacFarlan Johnstone London Australian/Harvard Citation. MacFarlan, Duncan. & Whitefield, :// The revival of the eighteenth century, especially at Cambuslang -- Sermons preached by George Whitefield in the High Church-Yard, Glasgow
16 THE REVIVALS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY About the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century most of the churches, whether in the United Kingdom or the American colonies, were in a comparatively low state. Arianism. and Deism prevailed in England. In Scotland, the old style of preaching The eighteenth century revival. In this period there was a great turning back to God in our nation as multitudes responded to the preaching of people like John Wesley and George Whitefield, and they had a big impact on :// Revivalism, generally, renewed religious fervor within a Christian group, church, or community, but primarily a movement in some Protestant churches to revitalize the spiritual ardor of their members and win new adherents. Learn more about revivalism, including its :// REVIVALS IN THE SECOND CENTURY The scarcity of materials. One of the greatest difficulties of attempting to reconstruct any reliable history during this period is the scarcity of /historical-revivals/revivals-in-the-second-century.
The new concluding essay describes the history of the revival through the turn of the century. This book expands our understanding of the fragmentation and coalescence of American religion by analyzing the factors which created numerous new holiness denominations. Dieter also outlines the historical and theological factors that separate this › Books › History › World. The Urban Revivals, Young businessman Dwight L. Moody participated in the Great Revival of as it swept Chicago Moody later conducted revivals throughout the British Isles where he spoke to more than 2,, people. In , Moody returned home and began revivals First published in , The Transformation of England discusses the creation in late eighteenth century England of the industrial system and thereby the present world. Professor Mathias poses questions about the nature of industrialization, social change and historical explanation, issues that are his principal scholarly :// Long before they appeared in the pages of Ivanhoe and nineteenth-century Old English scholarship, the Anglo-Saxons had become commonplace in Georgian Britain. The eighteenth century - closely associated with Neoclassicism and the Gothic and Celtic revivals - also witnessed the emergence of intertwined scholarly and popular Anglo-Saxonisms that helped to define what it meant to be ://