The Fire Divine - An Introduction to Evangelical Revival


Jones D C

IVP

Church & History

7131


Contemporary evangelical Christians can trace their roots to the evangelical revival, and beyond it to the various expressions of Protestantism that arose during the sixteenth-century Reformation. Both these streams have flowed together to create the modern evangelical identity, and the legacy of both needs to be appreciated if that identity is to be fully understood.Beginning with a short narrative account of the famous conversion of John Wesley at Aldersgate Street, London, in May 1738, David Ceri Jones offers a lively, accessible and informative introduction to the roots and main events, personalities and ideas of the evangelical revival. He also assesses its wider impact, and concludes by sketching in the subsequent development of the evangelical movement in the nineteenth century.
£ 9.99


Additional Information

ISBN 139781783592906
TypePaperback