588pp “there can be few christians who changed the life of nations only to be as little remembered as george whitefield (1714-70) in part this was bec. The previous two-volume work george whitefield: the life and times of the great evangelist of the eighteenth-century revival is now condensed into this single volume . Volume 1 brings the story of whitefield's life and of the evangelical revival up to the end of the year 1740 volume 2 follows events onwards until his death in 1770 an outstanding biography, popularly written, and with an urgent message for the present day synopsis may belong to another edition . George whitefield the life and times of the great evangelist of the eighteenth century revival volume i arnold a dallimore on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying . George whitefield the life and times of the great evangelist of the eighteenth century publisher: banner of truth reviewer: discerning reader team available on amazon recommended: yes few recent books have so wide and so deep an impact as arnold dallimore’s magisterial biography of george whitefield.
George whitefield: the life and times of the great evangelist of the 18th century revival (volume 1) call us 1(800)435-4343 george whitefield: the life and times of . George whitefield, the famed 18th century evangelist known for crossing the atlantic ocean thirteen times, was an instrumental figure in the great awakening also known as the “grand itinerant”, whitefield often preached outdoors to crowds upwards of 20,000 people he was a passionate . The hardcover of the george whitefield: the life and times of the great evangelist of the 18th century revival by arnold a dallimore at barnes & noble specialists - summer reading book haul blowout – 50% off – one week only.
George whitefield was born in england in 1714 for the rest of his life, whitefield raised money for the orphanage and several more times to north america . Need of the times), vol i, pp 428-29, and arnold dallimore, george whitefield: life and times of the great evangelist of the eighteenth-century revival, in two volumes, (london: banner of truth trust), p 538. He spent years evangelizing went 7 times to the american colonies and scotland had 15 visits the life of george whitefield, volume 2 (9780851513003) by arnold dallimore hear about sales, receive special offers & more. Sources: george whitefield and the great awakening by john pollock, 1973 george whitefield: the life and times of the great evangelist of the eighteenth century/revival (2 volumes) – 1980 george whitefield journals (banner of truth) - 1960.
The life and times of the reverend george whitefield, ma by robert philip, author of the experimental guides, etc etc etc third edition “thou art permitted to speak for thyself”—acts,. The hidden springs of the great evangelical revival did not lie in the men nor in the times, but rather in the fresh effusion of the holy spirit upon hearts and minds volume 1 brings the story of george whitefield, and of the evangelical revival, up to the end of the year 1740. There can be few christians who changed the life of nations only to be as little remembered as george whitefield in part this was because he left no denomination.
Product description there can be few christians who changed the life of nations only to be as little remembered as george whitefield in part this was because he left no denomination. In his lifetime, he preached at least 18,000 times to perhaps 10 million hearers timeline: george whitefield dies later in life, he repudiated the theater, but the methods he imbibed as . An outstanding biography, scholarly, yet popularly written, of the leading preacher of the eighteenth-century evangelical revival whitefield (1714-70) is acknowledged to have made a greater impact on evangelical christianity on both sides of the atlantic than any other preacher of the eighteenth century.
Life and times of george whitefield is perhaps the best one-volume account of the life of the great evangelist of the 18th century 588pp. In regard to the style of this work 1 have nothing to say except that it is my own way of telling the facts of personal history the time is not yet come, for the philosophy of whitefield's life it is, however, fast approaching: and, therefore, my mass of facts will soon be turned to good account . George whitefield was born on december 27, 1714 (december 16 of the julian calendar), in gloucester, england the youngest of seven children, he was born in the bell inn where his father, thomas, was a wine merchant and innkeeper his father died when george was two and his widowed mother elizabeth .
George whitefield (1714-1770) is widely regarded as a powerful preacher and the greatest evangelist in modern times his ministry consisted of innovative methods to reach the masses and tireless travels to spread the gospel. For those who want a work of quiet scholarship, philip is not their man but where there is a desire for the evangelical flame – for words that burn, and reach heart and soul – this volume will clearly show why the gospel can turn the world upside down. George whitefield, 1714-17701714 born in gloucester, england, december 161716 father, thomas, dies1722 mother, elizabeth, marries capel longden, an ironmonger, who seizes control of the family . Dallimore, arnold a george whitefield: the life and times of the great evangelist of the eighteenth-century revival (volume i) edinburgh or carlisle : banner of truth trust , 1970 isbn 978-0-85151-026-2 .