Revival of Evangelicalism - Andrew Michael Jones

Revival of Evangelicalism

Mission and Piety in the Victorian Church of Scotland

The Revival of Evangelicalism presents a critical analysis of the evangelical movement in the national Church. It emphasises the manner in which the movement both continued along certain pre-Disruption lines and evolved to represent a broader spectrum of Reformed Presbyterian doctrine and piety during the long reign of Queen Victoria. Les mer
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The Revival of Evangelicalism presents a critical analysis of the evangelical movement in the national Church. It emphasises the manner in which the movement both continued along certain pre-Disruption lines and evolved to represent a broader spectrum of Reformed Presbyterian doctrine and piety during the long reign of Queen Victoria. The author interweaves biographical case studies of influential figures who played key roles in the process of revival and recovery, including William Muir, Norman MacLeod and A. H. Charteris. Based on a diverse range of primary sources, the book places the chronological development of 'established evangelicalism' within the broader context of British imperialism, German biblical criticism, European Romanticism and Victorian print culture.
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Forlag: Edinburgh University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781474491662
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Andrew Michael Jones, Visiting Assistant Professor of European and World History, Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia.