Reviewing the history of revival from biblical models to Jonathan Edwards and the Jesus Movement, Lovelace isolates elements of live orthodoxy and proposes a comprehensive approach to spiritual rebirth. He examines primary and secondary elements of renewal; revitalization of local congregations; ways revivals go wrong; evangelical efforts at church unity; and Christian approaches to social concerns. 455 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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Absolutely eye opening. The PREFACE STATES: 'This work is a manual of spiritual theology, a discipline combining the history and the theology of Christian experience,' and it is all it claims to be and more. I cannot say enough good things about this book. It is rich in 'spiritual' and practical 'theology,' and helps one understand the past moves of God and the relationship of such to the present move and work of the Holy Spirit in this generation.