Third in a proposed 5-volume series that traces the fascinating history of evangelicals over a 300-year period. Focusing on the key individuals, events, and organizations that shaped the movement during the industrialization of the West, Bebbington's study examines the widening divide between rich and poor; theology; and issues of gender, warfare, and science. 300 pages, hardcover from InterVarsity.
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Date:April 19, 2009
This is an excellently written and researched book on evangelism. For anyone desiring to know more about America and the beginnings of Evangelism in this country i encourage you to pick up this book. Each book in the series is so well done. It is also a great guide to creating Evangelistic zeal in today's desperate and needy world.