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Finney's Systematic Theology

Paperback|Aug 1994
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The only complete edition available, this volume contains thought-provoking writings that have been the impetus for revivals around the world.


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The only complete edition available, this volume contains thought-provoking writings that have been the impetus for revivals around the world.
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640 Pages
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Charles G. Finney was born in 1792, and trained as a lawyer before becoming one of America's foremost evangelists. Over one million people were converted under his ministry in an age that offered neither amplifiers nor mass communication tools.The principles he discovered concerning the principles of revival have been preserved and utilized by evangelists and missionaries alike through the centuries.Finney served as professor of Theology and President of Oberlin College in Ohio.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 71220
  • Product Code 1556615140
  • EAN 9781556615146
  • Pages 634
  • Department Academic
  • Category Classic
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Aug 1994
  • Sales Rank 40757
  • Dimensions 209 x 139 x 38mm
  • Weight 0.848kg

Charles Finney

Charles G. Finney (1792-1875) is recognized as the most effective evangelist of the 19th century. It is estimated that more than half a million people were converted to Christ through his evangelistic ministry. After becoming a lawyer he carefully explored the claims of Christ and was powerfully converted in 1821. An avid student of the Bible, he soon engaged in preaching and teaching throughout many eastern and southern states. The result was a revival which altered the course of American history, it is estimated that more than half a million people were converted to Christ through his evangelistic ministry. In 1835 he accepted a call to Oberlin College as professor of theology, serving as president from 1851-1875.-Editorial Review.