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Revivalism in America

Sweet, William Warren

Revivalism in America

its origin, growth, and decline.

by Sweet, William Warren

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Published by P. Smith in Gloucester, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Revivals -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 183-188.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBV3773 .S8 1965
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 192 p.
      Number of Pages192
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5976778M
      LC Control Number66003246
      OCLC/WorldCa1060371


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This book is an excellent resource to learn about the greatestrevivals that have taken place in America. It is a good book for thebeginning student of revivals because it gives a somewhat brief overview of these tremendous moves of God without bogging the reader down with a lot of details/5(3).

The fascinating story of the devolution of revival to revivalism is where the drama of this book unfolds. With his major thesis, that a shift happened in the Second Great Awakening from revival to revivalism which has affected the Church in America to the present day, I can muster little argument/5(27).

Revivalism, generally, renewed religious fervor within a Christian group, church, or community, but primarily a movement in some Protestant churches to revitalize the spiritual ardor of their members and win new adherents. Learn more about revivalism, including its history. United States - United States - Religious revivalism: Religion played a central role in the emergence of a distinctively “American” society in the first years of independence.

Several key developments took place. One was the creation of American denominations independent of their British and European origins and leadership.

By American Anglicans (renaming themselves Episcopalians. Start your review of Transatlantic Revivalism: Popular Evangelicalism in Britain and America, Write a review Michael rated it it was ok review of another edition/5. Transatlantic Revivalism: Popular Evangelicalism in Britain and America, – () Coalter, Milton J.

Gilbert Tennent, Son of Thunder: A Case Study of Continental Pietism's Impact on the First Great Awakening in the Middle Colonies () excerpt and text search; Kovács, Zoltán. In the nineteenth century revivalism was more widespread in America than in Britain. The pulse of mass revival felt in America in –58 nevertheless extended, via Ulster, to Britain in – COVID Resources.

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Essential reading. This historical study traces the landmark changes of revival in both understanding and practice from the midth to midth centuries. More than just a record of the church's past, this volume delves into the distinction between ''revival'' and ''revivalism'' and offers insights that provide a key to understanding contemporary evangelicalism and its deep needs.

pages 3/5(4). Cover title: Revivalism in America: its origin, growth and influence. Originally published in by Scribner's Sons, New York. "Apex books V" Description: xv, pages ; 19 cm: Responsibility: William Warren Sweet. Subtitled ‘The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism –’, this book traces the spiritually epoch-making events of the 18th and 19th centuries and rejects the frequent identification of ‘revival’ with ‘revivalism’.

In his book Revival and Revivalism: The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism,Iain Murray tells a story that helps explain how evangelicals—Baptists, Presbyterians, Methodists, and more—got to where we are today. FROM REVIVAL The book’s title tells the whole story in a nutshell.

Hyatt suggest in his book on revivals in early America this Second Great Awakening saved America from the influence of the bloody French Revolution, from Deism - the belief that God exists but is. The Second Great Awakening, Inonly one in 15 of America’s population of 5, belonged to an evangelical church.9 Presbyterian minister James McGready presided over strange spiritual manifestations in Logan County, Ky.

The resulting camp meeting revivals drew thousands from as far away as Ohio,11 Rev. Gardiner Spring reported that for the next 25 years.

Revivalism and Social Reform in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America By Timothy L. Smith Abingdon Press, Read preview Overview Colonial Revivals: The Nineteenth-Century Lives of Early American Books By Lindsay Dicuirci University of Pennsylvania Press, Description Revival & Revivalism The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism: – Iain Murray has performed a real service to the people of God in this new book which traces the history of revival in America from the time of Samuel Davies in the mids to the New York Revival of Read this book on Questia.

Revivalism and Social Reform in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America by Timothy L. Smith, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Revivalism and Social Reform in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America (). Buy Revivalism in America Its Origing Growth and and Deline by William Warren Sweet online at Alibris.

We have new and used copies available, in 5 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ Start studying American History: Revivalism Overview. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Revivalism in America. New York, York, A short readable history of revivalism.

Weisberger, Bernard A. They Gathered at the River. Boston, Massachusetts, A history of revivalism with brief sketches of some revivalists. Wesley, Rev. John. A Collection of Hymns for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church, New York, New York, Iain Murray's book The Puritan Hope was one of the most influential books I have ever read.

It knocked over all sorts of theological dominoes, which set me on the current course of ministry I am on. This book, Revival and Revivalismis a rich historical analysis of the Christian culture in early quotes extensively from early American pastors and theologians during the time of the /5.

It is here that another important term comes into play--the Second Great Awakening--the term evangelical leaders adopted to talk of the revivalism and evangelical fervor they found themselves in the midst of. The label sought to describe a broad religious phenomenon.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Revivalism in America Its Origing Growth and and Deline by William Warren Sweet (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. Book Review: Revival and Revivalism. of an insignificant event changing the course of history. In a certain sense we do, and I found that Ian Murray’s book, Revival and Revivalism, details this well.

if not more to the eighteenth and nineteenth century revivals of. Revivalism is a form of activism, involvement in a movement producing conversions not in ones and twos but en masse. In the nineteenth century revivalism was more widespread in America than in Britain.

The pulse of mass revival felt in America in –58 nevertheless extended, via Ulster, to Britain in – In Revival & Revivalism, Iain Murray has produced yet another historical study of outstanding quality.

Against the rich background of narrative of God given revivals in North America, he traces the landmark changes in both understanding and practice which took place between the middle 18th and 19th centuries, culminating in the widespread influence of Charles Grandison Finney.

Already, before Moody’s rise to prominence, revivalism had been altering its character. Moody observed the direction of change, identified himself with it, organized it, and accelerated it.

The Great Awakening and Revivalism in America. The Great Awakening was the name given to the evangelical religious movement that swept the United States in. Literary Revivalism in America 73 our powers of attention, reason, sensibility, and seriousness," 6 and at its lowbrow best, its sense of things has been formed by the give and take of life and its ideas come from "inherited folk wisdom, folk art, or folk prejudice." 7 Stated very baldly, American writers have been great as.

revivalism in america. its origin, growth and decline. by william w. sweet. table of contents. preface: chapter one: setting the stage. chapter two: colonial revivalism and the growth of democracy. chapter three: theodore j.

frelinghuysen and the log college evangelists. chapter four: the colonial revivalist-theologians; jonathan dickinson and jonathan edwards. The book, Revival & Revivalism by Iain H. Murray (Banner of Truth, ), uses the records of participants in both the First Great Awakening (1GA) and Second Great Awakening (2GA) to present a history of revivals in early America and their impact on modern American Christianity.

Murray assesses both revivals through the lenses of history and theology. Iain Murray’s book The Puritan Hope was one of the most influential books I have ever read.

It knocked over all sorts of theological dominoes, which set me on the current course of ministry I am on. This book, Revival and Revivalism is a rich historical analysis of the Christian culture in early America.

He quotes extensively from early. Winner of the Frank S. and Elizabeth D. Brewer Prize of the American Society of Church History, Holy Fairs traces the roots of American camp-meeting revivalism to the communion festivals of early modern Scotland.

This new paperback edition of Leigh Eric Schmidt's seminal work features updated material, a dozen illustrations, and a new preface by the author.5/5(1). According to the JIS, 'Revivalism began in Jamaica between and as a part of a religious movement called the Great Revival. It is a combination of elements from African pagan beliefs and Christianity and has several forms, the two major forms being Revival Zion and Pocomania.

The Revival ritual involves singing, drumming, dancing, hand. Book Description: In the mid-eighteenth century, Americans experienced an outbreak of religious revivals that shook colonial society.

This book provides a definitive view of these revivals, now known as the First Great Awakening, and their dramatic effects on American culture. Robert Caldwell traces the fascinating story of American revival theologies during the Great Awakenings, examining the particular convictions underlying these conversions to faith.

Caldwell offers a reconsideration of the theologies of important figures and movements, giving fresh insight into what it meant to become a Christian during this age in America's religious history.

REVIVALS AND REVIVALISMThe period in American history stretching from the mid-eighteenth century to the early nineteenth century was marked by many dramatic bursts of revivalism.

Revivalism is a movement within modern Christianity, particularly but not exclusively Protestantism, that calls on individuals to repent of their sin, believe the Gospel, and enter a proper relationship with God.

Slavery - Free Will - Revivalism - Second American Awakening Black slaves and free whites on the American Frontier shared the same methods to demonstrate their freedom.

Whites were enslaved by Calvinism and its anxiety-producing exclusion of most people from God's grace. In his book Revival and Revivalism: The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism,1 Iain Murray tells a story that helps explain how evangelicals – Baptists, Presbyterians, Methodists, and more – got to where we are today.

From Revival The book’s title tells the whole story in. The book closes with a sketch of the charismatic movement that "swept through Catholic America during the s with the speed and enthusiasm of a classic religious revival." Contents: Introduction, 1.

The Origins of Catholic Revivalism, 2. The Revival Crusade, 3. The Catholic Revival Meeting, 4. Evangelical Catholicism, 5. Revival Catholics, : Jay P. Dolan. Transatlantic Revivalism: Popular Evangelicalism in Britain and America - Richard Carwardine Jesus Revolutionary of Peace demonstrates that the figure of Jesus in the book of Revelation can be best understood as an active non-violent Author: Richard Carwardine.The history of Christianity in America has been marked by recurring periods of religious revivals or awakenings.

In this book, George M. Thomas addresses the economic and political context of evangelical revivalism and its historical linkages with economic expansion and /5(2).Thus Revivalism, along with Puritanism, helped to prepare and sustain an attitude in the American colonies which eventuated in rebellion and revolution.

Among the new beliefs, symbols, and values which marked Revivalism, four in particular stand out as critical and having consequences for the development of new attitudes.