|Author: ||E.A. Johnston|
|Binding: ||HARDBACK |
|Pages: ||519 pages |
"No other man in history was so mightily used of God in revival as Asahel Nettleton. He labored amidst more revivals of religion than Jonathan Edwards and George Whitefield! One can learn much about how God moves in revival by studying Nettletonâ€™s life, therefore this book will be a useful tool for any serious student of revival. Secondly, the role that Nettleton played as a defender of the faith against the 'New Measures' and the 'New Haven Theology' reveals how theology in America shifted from its Puritan roots of Calvinism to a more Federalized man-centered theology" (from Introduction by author E.A. Johnston).
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 16 October, 2012.