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Revivals of religion, considered as a means of grace

Honestus.

Revivals of religion, considered as a means of grace

a series of plain letters to Candidus, from his friend Honestus [pseud.]

by Honestus.

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Published by Printed by Mack & Andrus in Ithaca [N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Revivals.

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    ContributionsCandidus, [pseud.]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV3795 .H6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[3], 4-39p.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6058811M
    LC Control Number49037503
    OCLC/WorldCa4428203

    Lectures on Revivals of Religion To which are added 20 letters from leading clergymen “I have a large collection of books on revival. Among them is a dated copy of Lectures on Revival of Religion by Sprague. I have often told people that this was one of the top books on the subject if they were somehow able to procure a copy. Marrying careful historical research to popular and relevant presentation, Revival and Revivalism traces the spiritually epoch-making events of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries through the eyes of those who lived at their centre. Fundamental to the book's thesis is a rejection of the frequent identification of 'revival' with 'revivalism'/5(27).

    A true revival is to be looked for in the church of God. Only in the river of gracious life can the pearl of revival be found. It has been said that a revival must begin with God's people; this is very true, but it is not all the truth, for the revival itself must end as well as begin there. Define Revival (religious). Revival (religious) synonyms, Revival (religious) pronunciation, Revival (religious) translation, English dictionary definition of Revival (religious). n.

    Their counterparts may be seen today in the wild scenes of excitement so common in the religious revivals of certain sects, where the believers, under the influence of noisy, soul-stirring exhortations, become seized with religious frenzy, dance, shout, fall into cataleptic fits, and think they see visions and hear Divine assurances of being saved. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Podcasts. Featured Full text of "History and character of American revivals of religion".


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Revivals of religion, considered as a means of grace by Honestus. Download PDF EPUB FB2

This view of revival comes from Finney's belief that "a revival is not a miracle, nor dependent on a miracle, in any sense. It is a purely philosophical result of the use of the constituted means as much so as any other effect produced by the application of means" (Revivals of Religion, p.

Religious Revival The term antebellum, “before the war,” is often used by historians to refer to the decades before the Civil War in the United States. “Antebellum” creates an image of a time when slavery was not only legal but an integral part of life in the South, when the first spurt of industrialization occurred in the United.

Among Eastern Christians generally, grace is considered to be the partaking of the Divine Nature described in 2 Peterhowever many Eastern Catholic, Assyrian and Oriental Orthodox Christians do not explicitly define grace as the uncreated Energies of God in the same manner as Byzantine Christians.

We do know, however, that they are more than memorial observations. They become effectual means of grace to those with faith by the working of the Holy Spirit (WLC, Q.

To downplay their importance is to desupernaturalize our holy religion, so let us have a high view of the sacraments as confirming signs of God’s Word. The second and third chapters deal with the means of revival and the place of revival in world evangelisation, respectively.

Overall, this book is an impassioned plea for serious prayer, expectant faith and militant evangelism to produce a great outpouring of the Spirit and an unprecedented harvest of souls.

For Edwards, a revival was a surprise, a miracle. The Puritans believed that conversion came only to the elect; all that one could do was wait to see if one would be a recipient of God’s grace. Finney saw things differently. “Religion is something to do, not something to wait for,” he says. religion must be mainly promoted by means of revivals.

How long and how often has the experiment been tried, to bring the church to act steadily for God, without these periodical excitements. Many good men have supposed, and still suppose, that the best way to promote religion, is to go along uniformly, and gather in the ungodly gradually,File Size: 2MB.

Charles Finney's on Revivals of Religion: Summary This post offers a biographical sketch of Second Great Awakening revivalist Charles Finney and summary of his most important book. Charles Grandison Finney was born in Connecticut on. Question: "What is Christian revival?" Answer: Revival refers to a spiritual reawakening from a state of dormancy or stagnation in the life of a believer.

It encompasses the resurfacing of a love for God, an appreciation of God’s holiness, a passion for His Word and His church, a convicting awareness of personal and corporate sin, a spirit of humility, and a desire. Revival and awakening are, generally, synonyms. The larger the geography a revival covers, the greater the tendency to call it an awakening.

America has a deep, rich history of revivals and awakenings. Spiritual Revival in America: A Well-Travelled Road. The Great Awakening, Nothing but a Revival of Religion can prevent the means of grace from doing a great injury to the ungodly.

Without a revival, they will grow harder and harder under preaching, and will experience a more horrible damnation than they would if they had never heard the Gospel. Revivalism is increased spiritual interest or renewal in the life of a church congregation or society, with a local, national or global effect.

This should be distinguished from the use of the term "revival" to refer to an evangelistic meeting or series of meetings. Revivals are seen as the restoration of the church itself to a vital and fervent relationship with God after a period of.

As Dr. John Armstrong, a respected scholar on the subject of revival, points out in his book, True Revival: Before this season of awakening, the American colonies stood at. : Lectures on Revival of Religion (Charles G Finney on Revivals) (): Charles G Finney, C G Finney, Charles Grandison Finney: Books5/5(2).

THEOLOGY OF REVIVAL I. Definition of Revival/Spiritual Awakening A. Various Definitions. "God's quickening visitation of his people, touching their hearts and deepening his work of grace File Size: 8KB. LECTURES ON REVIVALS OF RELIGION by The Rev. CHARLES G. FINNEY LECTURE I WHAT A REVIVAL OF RELIGION IS TEXT.

-- O Lord, revive thy work in the midst of the years, in the midst of the years make known; in wrath remember mercy. --HAB. iii. THE New Light ministry themselves created the picture of the pre-Awakening years which has prevailed down to our time.

Thomas Prince, Jr., of Boston, the first historian to compile documents on the revivals, in hisChristian Historyof and described the previous seventy years as a time of religious Cotton Mather before him and Perry Miller afterwards.

Among the groups that contributed to the revival tradition, the English Puritans protested against what they saw as the sacramentalism and ritualism of the Church of England in the 17th century, and many migrated to America, where they continued their fervour for experiential religion and devout living.

The Puritan fervour waned toward the end of the 17th century, but the Great. The revivals in the apostle’s days were connected with miracles, but they were not miracles. I said that a revival is the right use of the appropriate means.

The means which God has enjoined for the production of a revival, doubtless have a natural tendency to produce a revival. Otherwise God would not have enjoined them. The History of Revivals of Religion; Revivals of the Bible; Great Revivals and the Great Republic; When the Fire Fell By definition a 'revival' requires a state of death, neglect or loss.

There is no doubt that God has used these powerful revivals as the major means of restoring the fortunes of a declining church and advancing the cause. Revival is a return to a Book of Acts experience of Christianity. It is an emphasis more on the power of God than on the form of religion.

It is more of an emphasis on the recovery of the Lord’s testimony among His people, than on the total number of Christians in any given movement.One influential definition of evangelicalism has been proposed by historian David Bebbington.

Bebbington notes four distinctive aspects of evangelical faith: conversionism, biblicism, crucicentrism, and activism, noting, "Together they form a quadrilateral of priorities that is the basis of Evangelicalism." Conversionism, or belief in the necessity of being "born again", has .Revival definition is - an act or instance of reviving: the state of being revived: such as.

How to use revival in a sentence.