Books on 19th Century
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Revival And Revivalism
The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750 - 1858
Subtitled ‘The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750–1858’, this book traces the spiritually epoch-making events of the 18th and 19th centuries and rejects the frequent identification of ‘revival’ with ‘revivalism’. 480pp.
Preachers With Power
Four Stalwarts of the South
The lives of four of the most influential men in a rich period of evangelical history in America (1791–1902)—Daniel Baker, J. H. Thornwell, Benjamin M. Palmer and John L. Girardeau. 224pp.
Pastor-Teachers of Old Princeton
Memorial Addresses for the Faculty of Princeton Theological Seminary 1812-1921
A unique collection of funeral sermons, memorial addresses, and magazine articles, honouring the labours of the leading faculty of Princeton Theological Seminary during the years 1812-1921. 600pp.
Letters from the South Seas
John Paton’s wife gives an enthralling and inspiring account of missionary life in the New Hebrides from the 1860s to the 1890s. 344pp.
The lives of the author’s father and uncle, members of the Scottish aristocracy, who became identified for fifty years with many of the foremost evangelical enterprises of the 19th century. 728pp.
Apart from a short period of missionary service in India, John Milne (1807–68) spent his whole ministry in Perth as a pastor and evangelist. Bonar’s account of one who lived close to Christ remains a guide to what the churches need in every age. 464pp.
Contemporary Christians can learn much from these reminiscences of the life of ‘Rabbi’ Duncan. 256pp.
Written shortly after his father’s death by his son and successor at Princeton, this life of Charles Hodge brings together a wealth of material from letters, diaries, journal articles, and personal reflections. Full of interest for all kinds of readers. 672pp. Illustrated.
Takes us behind the public figure—J. H. Thornwell’s successor in Columbia, South Carolina—to the humble, prayerful Christian whose life was marked by affliction. 704pp.
John G. Paton
The Autobiography of the Pioneer Missionary to the New Hebrides (Vanuatu)
The moving and gripping account of the life of the great pioneer missionary to the New Hebrides. 340pp.
History of the English Calvinistic Baptists 1791-1892
From John Gill to C.H. Spurgeon
Covering the period 1771–1892, from the death of John Gill to that of C. H. Spurgeon, gives a fascinating look at the lives and perspectives of both theological giants and lesser-known lights among the Baptists. 432pp.
More Love to Thee
The moving story of a fascinating, gifted and godly woman, author of the popular novel Stepping Heavenward. 264pp.
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