|Title:||Encyclopedia of Religious Revivals in America: Volume 2|
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|Publisher:||Greenwood (November 30, 2006)|
The first volume contains 227 alphabetically arranged articles on many aspects of revivals in America. Biographical entries cover the lives and work of important preachers such as Jonathan Edwards, Oral Roberts, Pat Robertson, and Billy Sunday. The article entitled Women and revivals, along with biographical entries for Kathryn Kuhlman, Aimee Semple McPherson, Amanda Berry Smith, and Sojourner Truth, establishes the importance of women in the revival tradition. America is rich with Christian history. Do not let the media or government try to tell you otherwise. This 1000 page two volume book details every revival and awakening in North America up through 2007.
West-port, CT: Greenwood Press, 2007. Brauer once wrote that revivalism is the most impor-tant movement in the history of Protestantism in America. Ifhe was even half right, this set is now a denitive andunprecedented resource for important dimensions of Ameri-can religion never before studied by scholars with thisbreadth and depth. Using the efforts of 118 scholars, the rstvolume contains 227 articles on people, events, ns or groups, and revival practices and themes
This definitive, two-volume encyclopedia is the first academic reference work devoted specifically to religious revivals in North America. Religious revivals have had a tremendous impact on American society throughout its history. During the First Great Awakening (1739-45), waves of religious fervor spread throughout the American colonies.
Encyclopedia of Religious Revivals in America more. by Michael McClymond. This definitive, two-volume encyclopedia is the first academic reference work devoted specifically to religious revivals in North America. More Info: in Michael McClymond ed. Embodying the Spirit: New Perspective on North American Revivalism (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004) pp. 1-46, 281-292. Publication Date: 2004.
Are you sure you want to remove Encyclopedia of Religious Revivals in America from your list? Encyclopedia of Religious Revivals in America. by Michael James McClymond. Published June 2006 by Greenwood Press.
Encyclopedia of Religious Revivals in America.
Education: Michael J. McClymond is Professor of Modern Christianity at Saint Louis University and previously completed a term as the Clarence Louis and Helen Irene Steber Professor. He was educated at Northwestern University (B. A. in Chemistry), Yale University (. iv. and the University of Chicago (. Greenwood Press, 2007). His most recent book-co-written with Gerald R. McDermott-is The Theology of Jonathan Edwards (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012). Comprising forty-five chapters, this work is the most in-depth academic study yet published on Edwards's thought.
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1240 pp. This two-volume, 700,000-word encyclopedia draws together the work of 120 scholars, and is the first major academic reference work specifically devoted to the topic of religious revivals. It includes an A-Z compilation of 227 essays, a collection of 153 primary sources (with introductions) representing four centuries of American history, and a bibliography of more than 5000 books and articles on North American and international Christian revivals