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The powerful God of Exodus. the traditional poetry of the Psalms, and the everlasting teachings of Proverbs. Matthew, Mark, Luke, and the paranormal fantastic thing about John. the hot heaven and earth of Revelation.
Bible verses—an enduring resource of steering, peace, and rejuvenation—are right here given a truly designated remedy in colourful letterpress illustrations that convey each one word to lifestyles in a clean and significant approach. The verses are drawn from seven translations (including the hot foreign model, the recent Revised commonplace model, and The King James Bible) and organized so as, starting with Genesis 1:1. those choices comprise a hundred of the main quite significant passages of the outdated and New testomony, made much more robust throughout the transformative lens of artwork.
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Meanwhile, in Silesia in 1708, there was a remarkable revival movement led by children who gathered in camp meetings for prayer and singing. By 1720, revival had spread to neighbouring Bohemia, and in 1727, Zinzendorf ’s community at Herrnhut experienced a powerful revival, stimulated by the conversion of a recently bereaved eleven-year-old girl. 17 In Britain, too, there were significant forerunners of later revival, in the ministry of John Balfour at Nigg in Easter Ross from 173018 and in the stirrings that accompanied the formation of the Associate Presbytery in 1733.
61 While in this sentence Hatch carefully avoids using the word ‘evangelical’, it comes back into his analysis in the following paragraph as he discusses developments in the United States since the Second World War. Here he makes it clear that his essential point is not that evangelicalism does not exist, but that its ‘dynamic . . decentralized, competitive’62 character means that it is not – and probably never can be – a coherently structured whole. It should also be noted that Hatch’s and Hart’s reservations about the term ‘evangelicalism’ relate to its use in relation to the later-twentieth-century United States.
Its very ascendancy in the literature, however, carries the risk of leading to an overly homogeneous impression of evangelicalism, obscuring those committed to sharper theological definition, as well as significant distinctive local emphases and features of belief and practice not explicit in Bebbington’s short summary of four evangelical qualities. Finally, Stuart Piggin, in the ‘Preface’ to his historical survey of evangelicalism in Australia, offers a three-stranded interpretative model: Evangelicalism is concerned to foster an intimate, even intense, personal relationship with Jesus Christ.