3rd Worldwide Revival

In this section are materials on Asahel Nettleton, Charles Finney and James Caughey - names which dominate the American and British scenes. 

Finney's well documented ministry began in 1830 and netted 100,000 souls within one year! The Methodist Episcopal church steadily increased in the 1830's, especially through camp-meetings. But their numbers doubled in 1840-1842. Other denominations flourished too.

The greatest effect of this revival was felt far beyond the boarders of North America and for centuries to come. Finney's philosophy of revival, expressed in his autobiography and explained in his "Revivals of Religion", which can be found in the "Revival Theology" section, has subsequently affected thousands of Christians and precipitated revivals around the world.
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An Autobiography of Charles Finney - Charles Finney - ebook
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The name of Charles Finney is legendary amongst students of Revival. After experiencing a thorough Christian conversion he received a...
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Methodism in Earnest - James Caughey - ebook
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James Caughey was an Irish-born emigrant to the United States who was converted in the times of revival in 1830-31...
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Earnest Christianity - James Caughey - ebook
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James Caughey was an Irish-born emigrant to the United States who was converted in the times of revival in 1830-31...
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Christmas Evans - Edwin Paxton Hood - ebook
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Christmas Evans, so named because he was born on Christmas Day 1766, suffered a very unhappy childhood. He had no...
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Autobiography of Emerson Andrews - Emerson Andrews - ebook
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Emerson Andrews (1806-1884) was born in Mansfield, Bristol County, Massachusetts in 1806 to godly parents, James and Mercy Andrews. They...
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From Death Unto Life - William Haslam - ebook
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William Haslam has the unique testimony of being converted in the midst of one of his own sermons! Haslam, born...
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