The Dictionary of Evangelical Biography will help broaden your perspective on the players in the English-speaking world's evangelical movement during the first 150 years of its development.
This "who's who" directory features 3,570 biographies of English-speaking evangelical figures from every continent. Researched and written by 344 historians from around the world, this wide-ranging text explores even minor evangelical figures whose biographies are found in no other modern work.
It describes individuals from a wide array of denominational backgrounds, including Adventist, Anglican, Baptist, Brethren, Catholic, Church of Scotland, Congregational, Episcopal, Free, Lutheran, Mennonite, Methodist, Moravian, Presbyterian, Quaker, Reformed, Wesleyan, and more.
This edition includes an index of subjects arranged by country and denomination and provides resources for further study of individuals associated with the evangelical movement of 1730-1860.
Donald M. Lewis is a specialist in the history of evangelicalism in Victorian Britain. He serves as professor of church history and dean of faculty at Regent College in Vancouver, Canada.
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