This book addresses the question of evangelical identity what are the key markers, how did the movement come into being, and how is it changing? What is its style, then and now, and what is its theology? Written by the Principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, it is popular in tone but is intended to be an authoritative statement. The text seeks to show how and why the evangelicals have not only survived, but have grown strong, and explains their unique contribution to world Christianity. Its topics range from the historical roots of evangelical spirituality, to the place of the Bible; the concept of personal transformation, conversion and call; evangelism and service; worship and revival.