Following a period of great revival, Charles Finney reached a point of physical exhaustion which resulted in his writing a series of articles on various subjects to continue the work of discipleship in the new believers scattered throughout the regions of revival. These practical instructions were published in the Oberlin Evangelist periodical and took the form of letters addressed to specific themes. They now are collected and edited by Pastor L.G. Parkhurst to appear for the first time in book form.
As well as letters concerning sanctification, major themes include Finney's letters:
• To New Christians
• To Ministers
• To Parents
• To Christians
Charles G. Finney (1792-1875) is recognized as the most effective evangelist of the 19th century. It is estimated that more than half a million people were converted to Christ through his evangelistic ministry. After becoming a lawyer he carefully explored the claims of Christ and was powerfully converted in 1821. An avid student of the Bible, he soon engaged in preaching and teaching throughout many eastern and southern states. The result was a revival which altered the course of American history.
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