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19TH CENTURY REVIVALISM
Beginning with a brief survey of revivals and evangelists of the 18th century Great Awakening, Richard Lovelace explores revivalism in the 19th century and explains the impact the church can have in society when revivals result in a unified church.
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Richard Lovelace, (1931 – 2020) was professor emeritus of church history at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and the author of Dynamics of a Spiritual Life, Homosexuality and the Church and The American Pietism of Cotton Mather. Lovelace was primarily interested in interested in the subject of spiritual awakening, revival, and renewal in the Church. He has also authored numerous articles in addition to his books. He received his ThD from Princeton Theological Seminary.