The Welsh Revival & The Story of The Welsh Revival: As Told by Eyewitnesses Together With a Sketch of Evan Roberts and His Message to The World

G. Campbell Morgan (Author) Arthur Goodrich (Author)
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Description

Two books on the Welsh Revival, both first published in 1905. It includes reports by professional writers, well respected preachers, and eyewitnesses.

Book One is:

The Welsh Revival: A Narrative Of Facts
By
William T. Stead, Editor of Review of Reviews, London

Book Two is:
THE STORY OF THE WELSH REVIVAL:
As Told by Eyewitnesses Together With a Sketch of Evan Roberts and His Message to The World
By
Arthur Goodrich,
Rev. G. Campbell Morgan, D.D.

These books were originally published in 1905, and the spelling of some words has been updated, but not a few Welsh words that have strange spelling.

Table of Contents
Book One: Part 1
Chapter 1: From the Author to the Reader
Chapter 2: The National Significance of Revivals
Chapter 3: What I saw in Wales
Chapter 4: Evan Roberts
Chapter 5: The Rise and Progress of the Revival
Chapter 6: What ought I to do?

Part 2:
The Revival: Its Power and Source

Book Two: THE STORY OF THE WELSH REVIVAL
1: A Message to the World by Evan Roberts
2: The Story of the Welsh Revival by Arthur Goodrich
3: The Lessons Of The Revival
4: Mr. Evan Roberts, by W. T. Stead
5. The Story of The Awakening, As Seen by W. T. Stead
6: The Psychology of The Revival, by W. T. Stead
7: The Teaching of the Revival, by Evan H. Hopkins
8: Experience of a Visitor From London
9: What I Saw and Heard in Wales, Rev. E. W. Moore, M.A.
10: Striking Testimony of Eyewitnesses

Product Details

Price
$8.75
Publisher
Trumpet Press
Publish Date
August 01, 2015
Pages
162
Dimensions
5.98 X 0.37 X 9.02 inches | 0.54 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780692498057
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About the Author

G. Campbell Morgan (1863-1945) was a leading Bible expositor in England and the United States. Despite a lack of substantial formal training, Morgan was a prolific writer and teacher. Ordained into the Congregational ministry, he was the pastor of Westminster Chapel, London (1904-17 and 1933-45). Morgan also conducted two very successful teaching tours in the United States, including work with D.L. Moody's ministry.