What a Friend We Have in Jesus: The Evangelical Tradition Paperback
The Evangelical Tradition
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What a Friend We Have in Jesus: The Evangelical Tradition
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The influence of evangelicalism within Christian churches has never been stronger. Ian Randall’s new study reveals the breadth and range of what has been described as ‘the slumbering giant in the world of spirituality’. Evangelicalism has its origins in the evangelical revival of the eighteenth century, although it has strong links with the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century and the English Puritan movement of the seventeenth century. In an ideal introduction for readers of every background to a vital tradition of spirituality not confined to one country or one denomination, Ian Randall describes its characteristic features and the major strands within the tradition, and shows how evangelical spirituality has changed and developed over time.
Ian Randall is Deputy Principal and Lecturer in Church History and Spirituality at Spurgeon’s College, London, and Senior Research Fellow at the International Baptist Theological Seminary (IBTS) in Prague, Czech Republic. He is the author of several books and many articles on evangelical history.
What a Friend We Have in Jesus: The Evangelical Tradition by Ian Randall was published by Darton Longman & Todd in June 2005 and is our 47339th best seller. The ISBN for What a Friend We Have in Jesus: The Evangelical Tradition is 9780232525335.
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|Page last updated||25th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Ian Randall|
|Publisher||Darton Longman & Todd (June 2005)|
|Number of Pages||144|