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Oxford And The Evangelical Succession
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Each one of these men was associated with Oxford whilst proving their mettle as spiritual leaders. Each one kept alive and added to the passionate flame of a remarkable line of influential church leaders. No lesser authority than J.C. Ryle placed George Whitefield (1714-1770) as the foremost Christian leader of the 18th century. He, in turn, passed the torch to John Newton (1725-1807). Newton was as a spiritual father to Thomas Scott (1747-1821) and Richard Cecil (1748-1810) and they in turn were the spiritual guides to Daniel Wilson (1778-1858).
What this book helps us understand is that the situation that prevailed when these men influenced their society is similar to that of today. If we want to change the world then their stories could inspire us to do just that.
Oxford And The Evangelical Succession by Sir Marcus Loane was published by Christian Focus Publications in March 2007. The ISBN for Oxford And The Evangelical Succession is 9781845502454.
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Oxford and the Evangelical SuccessionIan Gibbs, via The Good Book Stall
This re-issue of a book first published in 1950 still labours under the disadvantage of a very misleading title. Anyone looking for an Evangelical Movement preceding or co-terminus with the Oxford Movement, at Oxford, will be disappointed. As Sir Marcus points out in his preface, two of the five lives under review here ‘were not Oxford men at all’. Much has been written about one of the other three – George Whitfield, but it is helpful to have biographies of Richard Cecil and Daniel Wilson who will be much less known. Can it be true, as the bibliographies here printed imply, that nothing has been written about the former since 1913, and the latter since 1933?
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|Page last updated||15th January 2016|
|Author / Artist||Sir Marcus Loane|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (March 2007)|
|Number of Pages||240|