The fascinating story of an intriguing—and little understood—religious figure in nineteenth-century America. . .
[White’s] story as prophetess, health reformer, and religious leader is rarely matched in American religious annals, and Ronald Numbers is the man equipped to tell it.
Edith Blumhofer sorts fact from fiction in the life of this remarkable woman.
Charles G. Finney and the Spirit of American Evangelicalism by Charles Hambrick-Stowe Charles Grandison Finney was the foremost evangelist in the pre-Civil War United States. His revivals in the cities along the Erie Canal; his well-organized campaigns in Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, and the British Isles; his prominent pastorate at New York’s British Isles;…