Marsden gives us an Edwards who illumines both American history and Christian theology, an Edwards that will appeal to readers with little or no training in either field.
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.
Assist Me to Proclaim: The Life and Hymns of Charles Wesley John R. Tyson Charles Wesley (1707–1788) was the cofounder of Methodism and the author of more than 9,000 hymns and sacred poems, including such favorites as “Hark! the Herald Angels Sing,” “O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing,” and “Christ the Lord Is Risen…
Edith Blumhofer sorts fact from fiction in the life of this remarkable woman.