Dynamics of Spiritual Life

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InterVarsity Press, Jul 13, 1979 - Religion - 455 pages
Richard Lovelace gives a history of spiritual renewals in light of biblical models. Isolating the elements of live orthodoxy, he proposes a comprehensive approach to renewal. Lovelace looks at such practical issues as renewal of the local congregation, the ways revivals go wrong, the evangelical thrust toward church unity, and Christian approaches to the arts and to social concern. A book for all concerned to revitalize the church.
 

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Contents

II
25
III
61
IV
81
VI
95
VII
145
VIII
201
IX
203
X
229
XII
239
XIV
271
XVI
289
XVIII
337
XX
355
XXI
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Richard F. Lovelace (Th.D., Princeton) is emeritus professor of church history at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and the author of Homosexuality and the Church (Revell) and The American Pietism of Cotton Mather (Eerdmans).

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