Gilbert Tennent, Son of Thunder: A Case Study of Continental Pietism's Impact on the First Great Awakening in the Middle Colonies
The first Great Awakening represented a significant step in the formation of a uniquely American identity. New insights in the intricate politics and theological debates of the earliest American revival movement will be gained from this exploration of the career of Presbyterian Awakener Gilbert Tennent.
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Redeeming a Faltering Awakening The Search for a New Balance
Denouement to a Contentious Career Consolidation Reformation Reunion and Rejection
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