The Evangelist, Volume 1

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Word Pub., 2001 - Religion - 288 pages
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How much can one man do to influence the world for Christ? How do we begin to measure the worth of his work? In this documentary, evangelism scholar Lewis Drummond examines the Billy Graham ministry phenomenon of the last half of the 20th Century-spiritually, culturally, and historically. As a personal friend and student of the Graham family, Drummond has compiled a book that is a great resource for any student, pastor, or layperson seeking a better understanding of the Graham ministry. Sermons ranging from the monumental 1949 crusade sermon in Los Angeles, to the more recent one in Jacksonville, Florida, fall 2000, are included on a multi-media CD packaged with the book.

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Drummond (evangelism and church growth, Samford Univ.) tests the 12 characteristics of evangelism against the teachings and practices of Billy Graham in order to ascertain Graham's place in ... Read full review

Contents

An Epic Begins
1
The Holy Spirit
17
The Full and True Gospel
35
Copyright

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DR. LEWIS DRUMMOND spent his life working in evangelism and church ministry. A close associate of Billy Graham, Drummond wrote 21 books, including The Canvas Cathedral, Eight Keys to Biblical Revival and The Spiritual Woman, co-authored with his wife Betty Rae in 1999. Dr. Drummond went to be with the Lord in January of 2004.

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