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The Great Awakening : documents on the revival of religion, 1740-1745, edited by Richard L. Bushman

The Great Awakening : documents on the revival of religion, 1740-1745
The Great Awakening
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The Great Awakening : documents on the revival of religion, 1740-1745, edited by Richard L. Bushman
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  • Introduction; Chapter I. PREPARATIONS; 1. The Decline of Piety: Samuel Willard, The Peril of the Times Displayed, 1700; 2. A Plea for Fervent Preaching: Solomon Stoddard, Dejects of Preachers Reproved, 1723; 3. Revival Preaching before the Awakening: Gilbert Tennent, Solemn Warning, 1735; Chapter II. THE ITINERANTS; George Whitefield; 4. A Report on Whitefield in New York: The New England Weekly Journal, 1739; 5. An Invitation from the Eastern Consociation, Fairfield County, Connecticut, 1740; 6. George Whitefield, Journals, 1740
  • 7. A Whitefield Sermon: Marriage of Cana, 17428. A Reply to Whitefield's Criticism of Harvard: Boston Gazette, 1741; 9. Whitefield Responds: Boston Gazette, 1742; Eleazar Wheelock; 10. Correspondence of a Connecticut Itinerant, 1740-1745; James Davenport; 11. Connecticut Expels James Davenport: Boston Weekly News-Letter, 1742; 12. Davenport Rebuked in Boston: The Declaration of A Number of the associated Pastors of Boston and Charles-Town, 1742; 13. Religious Excess at New London: Boston Weekly Post-Boy, 1743; 14. Davenport Deserted: A Letter, 1743
  • 15. James Davenport, Confession and Retractions, 1744Opposition to Itineracy; 16. The Subversion of Church Order: Theophilus Pickering, Letters, 1742; 17. Connecticut Inhibits Itinerants: The Public Records of Connecticut; Whitefield Returns; 18. Close the Pulpits: A Letter ... to the Associated Ministers of Boston and Charlestown, 1745; 19. George Whitefield, Journals, 1744; Chapter III. THE NEW BIRTH; 20. A Conversion: The Spiritual Travels of Nathan Cole, 1741; 21. A Revival: Samuel Blair, A Short and Faithful Narrative, 1744
  • 22. The Theology of New Birth: Jonathan Dickinson, True Scripture-Doctrine, 1741Chapter IV. TROUBLE IN THE CHURCHES; A Qualified Ministry; 23. Gilbert Tennent, The Danger of an Unconverted Ministry, 1740; 24. A Plea for Moderation: Solomon Williams, A Letter, 1744; Separations; 25. The Synod of Philadelphia Divides: Records of the Presbyterian Church, 1741; 26. The Separates in Norwich, Connecticut, 1745-1752; 27. The Failings of the Churches: Ebenezer Frothingham, The Articles of Faith and Practice, 1750; Chapter V. ASSESSMENTS; 28. The Priests Are Blind: Samuel Finley, Letter, 1741
  • 29. Overheated Passions: Charles Chauncy, A Letter ... to Mr. George Wishart, 174230. A Work of God: Jonathan Edwards, The Distinguishing Marks, 1741; 31. Errors and Disorders: The Testimony of the Pastors of the Churches, 1743; 32. An Effusion of the Holy Spirit: The Testimony and Advice of an Assembly, 1743; Chapter VI. NEW DIRECTIONS; Moralism and Piety; 33. The Injustice of Primitive Calvinism: Experience Mayhew, Grace Defended, 1744; 34. The Selfless Love of God: Joseph Bellamy, True Religion Delineated, 1750
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