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The Great Awakening: documents illustrating the crisis and its consequences, edited by Alan Heimert and Perry Miller.

; Miller, Perry, 1905-1963, compiler
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1967] .
ISBN 9780672600449, 0672509776, 9780672509773, 0672600447

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Other Authors Miller, Perry, 1905-1963,
Subjects ((The)) Great Awakening.
Great Awakening.
The Great Awakening.
United States -- Church history -- To 1775 -- Sources.
United States.
Series American heritage series (New York, N.Y.) ; 34.
Description lxx, 663 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages lxiii-lxv).
Contents An essay for reviving religion / Samuel Wigglesworth -- Justification by faith alone / Jonathan Edwards -- The unsearchable riches of Christ / Gilbert Tennent -- A history of the work of redemption / Jonathan Edwards -- Account of the revival at Lyme / Jonathan Parsons -- Journal / George Whitefield -- Two sermons on regeneration / Alexander Garden -- Whitefield's character and preaching / Josiah Smith -- The danger of an unconverted ministry / Gilbert Tennent -- The witness of the Spirit / Jonathan Dickinson -- The government of the church of Christ / John Thomson -- A particular consideration of "the Querists" / Samuel Blair -- "The Querists," a short reply to Mr. Whitefield's letter -- The wonderful wandering Spirit -- Christ triumphing, and Satan raging / Samuel Finley -- Remarks upon a Protestation / Gilbert Tennent -- A display of God's special grace / Jonathan Dickinson -- Spiritual travels / Nathan Cole -- Account of the revival at Lyme / Jonathan Parsons -- Gilbert Tennent's powerful preaching in Boston -- Account of the revival at Lyme / Jonathan Parsons -- A song of praise / James Davenport -- The distinguishing marks of a work of the Spirit / Jonathan Edwards -- The spirits of the present day tried / David McGregore -- Enthusiasm described and caution'd against / Charles Chauncy -- Confession and retractations / James Davenport -- Thoughts on the revival of religion / Jonathan Edwards -- Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion / Charles Chauncy -- A looking-glass for changelings / Isaac Stiles -- The essential rights and liberties of Protestants / Elisha Williams -- The testimony of Harvard College against George Whitefield -- Letter to those who refuse to admit Whitefield / William Shurtleff -- Irenicum ecclesiasticum / Gilbert Tennent -- The state of religion in Virginia / Samuel Davies -- The safety of the church of England -- A letter from the ministers of Windham -- A short view of the church of Christ / Solomon Paine -- Qualifications for communion / Jonathan Edwards -- The true state of the question / Solomon Williams -- The articles of the separate churches / Ebenezer Frothingham -- Narrative of an unhappy contention / John Bass -- Regeneration / Samuel Quincy -- The necessity of holding fast the truth / Gilbert Tennent -- What is Christ to me if he is not mine? / Andrew Croswell -- A treatise concerning religious affections / Jonathan Edwards -- The absurdity of depreciating moral virtue / Lemuel Briant -- True religion delineated / Joseph Bellamy -- The visible union of God's people / Jonathan Edwards -- The right and duty of private judgment / Jonathan Mayhew -- Remarks on the doctrines of New England / Thomas Darling -- A discourse on the Christian union / Ezra Stiles -- The millennium / Joseph Bellamy -- Some remarks on religion / Hermon Husband.
Genre Church history.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)382751
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WorldCat Identities Heimert, Alan,
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