Comparing the Movements of the Second Great Awakening
The Second Great Awakening was a religious movement in the early to mid nineteenth century, known for its emphasis on revivalism and spiritual experience. 2,627 more words
In his Christianity Today article titled Why Do These Pentecostals Keep Growing, Ed Stetzer, a noted Christian researcher and missiologist, is not focusing on aberrant Pentecostal groups but what he terms “orthodox evangelical Pentecostals.” Neither is he interested in debating Pentecostalism. 342 more words
A Methodist Episcopal evangelist relates the history of the first ever camp meetings held at the turn of the Nineteenth Century.
The practice of encamping for religious meetings, however, being thus introduced, it was soon reduced to a regular system, and adopted as a powerful means of promoting the work of God… 1,023 more words