What are your top/favorite books on the history of revivals? Globally, not specifically tied to the US? (Outside of Acts preferably :-))
Charles Page [01/26/2016 2:34 PM]
Ricky Grimsley [01/26/2016 2:38 PM]
Corey Forsyth [01/26/2016 2:45 PM]
I am merely commenting to follow… And take notes 🙂
TR Dunlap [01/26/2016 2:55 PM]
Acts (because I follow directions)
Charles Page [01/26/2016 2:57 PM]
Brandon, define, narrow down, the meaning of revival.
John Kissinger [01/26/2016 2:58 PM]
Paul DeHaan [01/26/2016 2:58 PM]
Top ten greatest revivals is good
Paul DeHaan [01/26/2016 2:59 PM]
Also fire on earth
Charles Page [01/26/2016 3:00 PM]
most CoG pastors say that the last revival was one of the greatest and __________ did the best preaching they had heard.
Brandon Walker [01/26/2016 4:30 PM]
Charles, I’d prefer the term ‘awakening’ but there are relatively few movements labeled that, especially outside the US that I’m aware of.
Tom Steele [01/26/2016 5:10 PM]
John Kissinger [01/26/2016 5:36 PM]
God’s Generals is good if you’re looking at 20 century Pentecostal revivals AND IF you dont mind the author Peter A Vandever is a good source too on modern day Kansas, iHop, Pensacola, etc.
Tom Steele [01/26/2016 5:48 PM]
There is a book very similar to “God’s Generals” called “Quest For Revival” by Ron McIntosh. I have read both. In the case of “God’s Generals” I don’t mind the book, despite the author, as it is a historical compilation.
Peter A Vandever [01/26/2016 5:54 PM]
My good friend Eddie Hyatt has the best book on revival history. It is called 2000 years of Charismatic Christianity.
John Ruffle [01/26/2016 6:03 PM]
Book of Acts.
John Kissinger [01/26/2016 8:11 PM]
David Willaim Faupel also does a great job, much more thorough than just revivals http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/the-everlasting-gospel-the-significance-of-eschatology-in-the-development/