International gatherings like the 1974 Lausanne Congress (reprised in 1989 and 2010) testify to an increasingly globalized mindset among the world's evangelical leaders. This expansion of horizons should come as no surprise: Dating back to its 18th-century origins, the evangelical movement has never been confined within one nation—or even one continent. In this sweeping survey, scholars Mark Hutchinson and John Wolffe undertake the ambitious task of crafting a single-volume history of evangelicalism's global progress from the earliest trans-Atlantic revivals up to the present day.
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