Issue 38 : George Whitefield: 17th c. Preacher & Revivalist
Originally published in 1993
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Table of Contents
Little-known or remarkable facts about George Whitefield
As George Whitefield blazed across England, Scotland, and America, his dramatic preaching caused excitement bordering on panic.
A farmer races to the sensation.
Cornelius Winter was at Whitefield's orphan house when he learned of the evangelist's death. His report:
A persuasive appeal from a powerful evangelist.
Whitefield's co-workers in the great eighteenth-century revival.
Two evangelists face a mob
A look at one year of Whitefield's whirlwind ministry.
Benjamin Franklin and George Whitefield: Theologically, they were miles apart, yet they became affectionate friends.
Soon after he began an orphanage, Whitefield found himself chained by expenses he couldn't pay.
The message of the greatest communicator of his age.
Whitefield's troubling mix of views.
We still feel Whitefield's influence today.