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Finney's Christian Perfection
Finney and the heritage of Edwards
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Newton joined those who laid the groundwork for British evangelicalism—from within the Established Church.
"The question," conservative J. Gresham Machen once said of Harry Emerson Fosdick, "is not whether Dr. Fosdick is winning men, but whether the thing he is winning them to is Christianity."
Father of American revivalism
Revivalist who moved with the times
Irenic anti-Calvinist
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January 16, 1543: British Parliament prohibits any "women or artificer's prentices, journeymen, servingmen of the degree of yeoman, or under, husbandmen or labourers to read the New Testament in English."

January 16, 1545: George Spalatin, Martin Luther's close friend and go-between with Frederick The Wise, dies (see issue 34: Luther's Early Years).

January 16, 1604: Puritan John Rainolds suggests " . . . that there might bee a newe translation of the Bible, as consonant ...

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