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Issue 60 : How the Irish Were Saved

Originally published in 1998
Issue 60
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July 1, 1643: The Westminster Assembly convenes for the first time in the Henry VII Chapel of Westminster Abbey. Five years later it published the Westminster longer and shorter catechisms, which the Anglican church rejected, but the Presbyterians accepted.

July 1, 1824: The Presbyterian church ordains Charles Grandison Finney, the father of modern revivalism (see issue 20: Charles Grandison Finney).

July 1, 1899: Three traveling businessmen meet in a YMCA building and decide to form an organization ...

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