In Revival & Revivalism, Iain Murray has produced yet another historical study of outstanding quality. Against the rich background of narrative of God given revivals in North America, he traces the landmark changes in both understanding and practice which took place between the middle 18th and 19th centuries, culminating in the widespread influence of Charles Grandison Finney.
"This is not merely a record of the church's past. Rather, those who read it will soon realize that it provides a key to understanding contemporary evangelicalism and its deep needs. It may not be too much to claim that this volume is essential reading for Christians who desire true revival in the churches of our own day." —Sinclair B. Ferguson