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Lectures on Revivals of Religion

By: Charles G. Finney
Narrated by: Matthew Erwin
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Charles Grandison Finney (1792-1875) was a Presbyterian minister and a leader of the Second Great Awakening in the United States. He has been called “The Father of Modern Revivalism”. These powerful lectures deal with religious revival, how to encourage or promote it, and explaining how a revival experience may be maintained in the life of the Christian and in the life of the church. The author considered a religious revival as a new beginning of obedience to God. However, a revival cannot take place without the cooperation of the penitent sinner, so Finney emphasizes the work of man alongside the work of God.

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How many Christians fail to recognize the invaluable wealth of spiritual resource available to them in these masterpiece sermons of Finney. For me, what sets Finney's works apart from that of other classic works by the likes of Spurgeon, Whitfield, Bunyan, and many others, is the raw, ruthless pragmatism and directness of Finney. He gives plain and practical directions for specific ends. In the case of this book, that end is starting, promoting, and sustaining revival. Having read his memoirs (autobiography), I can say that there's no more qualified expert on that subject in my opinion.
Some of the subject he deals with are as relevant today as in his day. A few are not.
The narrator does an excellent job. The gravity and dept of his tone matches what I would imagine Finney's personality to be.
In all, a great treasure is this audiobook. I can't recommend it enough.