Bud is again joined by Tom Sullivan, The Narrated Puritan, to discuss a brief history of revivals and revivalism. Tom has spent extensive time in the disciplined study of the history of revivals and brings a wealth of insight to this divine work of God that is so overlooked by much of the contemporary church.
Tom’s previous visit to The Bud Zone may be heard HERE.
As discussed on this episode, Tom has provided the following recommended reading for those interested in further study on this important topic:
The Great Awakening Sources:
The Great Awakening – Joseph Tracy
Historical Collections and Accounts of Revival – John Gillies
The Life of George Whitefield Arnold Dallimore – Two Volumes.
Life of George Whitefield – J.C. Ryle
Jonathan Edwards Biography – Iain Murray
Jonathan Edwards: A Life – George Marsden
The Life Of President Edwards – Sereno Dwight
Second Great Awakening
Edward Dorr Griffin – Two Volume Set of life and sermons
The Life of Asahel Nettleton – Bennet Tyler
New England Revivals: As They Existed at the Close of the Eighteenth and the Beginning of the Nineteenth Centuries – Bennet Tyler
Accounts of Religious Revivals in Many Parts of the United States from 1815-1818 – Joshua Bradley
The Kentucky Revival
The Great Revival of 1800 – William Speer
Revivals and Revivalism – Iain Murray
The Revival of 1857-1858
The Power or Prayer – Samuel Prime
The revival and its lessons – J. W. Alexander
The Revival of 1859 United Kingdom
Authentic Records of Revival, Now in Progress in the United Kingdom in 1859 – William Reid
The Year of Grace – William Gibson
The Welsh Revival – Thomas Phillips
The Great Evangelical Awakening – Edwin Orr
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