A HISTORY OF THE EVANGELICAL PARTY IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND

By: Balleine, G. R.

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Book Condition: Fair Used; Slightly Damaged;


This book is held together well with no spine breakage. The edge pages are soiled with brown spots. There is underlining inside the pages with a name written inside the front cover. There are notes written in pencil inside the back cover. The dust jacket is worn and frayed around the edges. This book deals with a much neglected piece of modern Church History. Beginning with the Evangelical Revival of the eighteenth century the author describes the Holy Club at Oxford and the early Methodists. He goes on to show that what was at first entirely a Church of England movement developed in two directions, the one party eventually finding its home in Nonconformity, the other ---nicknamed the "Evangelicals" remaining loyal to the Church.

Title: A HISTORY OF THE EVANGELICAL PARTY IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND

Author Name: Balleine, G. R.

Categories: Christian History,

Publisher: Church Book Room Press Ltd.; 1951; 290 Pgs,;: 1951

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fair Used; Slightly Damaged;

Jacket Condition: Fair

Size: 5 1/4 x 7 1/2

Seller ID: 3416

Keywords: HISTORY; EVANGELICAL; CHURCH; ENGLAND;