The Complete Works of Charles Finney is finally available! This 20 volume set contains his sermons, lectures, and culminating work - Systematic Theology. His experience as a lawyer prior to his conversion gave him keen insights and understanding about the different aspects of government. His work has answered many questions that students have long wrestled over.With hundreds of pulished articles and lectures, this collection is a must have for evangelicals and revivalists. Having been called the "Father of Modern Revivalism", Finney played a large part in the wake of the Second Great Awakening.
In addition to being a foremost leader in the Second Great Awakening, he was president of Oberlin College for fifteen years. Under his leadership, the school became a haven for abolitionists and the underground railroad. His work for social justice was second only to his passion to see the church awaken to revival.
Included in this collection:
Lectures to Professing Christians
Lectures on Revival
Lectures on Theology - 6 Vol.
The Oberlin Evangelist, 1839-1862: Lectures, Sermons, Articles and Letters
Sermons on Various Subjects and Occasions
Sermons from the Penny Pulpit
Articles in the Oberlin Quarterly Review, and other Magazines
Views of Sanctification, and Other Theological Lectures - 4 Vol.
Letters on Revival, and Power From on High - 2 Vol.
Autobiography (Memoirs) of Charles Finney
Add this collection to your PC Study Library today and receive these 3 bonus titles:
A Biography of Charles Grandison Finney, by G. Frederick Wright
A Mighty Winner of Souls: Charles Finney, a Study in Evangelism, by Frank Grenville Beardsley
A History of Oberlin College, by Robert Samuel Fletcher