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Publication Date: 15 Dec 2016
Series: History of Evangelicalism
Publisher: IVP
Page Count: 348
Author: Geoff Treloar
ISBN-13: 9781783594320, 9781783595587

The Disruption of Evangelicalism

The Age Of Torrey, Mott, Mcpherson And Hammond
By Geoff Treloar
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This volume provides the first comprehensive account of the evangelical tradition in the English-speaking world from the end of the nineteenth to the mid twentieth century. It offers fresh perspective on conversionism, the life of faith, reflection on the Bible and theology, and social engagement. These trajectories, through a period of great turbulence in world history, furnished the setting for the deepening diversification of the movement. This led to the fragmentation of the once broad evangelical spectrum into various (and often competing) strands.
About the Author
Director of Learning and Teaching at the Australian College of Theology and Visiting Fellow in History in the School of Humanities and Languages at the University of new South Wales. Author or editor of numerous books, most notably Lightfoot the Historian (Mohr Siebeck).
Press Reviews

this was a huge and challenging undertaking and Geoff Treloar has carried it off remarkably well

- Malcom Prentis

If you are at all interested in Protestant history, or if you would like to understand some of the tensions within contemporary (American) evangelicalism, you really need to read this book.

- Kouvanet

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