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John Newton and the English Evangelical Tradition
Between the Conversions of Wesley and Wilberforce
PAPERBACK; Published: 1/3/2001
ISBN: 978-0-8028-4741-6
Price: $ 33.50
382 Pages
Trim Size, in inches: 6 x 9
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This is a print on demand book and is therefore non- returnable.
REVIEWS
Methodist Recorder
"This book, containing illustrations and maps, appendices, bibliography and index, is a useful introduction to the life and theology of John Newton."
David Bebbington in Books & Culture
"The best introduction to the world of eighteenth-century evangelicalism in England."
Gordon Wakefield in Theology
"This book cannot be too warmly commended for its comprehensive scholarship. We see Newton steadily and see him whole."
W. R. Ward in Church History
"A fine offering. It has given this reviewer more pleasure than anything he has read for a long time."
Commonweal
"[Hindmarsh's] detailed study of Newton is crisply presented. . . I am happy to have been introduced to [Newton's] life by such a reliable biographer."
David Hempton in Anglican and Episcopal History
"A study packed with scholarship and characterized by theological erudition and sensitivity."
John Walsh in Journal of Theological Studies
"There is not a better account of an eighteenth-century evangelical parish priest than this. Though Hindmarsh chronicles the career of one man, his is in many ways a microcosmic study that touches on many aspects of the Evangelical Revival in its 'heroic' early stages. The book is finely nuanced and written with style and clarity."

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