Seeker-Sensitive Heretics | Charles Finney, Billy Graham, & Andy Stanley

In by Joel Webbon

“In the 1820s and 30s, Christianity in America looked more or less like it did in Protestant Europe in the centuries that followed the Reformation. But as the country began to expand westward on the frontier, revivalism began to take over what had been standard, theologically orthodox Protestantism. Men like Charles G. Finney would hold tent revivals with dazzling oratory and salesmanship to generate religious excitement and manipulate the emotions of the crowd to produce conversions. Variations of this method eventually became the baseline for evangelical Christianity in America. The question of how God tells us He wants us to worship Him is seldom considered.”

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