Pentecostal Outpourings: Revival and the Reformed Tradition, edited by Robert David Smart, Michael A. G. Haykin, and Ian Hugh Clary, delivers historical research on Reformed revivals in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. The book is packed with detailed and well-researched information, covering revivals in both the British Isles and America. I learned a lot through this book. I learned about historical figures, such as Andrew Fuller, (who was once described by Charles Spurgeon as “the greatest theologian” of his century), and I also learned in-depth information about various groups, such as the Calvinistic Baptists. One of my favorite parts in the book discussed the dissenters in Ireland. I also liked reading about the Presbyterian tradition in Scotland and the Scottish revivals. The editors did a great job researching and presenting the information in this book. They definitely deliver a lot of interesting historical information.
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