- re·viv·al·ism (r -v v -l z m). n. 1.
- PERSPECTIVES OF PRO-REVIVALISM:
- The Christian History was a pro-revivalist magazine printed in Boston from 1743-. 1745 during revivalism were perhaps unusual, but not thoroughly new.
- A Timeline of American Revivalism
- A Timeline of American Revivalism. • 1734. A religious fervor begins to sweep the town of Northampton, Massachusetts.
- The Re-Study of Revival and Revivalism
- idiosyncrasies of professional evangelists, not revivalism. Alas, many evangelical historians use “revivalism“ in the same way as their humanist contemporary.
- ISLAMIC REVIVALISM: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
- ISLAMIC REVIVALISM: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE. Dr. Abdul Aziz Said and.
- Thundercat is go! Stream upcoming debut album here
- The album fits right in with the voracious appetite for yacht rock revivalism that's being championed by indie hipsters like Mayer Hawthorne and Junior Boys.
- LA Unheard: Sleeping Bags' revivalist rock
- With recent indie breakthroughs such as Yuck and the Captured Tracks roster (Craft Spells, Beach Fossils) also embracing the era, Sleeping Bags' revivalism couldn't have come at a better time.
- Dangers of cultural revivalism
- However, while the serious political flaws in such reasoning were discussed at the time, now that this civilian democratic government seems to be beating a similar drum, the dangers of cultural revivalism need to be discussed.
- Rejoice - the tatty Arab furniture is on its way out
- But where did these “realists” imagine most Arab countries were heading anyway, under tyrannies that bred Islamic revivalism with the efficiency of incubators?
- Course applies religion to modern world
- William V. Trollinger, PhD, plans to assign the book by Randall Balmer: “The Making of Evangelicalism: From Revivalism to Politics and Beyond.
- Christian revival - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Christian revival. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search.
- Several articles on Revivalism. A source of information for deeper understanding of religious subjects.
- Evangelicalism, Revivalism, and the Second Great Awakening, The
- Evangelicalism, Revivalism, and the Second Great Awakening.
- From this area emerged a figure who would become the central figure of the revivalist movement: Charles Grandison Finney.
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