ARTICLES AND SERMONS
BY OR ABOUT:
CHARLES GRANDISON FINNEY 1792-1875
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| Over 400 Sermons
| Books of Sermons
| Works on Preaching
| Biographical Works
- SKELETONS OF A COURSE OF THEOLOGICAL LECTURES. His first Lectures On Theology. 1857 Ed.
- 1851 EDITION OF FINNEY'S SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY. 1000 page unabridged final ed.
- 1878 EDITION OF FINNEY'S SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY. Edited 1851 edition by Fairchild.
- LECTURES ON THEOLOGY. Unpublished pre-theology lectures from the 1860's and 1870's.
- LECTURES ON PASTORAL THEOLOGY. Unpublished lectures from the 1860's and 1870's.
- LECTURES ON REVIVALS OF RELIGION."This book, first published in 1835, has an important place not only in American religious history but in American social and intellectual history as well. Its importance to religious history has two dimensions. In the realm of theology it clearly marks the end of two centuries of Calvinism and the acceptance of pietistic evangelicalism as the predominat faith of the nation. In the realm of applied religion, as a textbook on how to promote revivals of religion, this book is the perennial classic to which all succeeding generations of revivalists have truned for authority and inspiration." W. G. McLoughlin. 1960.
- THE CHARACTER, CLAIMS AND PRACTICAL WORKINGS OF FREEMASONRY. 1869.
Lists of Sermons:
Books of Sermons:
- THE BAPTISM OF THE HOLY GHOST, Second half of Asa Mahan's book.
Works on Preaching:
- REVIVAL FIRE. Finney's letters about the early Revivals.
- THE CHURCH SHOULD SEEK MORE EMINENT PIETY IN THE MINISTRY.
- PREACHING SO AS TO CONVERT NOBODY.
Letters from Finney:
Biographies of Finney:
- MEMORIAL ADDRESS: ON THE LIFE AND INFLUENCE OF PRESIDENT CHARLES G. FINNEY. By The Rev. James Brand, D. D, 1892.
- MEMORIAL ADDRESS: ON CERTAIN ELEMENTS OF PRESIDENT FINNEY'S POWER AS A PREACHER. By Professor John M. Ellis, 1892.
- OBERLINIANA: A JUBILEE VOLUME OF SEMI-HISTORICAL ANECDOTES CONNECTED WITH THE PAST AND PRESENT OF OBERLIN COLLEGE. 1833-1883. By A. L. SHUMWAY, '82, and C. De W. BROWER, '83.