They gathered at the river

the story of the great revivalists and their impact upon religion in America
  • 345 Pages
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Octagon Books , New York
Revivals -- United States., Evangel

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Statementby Bernard A. Weisberger.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBV3773 .W4 1979
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 345 p., [4] leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4737128M
ISBN 100374983380
LC Control Number78027278

Billy Graham has aroused the country to an awareness of religious revivalism, and though this vividly written and carefully documented book deals with the subject historically and biographically, the author goes only through Graham's predecessor, Billy Sunday.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Central United Church, Calgary, Alta. Centennial Book Committee. They gathered at the river. Calgary: Central United Church, (13) By a river side, where prayer was wont to be madeBetter, where an oratory (i.e., a place of prayer) was established.

The word, which was the Greek equivalent for the Hebrew "house of prayer" (Matthew ), is used in this sense by Josephus (Vit. 54), (see Note on Luke ), and was current among the Jews at they had no synagogue, and in a military.

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The River, also known as The Return and Hatchet: The Return, is a young adult novel by Gary is the second installment in the Hatchet series, but chronologically the third with Brian's Winter serving as an alternative second book. Plot. Brian Robeson, a year-old boy who spent 54 days surviving alone in the Canadian wilderness the previous summer, is hired Author: Gary Paulsen.

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