Wesley & Whitefield
The religious climate of late seventeenth and early eighteenth century England was cold and dry. Onto this barren landscape came George Whitefield and John Wesley, whose powerful preaching and novel methods played an important role in kindling hearts and stirring religious affection. In this message, Dr. Godfrey introduces both of these men, the spiritual context within which they worked, and the results of their ministries.
From the teaching series A Survey of Church History, Part 4 by Dr. Robert Godfrey
Teaching Series by W. Robert Godfrey
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