The Life of Charles G. Finney – by A. M. Hills (free audiobook)

 

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The Life of Charles G. Finney

Aaron Merritt Hills (1848 – 1935)

A.M. Hills, theologian and preacher in the Wesleyan holiness tradition, gives us a detailed biography of Charles G. Finney, one of the most influential revivalists of the nineteenth century. Charles G. Finney was a key figure in initiating the Second Great Awakening in the United States. His preaching was passionate and powerful and his very presence would often bring conviction on those around him. Although his background was Baptist and Presbyterian, he vigorously promoted the doctrine of entire sanctification and the infilling of the Holy Spirit. Finney also left his mark on education as president of Oberlin College in Ohio. – Summary by Larry Wilson


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SECTION CHAPTER READER TIME
Play00 Dedication and Preface Larry Wilson 00:02:53
Play01 Sent of God Erik Samborski 00:13:30
Play02 His Conversion Erik Samborski 00:14:45
Play03 Studying Theology Erik Samborski 00:23:33
Play04 Beginning His Ministry Erik Samborski 00:18:29
Play05 Revivals at Antwerp, ”Sodom,” Gouverneur, and Dekalb Erik Samborski 00:20:48
Play06 Revivals at Wester, Rome, Utica, Auburn, Troy and New Lebanon Erik Samborski 00:19:31
Play07 Ministerial Opposition and the New Lebanon Convention Colleen McMahon 00:21:02
Play08 Revivals at Stephentown, Wilmington, Philadelphia and Reading 1827-1830 djwhitney 00:25:34
Play09 Revivals in Columbia, New York City, Rochester, Auborn, Buffalo, Providence and Boston 1830-1832 djwhitney 00:30:52
Play10 Labors in New York City, 1832-1835–Trip to Italy–Revival Lectures–Oberlin djwhitney 00:23:28
Play11 Early Labors in Oberlin PhyllisV 00:26:31
Play12 Revivals in Boston–Providence–Rochester, and Again in Boston, 1842-1844–Renewed Baptism with the Holy Ghost–Loss of His Wife Michele Eaton 00:32:43
Play13 First Visit to England–Revivals in Hartford, Western, Syracuse, and Rochester PhyllisV 00:27:17
Play14 Revivals in Boston–England–Scotland, and Oberlin–Close of His Life PhyllisV 00:26:41
Play15 Finney on Preachers and Preaching PhyllisV 00:20:28
Play16 Finney on Freemasonry PhyllisV 00:26:39
Play17 The Estimate of Finney Made by Others–Finney as a Theologian Timothy Lucas 00:24:43
Play18 Finney On Sanctification And Its Results In Oberlin – College History – Closing Pictures Timothy Lucas 00:43:44

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