Term 1787 definition archibald alexander at hampton

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Term:1787Definition:Archibald Alexander at HamptonSydney College. May be consideredthe first earlystirrings of the Second GreatAwakeningTerm:1791Definition:d. Lady HuntingdonTerm:1792Definition:William Carey preaches "Expect greatthings from God. Attempt great thingsforGod."Particular Baptist Society forPropagating the Gospel among theHeathen founded,later called the Baptist MissionarySocietyb. Charles Finney, inventor of modernrevivalismTerm:1795Definition:London Missionary Society founded
Term:1797Definition:b. Charles HodgeTerm:1799Definition:Church Missionary Society foundedFriedrich Schleiermacher's OnReligion: Speeches to its CulturedDespiserspresented Christianity in a Romantic,subjective light. Precursor toLiberalismTerm:The Revivalists: 1800-1899Definition:The Revivalists: 1800-1899Term:1800Definition:The first camp meeting in Kentucky ispresided over by Calvinist JamesMcGready
Term:1801Definition:William Carey's Bengali NewTestament publishedThe Cane Ridge Revival in Kentucky isan early stirring of the Second GreatAwakeningTerm:1808Definition:Henry Martyn publishes the NewTestament in HindustaniTerm:1809Definition:Harvard having been lost toUnitarianism, Andover Seminary isfoundedTerm:1812Definition:Princeton Seminary foundedb. James Henley Thornwell, the greatSouthern Presbyterian mind whoseinfluenceis still felt in the PCA
Term:1813Definition:b. David Livingston, missionary andexplorer in Africab. Soren KierkegaardTerm:African Methodist Episcopal Churchfounded in 1816 by Richard Allen, afreedman whohad been the first black Methodist tobe ordained as a deaconDefinition:African Methodist Episcopal Churchfounded in 1816 by Richard Allen, afreedman whohad been the first black Methodist tobe ordained as a deaconTerm:1824Definition:Charles Finney leads revivals fromWilmingham to Boston. The SecondGreatAwakening is underwayTerm:1825Definition:Charles Hodge founds the PrincetonReviewTerm:1834Definition:d. William Carey, called "the Fatherof Modern Missions"b. C.H.Spurgeon
Term:1835Definition:Hodge's Commentary on the Epistle tothe RomansFinney's Lectures on RevivalsTerm:1833-1841Definition:The Oxford Movement, or theTractarian Movement, attempts tobring theChurch of England closer toCatholicism. Tried to popularize theVia Media. Led by JohnHenry NewmanTerm:1835-1837Definition:Adoniram Judson translates the Bibleinto BurmeseTerm:1837Definition:b. Abraham KuyperOld School/New School controversysplits American Presbyterianism
Term:1843Definition:The Disruption of the church inScotlandTerm:1844Definition:d. Asahel Nettleton, Calvinist leaderwho opposed Finney's formulaic viewofrevivalism during the Second GreatAwakeningTerm:1845Definition:John Henry Newman converts toRoman CatholicismTerm:1848Definition:b. Mary Slessor, who the Africans shewould minister to called "The Motherof Allof Life"Term:1851Definition:d. Archibald Alexanderb. B.B.Warfield, Princeton theologianwho would defend inerrancy
Term:1852Definition:b. Adolf Schlatter, a respected

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