Original Memoirs Of Charles G Finney
The Memoirs of Charles G. Finney, the life record of the great American evangelist of the nineteenth century, became a treasured resource upon its publication in 1876, a year after Finney’s death. But what wasn’t known is that the original editor, Finney’s friend James Harris Fairchild, had edited or omitted what seemed to him outrageous passages, exaggerated language, controversial statements, and repetitions. All subsequent editions had been based on Fairlchild’s work. The discovery of long-forgotten manuscripts a century later led to the publication of “the Complete Restored Text.” This volume, edited by Garth M. Rosell and Richard A. G. Dupuis and published by Zondervan in 1989, made the Memoirs available for the first time in complete form. Portions that had been deleted or changed by Fairchild were restored so as to make Finney’s significant legacy to church history more accurate and more enriching. The 1989 edition included various editorial schemata that have held great value for historians and other scholars. This edition makes the complete Memoirs available to general readers for the first time. Here is the Complete and Restored Text without the editorial schemata and other academic features. This edition enables readers to fully appreciate the firsthand accounts of Charles G. Finney’s remarkable revivals and career in a way never before available. Readers who have treasured the Memoirs for the past century and a quarter now have the complete story in a manageable form for the first time.
SKU (ISBN): 9780310243359
Editor: Richard Dupuis | Editor: Garth Rosell
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: October 2002
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