Pentecost to the Present Books One, Two and Three are available NOW in a boxed set!
Many Christians have been taught that spiritual gifts and miracles ceased with the early church or the establishing of the canon of Scripture. This second of three volumes continues to examine the historical record of spiritual gifts and supernatural signs during the time of the Renaissance, the Enlightenment and the Modern Age, in a climate of intellectual revolution. The French Revolution replaced Christianity with liberalism, but restoration movements countered this and reestablished faith in the supernatural. England experienced the Weslyan Revival and America—two Great Awakenings. Modern Holiness movements and prayer revivals also led to a stream of new American healing ministries. In an unbelieving world dominated by secular and liberal ideas, the gospel continued to spread with signs following.