George Whitefield's Method of Grace by Max McLean audiobook

George Whitefield's Method of Grace: The Classic Work on Receiving True, Lasting Peace

By George Whitefield M.A. u00a0and Max McLean
Read by Max McLean

Zondervan Academic, Zondervan on Brilliance Audio
0.80 Hours Unabridged
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    ISBN: 9780310533481

George Whitefield is considered the greatest evangelist of the 18th century and was a major contributor to the ‘Great Awakening’ in Colonial America. Born in 1714 of humble origins, he grew up to become a very popular preacher. Churches were packed, bubbling over with eager anticipation to hear him. His preaching was described as apostolic, bold, purely gospel, with an immensity of pathos. His voice was so powerful that 30,000 people could hear him at once, and yet, so musical and well-toned that some have said, “he could raise tears by his pronunciation of the ‘Mesopotamia.’” In his sermon, The Method of Grace, Whitefield shows the way for a person to receive true, lasting peace in his soul.

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George Whitefield is considered the greatest evangelist of the 18th century and was a major contributor to the ‘Great Awakening’ in Colonial America. Born in 1714 of humble origins, he grew up to become a very popular preacher. Churches were packed, bubbling over with eager anticipation to hear him. His preaching was described as apostolic, bold, purely gospel, with an immensity of pathos. His voice was so powerful that 30,000 people could hear him at once, and yet, so musical and well-toned that some have said, “he could raise tears by his pronunciation of the ‘Mesopotamia.’” In his sermon, The Method of Grace, Whitefield shows the way for a person to receive true, lasting peace in his soul.

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Author Bio: Max McLean

Author Bio: Max McLean

Max McLean founded and is artistic director of Fellowship for Performing Arts, a New York City–based producer of live Christian theater. McLean adapted, produced, and starred in The Screwtape Letters, a play based on the book by C. S. Lewis. His stage adaptation of Lewis’ The Great Divorce launched its national tour in late 2013. McLean also is the narrator of The Listener’s Bible.

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Author Bio: George Whitefield M.A.

Author Bio: George Whitefield M.A.

George Whitefield, also spelled George Whitfield, was an English Anglican cleric who was one of the founders of Methodism and the Evangelical movement. Born in Gloucester, he matriculated at Pembroke College at the University of Oxford in 1732.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Religion
Runtime: 0.80
Audience: Adult
Language: English