The Innovation of John Newton (1725-1807): Synergism of Word and Music in Eighteenth Century Evangelism
Edwin Mellen Press, 1988 - 388 Seiten
This study surveys the preaching message, homiletical method, and the effect of John Newton's preaching during the Olney and London periods. It also examines Newton as hymnwriter and looks at the influence of his Olney hymns.
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