RHB. - 2019. lfpb. 192pp.
Brownlow North is a crucially important figure—recent enough to be accessible and relevant to today’s world yet representing a healthier time for the church. He was the model all-around evangelist, the archetypal definition of a New Testament preacher, the living embodiment of a man who has the conviction, “Woe is unto me if I preach not the gospel.” His life displays what an infamous sinner can become when he has been transformed by being joined to Jesus Christ by faith through the grace of God. Knowing the terrors of the Lord, he beseeched men to turn and repent. He was a wise and courageous proclaimer, a humble interceder, a pastoral counselor, a churchman, a letter writer, an author, a theologian, and a redeemer of time.
- His Early Years
- His Conversion
- His Preparation to Become an Evangelist
- His First Years of Ministry
- His Preaching and Praying
- His Preaching in Edinburgh
- His Church Recognition to Be an Authorized Evangelist
- His Correspondence
- His Theology
- His Ministry in the Irish Revival of 1859
- His First Visit to London in 1859
- His Visits to Colleges and Universities
- His Methods in Evangelism
- Seven of His Striking Converts
- His Directness in Evangelism
- Some Scenes from His Last Years of Itinerant Evangelism
- His Ultimate Year of Preaching in the City of Glasgow
- His Last Days and Death
A Note on the Sources
Geoffrey Thomas served as pastor of Alfred Place Baptist Church in Aberystwyth, Wales for more than fifty years, and continues to preach and speak at conferences all around the world.
|Dimensions||12.7 × 1.5 × 19.1 cm|
|Publisher||Reformation Heritage Books|