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The Works of Charles Grandison Finney By Charles Grandison Finney
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This collection has the following works: The Backslider in Heart Lectures on Revivals of Religion Sermons on Gospel Themes Lectures on Systematic Theology Lectures to Professing Christians
Lectures to Professing Christians By Charles Grandison Finney
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Finney's theology is difficult to classify, observable in his masterwork, Religious Revivals. In this, he emphasizes the involvement of a person's will in salvation. Whether he believed the will was... More > free to repent or not repent, or whether he viewed God as inclining the will irresistibly, is not made clear. Finney affirmed salvation by grace through faith alone, not by works or by obedience. Finney also affirmed that works were the evidence of faith. Finney remarks that "I have felt greater hesitancy in forming and expressing my views upon this Perseverance of the saints, than upon almost any other question in theology." At the same time, he took the presence of unrepented sin in the life of a professing Christian as evidence that they must immediately repent or be lost. Finney draws support for this position from Peter's treatment of the baptized Simon and Paul's instruction of discipline to the Corinthian church. This type of teaching underscores the strong emphasis on personal holiness.< Less
Sermons On Gospel Themes By Charles Grandison Finney
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Finney's theology is difficult to classify, observable in his masterwork, Religious Revivals. In this, he emphasizes the involvement of a person's will in salvation. Whether he believed the will was... More > free to repent or not repent, or whether he viewed God as inclining the will irresistibly, is not made clear. Finney affirmed salvation by grace through faith alone, not by works or by obedience. Finney also affirmed that works were the evidence of faith. Finney remarks that "I have felt greater hesitancy in forming and expressing my views upon this Perseverance of the saints, than upon almost any other question in theology." At the same time, he took the presence of unrepented sin in the life of a professing Christian as evidence that they must immediately repent or be lost. Finney draws support for this position from Peter's treatment of the baptized Simon and Paul's instruction of discipline to the Corinthian church. This type of teaching underscores the strong emphasis on personal holiness.< Less
The Backslider In Heart By Charles Grandison Finney
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Finney's theology is difficult to classify, observable in his masterwork, Religious Revivals. In this, he emphasizes the involvement of a person's will in salvation. Whether he believed the will was... More > free to repent or not repent, or whether he viewed God as inclining the will irresistibly, is not made clear. Finney affirmed salvation by grace through faith alone, not by works or by obedience. Finney also affirmed that works were the evidence of faith. Finney remarks that "I have felt greater hesitancy in forming and expressing my views upon this Perseverance of the saints, than upon almost any other question in theology." At the same time, he took the presence of unrepented sin in the life of a professing Christian as evidence that they must immediately repent or be lost. Finney draws support for this position from Peter's treatment of the baptized Simon and Paul's instruction of discipline to the Corinthian church. This type of teaching underscores the strong emphasis on personal holiness.< Less
Lectures On Revivals of Religion By Charles Grandison Finney
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Finney's theology is difficult to classify, observable in his masterwork, Religious Revivals. In this, he emphasizes the involvement of a person's will in salvation. Whether he believed the will was... More > free to repent or not repent, or whether he viewed God as inclining the will irresistibly, is not made clear. Finney affirmed salvation by grace through faith alone, not by works or by obedience. Finney also affirmed that works were the evidence of faith. Finney remarks that "I have felt greater hesitancy in forming and expressing my views upon this Perseverance of the saints, than upon almost any other question in theology." At the same time, he took the presence of unrepented sin in the life of a professing Christian as evidence that they must immediately repent or be lost. Finney draws support for this position from Peter's treatment of the baptized Simon and Paul's instruction of discipline to the Corinthian church. This type of teaching underscores the strong emphasis on personal holiness.< Less
Lectures On Systematic Theology By Charles Grandison Finney
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Finney's theology is difficult to classify, observable in his masterwork, Religious Revivals. In this, he emphasizes the involvement of a person's will in salvation. Whether he believed the will was... More > free to repent or not repent, or whether he viewed God as inclining the will irresistibly, is not made clear. Finney affirmed salvation by grace through faith alone, not by works or by obedience. Finney also affirmed that works were the evidence of faith. Finney remarks that "I have felt greater hesitancy in forming and expressing my views upon this Perseverance of the saints, than upon almost any other question in theology." At the same time, he took the presence of unrepented sin in the life of a professing Christian as evidence that they must immediately repent or be lost. Finney draws support for this position from Peter's treatment of the baptized Simon and Paul's instruction of discipline to the Corinthian church. This type of teaching underscores the strong emphasis on personal holiness.< Less
Systematic Theology By Charles Grandison Finney
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Written by a Presbyterian preacher in the 1800’s this book is revered by some and considered heresy by others. The arguments given in Finney’s various lectures will cause many to consider... More > their own positions and seek to justify what they believe. Finney deals with many different subjects going from moral law, government, love, depravity and other diverse but important subjects. Regardless of what your own position on these subjects are, this work is a good masterpiece of religious thought but the ideas and reasons for Finney’s arguments may leave theologians wondering if such thinking is something we should be keeping around.< Less
Charles Grandison Finney By G. Frederick Wright
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Charles Grandison Finney by G. Frederick Wright is one of the best biographys on this hero of the Christian faith. This book details the life, ministry, and theology of the greatest revivalists... More > America has ever seen. While Finney’s modern critics always try to downplay his success as an evangelist, this book was written by someone who was actually there in the 19th Century, who knew and worked with Finney for 30 years. Reprinted by www.OpenAirOutreach.com< Less
Charles G. Finney: Gospel Proclaimer or Heretic By Joseph Whiting
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Who was Charles Grandison Finney? Written as an easy afternoon read this booklet looks at the life and teaching of Charles Finney by way of a brief overview, critical observations, and pointed... More > questions. Find out why it is absolutely critical to discern the truth about Charles Grandison Finney.< Less
Autobiography of Charles G. Finney: A Lifetime of Evangelical Preaching God’s Word to Christians Across America By Charles G. Finney
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The excellent memoirs of Charles G. Finney are published here in their original form: the preface, all thirty-six chapters and the conclusion are included. Charles G. Finney stands as one of the... More > greatest preachers to ever grace the United States. In this book we encounter his life story, told in his own moving and eloquent terms. We journey with the great reverend as he captains revival after revival, preaching the word of God to crowds in great cities and villages alike. His eloquent and conscientious sermons, and support of Christian perfection, appealed to many Americans of the era. An inspiring story honestly told, we witness the spiritual growth of Finney and the lessons he dispensed to congregations far and wide. Eventually Finney would spread his spiritual wisdom to England and Scotland, where he received a warm reception. A leading Presbyterian, it was through tireless campaigning that Finney united many Christians voices against the slavery, which was abolished after the American Civil War.< Less

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