The Evangelical Conversion Narrative: Spiritual


  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • The Evangelical Conversion Narrative: Spiritual Autobiography in Early Modern England
  • D. Bruce Hindmarsh
  • English
  • 02 March 2018
  • 9780199245758

10 thoughts on “The Evangelical Conversion Narrative: Spiritual Autobiography in Early Modern England

  1. Stephen Jenkins Stephen Jenkins says:

    I was interested in the orgin of conversion thinking in Christianity having been raised in that tradition This book was a fascinating treatment of it, but probably only interesting to scholars and people like me trying to figure themselves out.


  2. Don Bryant Don Bryant says:

    One of the marks of Evangelicalism in conversionism It was Jonathan Edwards to have steam to this impulse as he taught through his anthropology that people are able to enter into the kingdom of God apart from the developmental use of the means of grace He emphasized a radicalized conversion that brought people into a state of grace in a moment of time Of course, this scandalized church people, many of whom could not give witness to an experience of conversion They had grown up in the church, were baptized as covenant children, catechized, gave assent to the teachings of the church and were received into membership This process was of conversion slow, emphasized morality and doctrinal assent and taught that one could not really know in this life with assurance that one was a child of God And then comes Edwards Things in the Western church changed forever The question is whether or not this version of conversion is a template for the church Christians need to self consciously reflect on what conversion means and entails This is what Bruce Hindmarsh means to do It is a dense book I am about a third of my way through It promises to be a thorough study complete with rich footnotes.I think the church needs to reconsider if its demand of a certain kind of salvation experience is fair, even for the allowances it does make in the model Must we demand of the church g...


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