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LECTURES TO PROFESSING CHRISTIANS (1836-37). DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF NEW-YORK, 1836 AND 1837. BY CHARLES G. FINNEY - What is the gospel, and what is Christianity? Are there false converts in the church? What is the real difference between true and false converts? Why do Christians struggle to live a life of obedience, and to win the lost to Christ? Does salvation really produce holiness? Does Christ actually make us holy so that we can enter heaven? Is this the message of the gospel? And how can we ourselves become HOLY?
REVIVAL LECTURES (1835) By Charles G. Finney - Throughout the last one hundred and fifty years, revivals have occurred from the Holy Spirit's anointing the practice of these principles. Throughout the winter of 1834, Charles Finney delivered one lecture a week on the principles of revival that he had seen transforming America's churches. These revivals between 1824 and 1834 resulted in the largest number of conversions in the history of Christianity. The lectures of 1834 were recorded and later published as the "Lectures On Revivals of Religion".
MEMOIRS – TESTIMONIAL OF REVIVALS (1908) By C. G. Finney To the Students of the Words, Works and Ways of God - This is a detailed account of how these revivals actually took place
THE WAY OF SALVATION (1896) By Charles Finney - The Divine Plan of Salvation.
SERMONS ON GOSPEL THEMES (1876) By Charles Finney. To grow in the True Vine, every Christian must be grounded in the truth.
SERMONS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS (1836) By Rev. C. G. Finney. How to change your heart, The total sinful nature of unconverted men, Election and Reprobation, and the practical outworkings of someone who loves the world.
ENGLAND PENNY PULPIT (1849-51) Sermons By the Rev. Charles G. Finney on his visit to London, England, which featured in the Penny Pulpit Newspaper. "Penny Pulpit" was a common method of sermon distribution in the 19th century. The paper costed a penny, hence the name for it was "Penny Pulpit".
THE OBERLIN EVANGELIST (1839-62) By Charles G. Finney - The Official Publication of Finney's Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio 1839-1862, Published bi-weekly.
LECTURES ON SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY (1851) Unabridged - EMBRACING MORAL GOVERNMENT, THE ATONEMENT, MORAL AND PHYSICAL DEPRAVITY, NATURAL, MORAL, AND GRACIOUS ABILITY, REPENTANCE, FAITH, JUSTIFICATION, SANCTIFICATION, &c. BY THE REV. CHARLES G. FINNEY,