Civil War Era Studies; History
Examines the contributions of Charles Grandison Finney to mid-nineteenth century theology. Finney's rejection of Calvinism; Critiques on Finney's theology by interpreters including William McLoughlin; Reference to the book `Memoirs'; Finney's perverse admiration of Jonathan Edwards; Development of the doctrine of perfection.
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Guelzo, Allen C. "An Heir or a Rebel? Charles Grandison Finney and the New England Theology," Journal of The Early Republic, 17(1997), 61-94.
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