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Andrew Michael Jones, The Revival of Evangelicalism: Mission and Piety in the Victorian Church of Scotland

Andrew Michael Jones, The Revival of Evangelicalism: Mission and Piety in the Victorian Church of... Scottish Church History 52.1 (2023): 98–108 © Edinburgh University Press www.euppublishing.com/sch Reviews Andrew Michael Jones, The Revival of Evangelicalism: Mission and Piety in the Victorian Church of Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2022. ix + 226 pp. £85 hardback. ISBN: This monograph, by Andrew Michael Jones, represents his postgraduate research at Edinburgh University under the supervision of Professor S.J. Brown. The Revival of Evangelicalism: Mission and Piety in the Victorian Church of Scotland explores the author’s claim of an extraordinary resurgence of the national Church of Scotland in the decades after the 1843 Disruption, and argues that evangelical leaders, William Muir, Norman MacLeod, and A.H. Charteris, played a critical role in the process of this revitalization. Jones builds upon the work of previous scholars, including J.R. Fleming, J.H.S. Burleigh, C.G. Brown, A. Muirhead, S.J. Brown, I.G.C. Hutchison, and A.C. Cheyne. They have offered contributions to the history of the national church during the nineteenth century by highlighting the significance of church extension campaigns that inspired new missions at home, liturgical reforms, a series of five revolutions, other Presbyterian divisions, and a theological evolution from scholastic Calvinism towards a more liberal Calvinism. The author’s particular endeavor is to demonstrate how http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Scottish Church History Edinburgh University Press

Andrew Michael Jones, The Revival of Evangelicalism: Mission and Piety in the Victorian Church of Scotland

Scottish Church History , Volume 52 (1): 4 – Apr 1, 2023

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2516-6298
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10.3366/sch.2023.0086
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Scottish Church History 52.1 (2023): 98–108 © Edinburgh University Press www.euppublishing.com/sch Reviews Andrew Michael Jones, The Revival of Evangelicalism: Mission and Piety in the Victorian Church of Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2022. ix + 226 pp. £85 hardback. ISBN: This monograph, by Andrew Michael Jones, represents his postgraduate research at Edinburgh University under the supervision of Professor S.J. Brown. The Revival of Evangelicalism: Mission and Piety in the Victorian Church of Scotland explores the author’s claim of an extraordinary resurgence of the national Church of Scotland in the decades after the 1843 Disruption, and argues that evangelical leaders, William Muir, Norman MacLeod, and A.H. Charteris, played a critical role in the process of this revitalization. Jones builds upon the work of previous scholars, including J.R. Fleming, J.H.S. Burleigh, C.G. Brown, A. Muirhead, S.J. Brown, I.G.C. Hutchison, and A.C. Cheyne. They have offered contributions to the history of the national church during the nineteenth century by highlighting the significance of church extension campaigns that inspired new missions at home, liturgical reforms, a series of five revolutions, other Presbyterian divisions, and a theological evolution from scholastic Calvinism towards a more liberal Calvinism. The author’s particular endeavor is to demonstrate how

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Scottish Church HistoryEdinburgh University Press

Published: Apr 1, 2023

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