Rev. Dr. Nathan Bangs ranks next to Bishop Asbury as one of the most influential leaders of nineteenth century American Methodism. This book explores Bangs' role in organizing and promoting the social structures that propped the spiritual life of nineteenth century American Methodism inclusive of camp-meeting revivalism, popular preaching, Wesleyan hymnody and church architecture. This book is a required text for Dr. Flores' "Wesleyan Movement" course and recommended reading for anyone who truly wants to study American Methodism.
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