Item description for The Beddgelert Revival by Eryl Davies...
An account of one of the lesser-known revivals of Wales in the nineteenth century. Beddgelert is well known for its natural beauty, but between 1817-1822 it was visited and talked about not because of its scenery, but because of a moving of God's Spirit, which had a lasting influence on Beddgelert, the surrounding area and other parts of Wales.
Beginning at the whitewashed buildings of Hafod-y-llan farm this revival drove people to the Bible as the pathway to God and resulted in an emphasis on preaching and a desire to instruct children in the Word of God. This revival is reported to have had a mysterious accompaniment, a certain indescribable 'music in the air'. Dr Davies retells the story of this revival, clarifies a number of points, places it in its historical context and presents a fresh assessment of this work of grace.
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Studio: EP Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.75" Width: 4.75" Height: 0.15" Weight: 0.41 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2005
Publisher EVANGELICAL PRESS #532
ISBN 1850492034 ISBN13 9781850492030
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More About Eryl Davies
Dr Davies is the principal of the Evangelical Theological College of Wales, Bryntirion, South Wales, where he lectures in the areas of Systematic and Contemporary Theology. He has spent some thirty years in the ministry in Wales, where he has, until recently, also been the chairman of the Universities and colleges Christian Fellowship Wales Advisory Council. He is the author of The ultimate rescue, also published by Evangelical Press, and has written extensively on the subject of cults.