- Title Pages
- 1 <i>Early Modern Origins: The Rise of Popular</i> <i>Conversion Narrative</i>
- 2 <i>The Revival of Conversion Narrative: Evangelical</i> <i>Awakening in the Eighteenth Century</i>
- 3 <i>The Early Methodist Journalists: George</i> <i>Whitefield and John Wesley</i>
- 4 <i>White‐Hot Piety: The Early Methodist</i> <i>Laypeople</i>
- 5 <i>‘Poor Sinnership’: Moravian Narrative Culture</i>
- 6 ‘The Word Came in With Power’: Conversions at Cambuslang
- 7 ‘A Nail Fixed in a Sure Place’: The Lives of the Early Methodist Preachers
- 8 The Olney Autobiographers: Conversion Narrative and Personality
- 9 The Seventeenth Century Reprised: Conversion Narrative and the Gathered Church
- 10 After Christendom: Evangelical Conversion Narrative and its Alternatives
- The Evangelical Conversion Narrative
- Oxford University Press
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