This title, first published in 1985, contains two of Thomas Ball Barratt’s influential works; In the Days of the Latter Rain and When the Fire Fell and an Outline of My Life. T. B. Barratt was a British-born Norwegian pastor and one of the founding figures of the Pentecostal movement in Europe. He attracted international attention after he held revival meetings in Oslo from 1907, and influenced other European leaders of the Pentecostal movement of the divine origin of the movement. This title will be of interest to students of nineteenth-century religious and social history.
In the Days of the Latter Rain; Preface; 1. A Call to Pentecost 2. A Friendly Talk with Ministers and Christian Workers 3. Tongues of Fire 4. More About the Pentecostal Outpouring 5. Pentecost with Tongues from Heaven Not from Below 6. The Pentecostal Visions of To-day 7. The Gift of Prophecy 8. The Truth About the Pentecostal Revival, or Movement 9. The Baptism in the Holy Ghost for Children 10. To Seekers After "The Promise of the Father" 11. A Spiritual Union of Fire-Baptised Saints; When the Fire Fell and an Outline of My Life; Preface; 1. My Birthplace in Cornwall 2. Varaldsoy in Hardanger 3. At School in England 4. Back in Norway Again 5. In Christiania. Sick. At Voss 6. Appointments in Christiania 7. Christiania City Mission 8. In America 9. A Mighty Anointing of the Spirit 10. When the Fire Fell 11. Back Again in Dear Old Norway 12. The Tour to India 13. The Tumults in Copenhagen 14. Pastor Lewi Petrus 15. Divisions. Before the Judgement-Seat 16. We Leave Mollergt. 38. Our New Hall. In America Again
Reissuing works originally published between 1973 and 1997, Routledge Library Editions: 19th Century Religion (18 volumes) offers a selection of scholarship covering historical developments in religious thinking. Topics include the origin of Catholicism in America, sexual liberation and religion in Europe, and the emergence of Atheism in Victorian England. This set also includes collections of sermons and essays from some of the most influential preachers of the nineteenth century.