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In evangelical revivals, individuals became aware of their sinful nature and the vast chasm that separated them from a holy God. They believed that Christ had died on the cross and rose from the grave so that human beings could be saved, and they confessed their sins to the risen Christ in order to experience forgiveness and the new birth. This was a supernatural experience. By contrast, Brooks and other liberal preachers spoke of a religious experience without doctrinal notions such as original sin and the bodily resurrection of Christ.

David Bebbington, The Dominance of Evangelicalism: The Age of Spurgeon and Moody (Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 2005), 22–23. I have listed these in a slightly different order than Bebbington does. Although the four appear here in this 2005 book, Bebbington first discussed these components in the 1980s. Other scholars of evangelicalism, such as George Marsden and Grant Wacker, have used similar three- or four-component lists. Virtually all scholars of evangelicalism stress the authority of the Bible, the conversion experience, and the impulse for evangelism as components of evangelicalism.

Sponsored by two California millionaire executives, they were sent free of charge to every pastor, missionary, theological professor, YMCA and YWCA secretary, college professor, Sunday school superintendent, and religious editor in the Englishspeaking world. 21 The Fundamentals consisted of articles written by evangelical preachers, Bible teachers, and scholars, and they addressed every theological issue imaginable: evolution and higher criticism of scripture, the relationship of evangelical Christianity to science more broadly, daily Christian living, evangelism, missions, and so forth.

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