Posted by: reformbama | July 22, 2010

“The Father of Altar Calls, from his own mouth he condemns himself”

IT IS IRONIC that Charles Grandison Finney has become a poster boy for so many modern evangelicals. His theology was far from evangelical. As a Christian leader, he was hardly the model of humility or spirituality. Even Finney’s autobiography paints a questionable character. In his own retelling of his life’s story, Finney comes across as stubborn, arrogant—and sometimes even a bit devious.

Read more from here A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing” from Phil Johnson

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  1. Finney is a heretic but in the evangelical world he is made out to be the best thing since sliced bread… Wigglesworth is another one – why they become obsessed with these is a mystery, but I think it has something to do with their perceived results… proving that they are religious pragmatists – the ends justifies the means.


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