Calvinistic Evangelists

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  1. Rev. G

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    Have you heard of the following evangelists?
     
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    And others you'd like to share about?
    Howell Harris?
    Henry C. Fish?
    J. B. Gambrell?
    B. H. Carroll?
    Others?
     
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    Three great Baptist evangelists who are not very well-known today and were at least moderatly calvinstic were:

    1. T.T. Eaton
    2. W.E. Penn
    3. J.R. Graves (B.H. Carroll called him the greatest evangelist in the south at one time)
     
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    Sorry, I meant to say T.T. Martin, not T.T. Eaton
     
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    What is your definition of "moderately Calvinistic"? Does that mean they held to "four points"? Please elaborate just a bit. Thanks.
     
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    Don't forget Luther Rice. Sorry, I am partial.
     
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    He wasn't forgotten. I was just hoping someone would list him. [​IMG] I'm hoping that people will list a lot of others as well. [​IMG]

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    In our own day and time - R. F. Gates.
     

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