William Grimshaw of Haworth (HC)
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This biography of William Grimshaw of Haworth is a remarkable account of someone whose life and ministry was so influential in the wonderful years of the 18th century Evangelical Awakening. To date he has been relatively unknown and this full-scale study should bring this rugged, gifted and zealous evangelist, who lived for the spread of the gospel and the good of the church, to the notice of the Christian church. Faith Cook has produced a most readable as well as a reliable narrative.
“Grimshaw’s unflagging energy and vigorous defense of the faith was matched by a charitable spirit that was a model of true Christlikeness . . . a surprising measure of what he said and wrote is germane to the times in which we live. This is a welcome addition to the rich treasure trove already available from the Banner of Truth. It is also a classic example of what a good biography ought to be.” John MacArthur Jnr
“Atmosphere, action, great character: it’s Wuthering Heights meets Whitfield-Wesley revival.” Michael Reeves