Wednesday, 7 November 2012

The Many Faces of Evangelicalism

Today, I received the last images for my forthcoming book with Oxford University Press: Early Evangelicalism: A Reader. The book will consist of sixty-two excerpts and introductions from well known and lesser-known figures in the transatlantic evangelical world of the eighteenth century.

I have collected forty-seven portraits to include in the book. Thankfully, nearly all these images came gratis or cost a minimal amount to secure the rights to reproduce in the book.

The pictures below are NOT the ones that will be used in the book (they came off the web), but will give you a taste of the kind of images that will be placed next to each introduction to the excerpt.

My intent in editing Early Evangelicalism: A Reader is to produce the most comprehensive sourcebook available for people interested in reading about early transatlantic evangelicalism.



2 comments:

Jon Watson said...

Have you looked into getting your book into Logos Bible Software? It would fit well with a lot of the academic church history resources they're producing.

http://www.logos.com/product/28345/baker-academic-church-history-collection

Exploring the Study of Religious History said...

I'll have to look into that. I am not sure if OUP has any connection with Logos.