James L. Schwenk
George Whitefield (1714-1770) was the most significant traveling preacher in North America's Great Awakening and one of the most important in Britain's eighteenth-century revival. This concise biography of Whitefield's life is supplemented by accounts from friends and contemporaries such as John Wesley and Benjamin Franklin. It also features excerpts from Whitefield's own works and writings, including correspondence with John Wesley and three full-length sennons. Book jacket.