Sacramental occasions, or "Holy Fairs," practiced by Scots-Irish
Presbyterians in mid-nineteenth-century America were intended to
bring conversion to nonbelievers and spiritual renewal to baptized
Christians. Kimberly Bracken Long examines the chief texts of
American revivalism--sermons, devotional writings, and catechetical
materials--to gain insights into the sacramental theology at work
in these events, as well as into the nature of revivalism in the
American Presbyterian context. She also explores several
implications for twenty-first-century Reformed and Presbyterian
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