Print, Predestination, and the Public Sphere: Transatlantic Evangelical Periodicals, 1740–1745

  title={Print, Predestination, and the Public Sphere: Transatlantic Evangelical Periodicals, 1740–1745},
  author={Jennifer Ellis Snead},
  journal={Early American Literature},
  pages={118 - 93}
  • J. Snead
  • Published 20 March 2010
  • History
  • Early American Literature
6 Citations
Jonathan Edwards, Secular Duration, and the Evangelical Aesthetics of Sinful Selfhood
Abstract:This article proposes that the temporality of Jonathan Edwards’s aesthetic projection of himself as simultaneously godly and depraved provides an alternative model of early American selfhood
Early Caribbean Evangelical Life Narrative
Sylvia R. Frey and Betty Wood attribute the success of the evangelical revival among African diasporic peoples in the American south and the West Indies by 1830 to a creolization of forms of worship
Jonathan Edwards’s White Theology
This article reconceives the impact of Jonathan Edwards in American cultural history by describing his role in the development of an eighteenth-century evangelical historical imaginary that can be
In Search of “Fellow Pilgrims”: Radical Protestants and Transconfessional Exchanges in Europe and the British Atlantic, c. 1670–1730
The mobility and literacy of many seventeenth- and eighteenth-century dissenters allowed for the circulation of people and ideas throughout Europe, the British Isles, and colonial North America. This
Jonathan Edwards, Affective Conversion, and the Problem of Masochism
This essay uses the work of Jonathan Edwards to trace intellectual, historical, and theoretical connections between eighteenth-century religious conversion in England and New England and later
New Directions in Eighteenth-Century Periodical Studies
The State of the Field in periodical studies is perhaps best characterized as ‘ripening’. This essay examines foundational and recent studies of 18th-century periodicals taken as their own genre;


The evangelical conversion narrative : spiritual autobiography in early modern England
Introduction 1. Early Modern Origins: The Rise of Popular Conversion Narrative 2. The Revival of Conversion Narrative: Evangelical Awakening in the Eighteenth Century 3. The Early Methodist
'A Glorious Work in the World': Welsh Methodism and the International Evangelical Revival, 1735-1750
Jones, David, A Glorious Work in the World: Welsh Methodism and the International Evangelical Revival, 1735-1750 (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2004), pp.xiv+386 RAE2008
Inventing the "Great Awakening"
List of IllustrationsList of TablesAcknowledgmentsIntroduction3Pt. 1Opening Events: The "Great Awakenings" of the 1730s17Ch. 1"... that Religion may revive in this Land"21Ch. 2"the first fruits of
The Divine Dramatist: George Whitefield and the Rise of Modern Evangelicalism
Commonly acknowledged as Anglo-America's most popular eighteenth-century preacher, George Whitefield commanded mass audiences across two continents through his personal charisma. Harry Stout draws on