Transformed Heart, Transforming Church
Selina, the Countess of Huntingdon (1707-1791) has a special place in the history of the Revival. Selina’s heart had been transformed by the gospel and she sought to gain a hearing for the Revival where it might not otherwise have gained entry and brought the ‘new birth’ into the drawing rooms of the aristocracy. Less well-known is that Selina was at the heart of the conflict for the soul of the Established Church. The lessons are salutary for today.
Revd Dr Richard Turnbull
Paperback, 23 pages