Finneys Principles

 

Publication of The Works of Charles G. Finney by L.G. Parkhurst, Jr. began as the Finney Principles Series with the publication of Charles G. Finney’s Principles of Prayer, published by Bethany House Publishers in 1980. Agion Press began the NEW Finney’s Principles Series in trade paperback with:

Principles of Righteousness: Finney's Lessons on Romans, Volume I

Principles of Peace: Finney's Lessons on Romans: Volume II

Principles of Joy in the Holy Spirit: Finney's Lessons on Romans, Volume III

These three complete volumes contain all of the lectures and sermons by Charles G. Finney on the Book of Romans. The theme of these three books is taken from Romans 14:17, “For the kingdom of God is not food and drink but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.” These three volumes on the Book of Romans complement Finney's Systematic Theology, which L.G. Parkhurst, Jr. also compiled and edited. Principles of Godliness is still in preparation.

Unlike the older Finney’s Principles Series, each book in the NEW Finney’s Principles Series includes newly compiled and edited lessons or sermons by Charles Finney, a Study Guide on each lesson that consists of 10 questions for individual and group study, and a Commentary on the key verses in the Book of Romans by Professor Henry Cowles, editor of the Oberlin Evangelist and Professor at Oberlin College while Finney was a Professor of Theology at Oberlin. All of the books in the Finney’s Principles Series have been compiled and edited by L.G. Parkhurst, who also wrote the questions for the Study Guide and made the Commentary selections.

To learn more about this new series, you might like to see a sample as an Adobe pdf file that includes the first sermon in Principles of Righteousness, “The Wrath of God Against Those Who Withstand His Truth,” from Romans 1:18-19, the 10 questions in the Study Guide, and the Commentary on these verses by Henry Cowles.

Principles of Righteousness Principles of Peace Principles of Joy in the Holy Spirit

The volumes in the NEW Finney’s Principles Series are available in trade paperback and e-books
from Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and other fine booksellers.

Begin reading one now in a minute with an e-book on your Kindle!

Principles of Righteousness: Finney's Lessons on Romans
Volume I Expanded E-Book Edition

Principles of Peace: Finney's Lessons on Romans
Volume II Expanded E-Book Edition

Principles of Joy in the Holy Spirit: Finney's Lessons on Romans
Volume III Expanded E-Book Edition

or on your Nook from Barnes and Noble!

Principles of Righteousness

Principles of Peace

Principles of Joy in the Holy Spirit


Bethany House Publishers is also releasing some of the older books in the series as e-books.

Principles of Union with Christ

Principles of Sanctification

Principles of Discipleship

Principles of Salvation

Principles of Revival

Principles of Union with Christ

Principles of Prayer

Principles of Victory

Principles of Liberty

Principles of Devotion

Principles of Holiness

Principles of Faith

Principles of Love

Principles of Consecration

Principles of Christian Obedience

Answers to Prayer

Available from BarnesandNoble.com

Principles of Righteousness: Finney's Lessons on Romans, Volume I

Principles of Peace: Finney's Lessons on Romans: Volume II

Principles of Joy in the Holy Spirit: Finney’s Lessons on Romans, Volume III

Older books as trade paperbacks in the Finney’s Principles Series may still be available.

Principles of Prayer from BarnesandNoble.com

Principles of Prayer [Nook Edition]

Answers to Prayer from BarnesandNoble.com

Deeper Experiences of Famous Christians from BarnesandNoble.com

Deeper Experiences of Famous Christians [Nook Edition]

“The writer is inclined to regard Charles G. Finney as the greatest
evangelist and theologian since the days of the apostles. Over eighty-five
in every hundred persons professing conversion to Christ in Finney’s
meetings remained true to God. Finney seems to have had the power
of impressing the conscience with the necessity of holy living in such a
manner as to procure the most lasting results.”
From Deeper Experiences of Famous Christians by James Gilcrist Lawson,
Anderson, Indiana: The Warner Press, 1978, page 175.