The Journal of George Fox is one of the great religious autobiographies, and has its place with the "Confessions" of Augustine,
Bunyan's "Grace Abounding to the Chief of
Sinners," the "Life of Madam Guyon, Written by Herself," and John Wesley's "Journal".
No other person has influenced the subject of revival in America like Charles Grandison Finney. Considered my many to be the father
of modern revivalism, with over 500,000 conversions, he set the path for mass evangelists who would come after him.