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When the Fires of Heaven Fell: Volume One

by Malcolm R. McDow

Tracing the history of revivals from Moses on Mount Sinai to the Reformation, Malcolm R. McDow places biblical revivals within their historical context. In this first volume of what will be a two-volume set, McDow outlines the principles of awakenings and explains how Old Testament revivals represent significant awakenings in Jewish history. New Testament revivals not only show how Christianity grew through the Roman Empire, they also were part of the Lord Jesus’s ministry, the beginning of the church, and the Advent of the Holy Spirit. Revivals in Christian history impacted the spread of Christianity and the reforms included in this volume influenced Christianity history.

McDow’s desire is When the Fires of Heaven Fell provides a “beacon to guide us in our understanding of spiritual awakening, enlighten us on God’s movements in history, and inspire us to ‘wrestle with God’ until the spiritual tidal waves of awakening move with heaven’s force throughout the earth.”

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Published: March 1, 2024

109 pages

6 x 9 inches

ISBN: 979-8-9852536-4-1

About the Author

Malcolm R. McDow, a native of Waco, Texas, earned a Bachelor of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1962. He also earned a Bachelor of Arts in history at Baylor University in 1958, the same year he was ordained to ministry after the Lord called him to preach in 1954. He earned a Doctor of Theology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in 1968. Before he began serving at Southwestern Seminary as professor of evangelism in 1982, a role he held until he retired in 2005, McDow was the state evangelism director for the Tennessee Baptist Convention (1977-1982).