Oral Roberts: An American Life

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Part One the Mold 1918-1947 1
  • Prologue Ada, Oklahoma, July 1935 3
  • Chapter I Roots 8
  • Chapter IL the Mold 25
  • Chatper III Evangelist 35
  • Chapter IV Pastor 55
  • Part Two Miracles 1947-1960 71
  • Prologue Australia, January 20-February 10, 1956 73
  • Chapter V Healing Revivalism 80
  • Chapter VI Ministry 111
  • Chapter VII the Price of Glory 146
  • Chapter VIII Private Side 183
  • Part Three Mainstream 1960-1975 197
  • Prologue Berlin, October 26-November 4, 1966 199
  • Chapter IX Oral Roberts University 207
  • Chapter X Beyond the Tent 253
  • Chapter XI Mainstream 287
  • Chapter XII Private Side 312
  • Part Four Maelstrom 1975-1985 327
  • Prologue - Tulsa and Palm Springs, February 1977 329
  • Chapter XIII Maelstrom 336
  • Chapter XIV Completing the Healing Vision 358
  • Chapter XV Tightening the Family 397
  • Part Five Meanings 437
  • Chapter XVI the Message 439
  • Chapter XVII the Man 469
  • Chapter XVIII the Ministry 485
  • Epilogue 497
  • Bibliographical Essay 499
  • Note Explanation of Citations 505
  • Index 615
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