Ridout, George W. Revival Blessings or Seasons of Refreshing from the Presence of the Lord; Being the Culpepper Lectures on Evangelism Delivered at Asbury College April, 1929. Louisville, KY: Pentecostal Publishing Company, 1929. First Edition. 
Blue cloth with gilt titles, 4 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches, 128 pp. with some underlining in pencil. Former Bible college library copy, clean spine, card pocket on ffep, ink number stamp on the dedication page. Good. Hardcover.
George Whitefield Ridout (1870-1954), b. St. John's, Newfoundland; d. Philadelphia, Pa. Ridout, educated at Temple, was a pastor, evangelist, college professor, WWI military chaplain, missionary and author. He held the chair of Theology at Asbury College during the 1920's, afterwards traveling in Asia, South America, and Africa as an evangelist. "He was widely known in the holiness camp meetings and churches of the United States. For more than thirty years he wrote a weekly page for the Herald (Pentecostal Herald), published at Louisville, Kentucky. His writings also appeared in other holiness papers including the Advocate. He wrote several books, among them 'The Cross and the Flag, 'Amazing Grace,' and 'The Power of the Holy Spirit.' He was a member of the British Philosophic Society and a fellow of the Royal Geographic Society."
"Entering the ministry in the New Jersey conference of the MEC in 1895, Ridout quickly established a reputation as a effective evangelist and forceful defender of traditional Wesleyan doctrine and experience." - Kostlevy, The A to Z of the Holiness Movement.