"So interesting that I could not put it down, and so illuminating that I have had to re-read it. Dr. Rattenbury has an easy, finished style and there is not a dull page in the book."
"These papers study with a rare sympathy and insight both his teaching and his psychology and disclose aspects of his character that are often lost sight of. This book is sure of a hearty welcome both from Methodists and from students of English church history."
"The contribution it makes to the literature of Methodism is a notable one and will be warmly welcomed."
--The Church of England Newspaper
"We recommend this volume to all who are interested in the Evangelical Revival, as a fresh, interesting and detailed study of the subject, characterized by those great qualities of mind and heart that we have all long since learned to associate with the writer."
--Henry Bett in The Methodist Recorder