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Rees Howells: Intercessor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Two Shocks Summary

Norman Grubb
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Two Shocks Summary and Analysis

Rees moves to New Castle, Pennsylvania, where his cousin, Evan Lewis, previously emigrated. Although he changes countries, Rees does not change his lifestyle. The first of two shocks referred to in this chapter is when Evan asks Rees if he was "born again." Evan explains what it means, while on the outside Rees appears to be unconcerned since he considers himself a Christian, on the inside Rees is greatly affected. Evan continues the message by sharing the story of Evan's sister's conversion. Rees does not completely understand what Evan is trying to explain, and while Rees is deeply affected by Evan's message, Rees feels it is time to live in another city.

Later Rees reads a book by Professor Henry Drummond and the work of Herbert Spencer is referenced. What Rees reads brings many thoughts and questions to his mind. In addition, he...

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