David Hilborn views evangelicalism as a movement, and primarily in a British context.
From Hilborn’s presentation (he’s here quoting from Evangelicalism in Modern Britain by David Bebbington):
Four Marks of Evangelicalism
Biblicism (Scripture is central to understanding God and life)
Crucicentrism (The crucifixion of Christ is central to the Bible)
Conversionism (Therefore, a person should turn to God)
Activism (That change manifests itself in pragmatic behavior)
via EVANGELICALISM BY DAVID HILBORN – YouTube (24:56) from St. John’s Nottingham
TABLE OF CONTENTS
00:00 Hilborn uses Bebbington’s framework to define evangeliicalism (as outlined above)
10:20 History and Origins (primary reference is the Protestant Reformation)
13:53 Puritanism, Pietism, and the Evangelical Awakening (including John Wesley).