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The Call To Holiness

Author : Frederick Lee Coutts
ISBN : OCLC:13304058
Genre : Holiness
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Category: Holiness

Saved To Save And Saved To Serve

Author : Harold Hill
ISBN : 9781532601682
Genre : Religion
File Size : 49.93 MB
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The Salvation Army has now been around for more than one hundred and fifty years, having celebrated its sesquicentennial in 2015 with an International Congress in London. Over the years both the Army and the world in which it appeared have changed beyond recognition. This is a good time for the movement to stop and look back--not just to celebrate, but to see where it is today. The Army has not evolved in isolation from the world. Bringing its own history with it, it nevertheless belongs to the twenty-first century world as much as William Booth's little East End Mission belonged to nineteenth-century London. This book attempts to explore the interaction between mission and world as it has impacted the Army's beliefs and practices as well as the place it now occupies in the wider world. This critical and analytical study may also be of interest to those beyond the Army's ranks who would like to learn more about this remarkable organization.
Category: Religion

Origins Of The Salvation Army

Author : Norman H. Murdoch
ISBN : 0870499556
Genre : History
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In this deeply researched study of one of the world's best known and best regarded religious and charitable movements, Norman Murdoch offers provocative new insights into the Salvation Army's origins and its growth into an international organization-a veritable 'Christian imperium.'
Category: History

Salvationist Samurai

Author : R. David Rightmire
ISBN : UOM:39015041063853
Genre : Social Science
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The first English-language work to clarify the role of Gunpei Yamamuro (1872-1940) in relation to the progress of the Salvation Army in Japan.
Category: Social Science

Catherine Booth

Author : Roger Joseph Green
ISBN : UOM:39015038574771
Genre : Religion
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"Catherine Booth: A Biography of the Cofounder of The Salvation Army is the story of a woman of the nineteenth century who helped change her world." "As wife and partner of William Booth, Catherine became a driving force behind the founding and leading of The Salvation Army. Foremost in her heart was the desire to bring souls to a saving knowledge of Christ. Despite criticism from her peers, she believed intensely that she should preach to the people the straightforward message of salvation." "Catherine Booth's views were ahead of her time. She had firm convictions on a broad range of issues such as social advocacy among the poor, abstinence from alcohol, vegetarianism, the humane treatment of animals, and the legal age of consent for girls. On Christian doctrine, she believed in entire sanctification as taught in the Wesleyan doctrine of holiness. Perhaps most radical was her belief that women had full equality with men in ministry." "Roger Green paints a fair and accurate portrait of Catherine as a woman who worked tirelessly to serve others and lived her life with unreserved devotion to God."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Category: Religion