The Salvation Army was one of the most successful movements in 19th-century Protestantism. Green vividly depicts the colorful founder and his wife, the creative ways they reached out to the urban poor and down-and-out, and the role John Wesley played in transforming their vision and ministry. 178 pages, softcover. Abingdon.
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