In this comprehensive and accessible biography, Piper tells of Speer's work with the Student Volunteer Movement, his high-profile role as secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, his service as moderator during the fundamentalist-modernist controversy in his church, and his tireless work in the often controversial fields of missions and ecumenical relations. In his later years Speer turned his attention to issues of ministry in wartime, the problems of racism, and the role of women in the church.
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