This tribute to the 100th anniversary of Salvation Army General William Booth's promotion to glory includes a moving account of his last days on earth, his death and funeral, and global reaction to the loss of a great evangelist. In the late nineteenth century, the The Salvation Army had already begun to shift from an evangelical group to a formal religious community with a social service mission, marking a seminal turning point in its role. Bramwell Booth, the new General, would have to face that fact.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 108 Vendor: Crest Books
ISBN: 0983148244 ISBN-13: 9780983148241 Availability: In Stock