The Baptist Movement In The Continent Of Europe

Author: James Henry Rushbrooke
Publisher: Forgotten Books
ISBN: 9781330778845
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Excerpt from The Baptist Movement in the Continent of Europe: A Contribution to Modern History The preparation of this book was undertaken in the early part of last year at the request Of the Publica tion Departments Of the Baptist ...

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More than fifty years ago Harold Smith, an English boy, barely fifteen, of good
family and classical education, was sleeping on park benches in New York. To-
day he is ... An invaluable book for ministers and all who are interested in the
Baptist movement generally. It gives the development of the sect in various
countries, while Appendices give statistics of Baptists in Continental Europe at
the close of 1928, and the comparative growth of Baptists in the world from 1825-
1925. The Work ...

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Dr. Wodehouse speaks out of experience sanely and helpfully. Any teacher who
ever falls under the shadow of the task and wonders if it is really worth while, in
day school or in Sunday school, will find strong tonic here. Each talk is based on
a fitting bit of Scripture, generally turning it to a new light. The argument
throughout is that teachers are on the side of God in the great movement of
human life and that they experience no strain or struggle which he does not also