Catherine Booth by Roger Joseph Green
A Biography of the Cofounder of the Salvation Army

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Describing the faith and accomplishments of a self-giving and God-centered world-changer, this portrait is most concerned with Mother Booth's intellectual and spiritual journey. That journey was shaped by revivalists, social activists, and feminists. Booth, in turn, influenced the movement she headed through life-long fidelity to the doctrine of entire sanctification and her conviction that a Christian must be fully consecrated to God.
 

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Roger J. Green is Professor and Chair of Biblical and Theological Studies. He also holds the Terrelle B. Crum Chair of Humanities at Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts. He is co-editor of Word and Deed: A Journal of Salvation Army Theology and Ministry and author of War on Two Fronts: The Redemptive Theology of William Booth, and Catherine Booth: A Biography of the Co-founder of The Salvation Army. Dr.Green isa member of The Salvation Army International Doctrine Council.
 
Published December 1, 1996 by Baker Pub Group. 336 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction