The Oxford Group: its history and significance by W.H. Clark
Oxford Group: its history and significance by W.H. Clark
An academic study of Buchman and his work by a major American theologian: “We have tried to explain the Group in order that it may be understood, that its enemies may be a little less intolerant, its supporters a little more critical.”
This is a first printing from 1951. This book is in fair condition. The book was previously in the “Boston University School of Theology Library” and features several markings from the library. There is splitting to the binding inside the front cover.
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