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For Sinners Only
Hats Off Books, May 2003
Trim: 5 x 8
“A remarkable book about the most remarkable thing now happening in religion” (The Christian World). The author, as an editor of one of London’s foremost dailies, “began investigations quite impartially” (Public Opinion). “The story is as thrilling as a best-seller, full of surprises” (The Baptist Times). “It will carry the reader off his feet of unbelief” (William Gerhardi).
This book tells of the Oxford Group Movement and of its human founder, Dr. F. N. D. Buchman, an American whose vision of life-changing on a colossal scale is fast becoming the answer to world problems. The London Times says, “Men and women…will be glad of this inside view of a movement with which they are bound…to be brought into contact.”
This is a book about sinners, for sinners, by quite a big sinner.
You may not like it. You may even hate it, as some are sure to do.
You may dislike the theme, for, though it introduces lovely people, it comes to grips with an unlovely subject. And solves its riddle.
You may dislike the characters as they are limned in print, but not in real life. As they are all living, you may encounter them yourself some day, and discover their excellence. At least one will live on as an historic figure when this generation has merged with the ages. Perhaps many.
Meanwhile, none can disprove the contents of this book or avoid its challenge. The story is true; the challenge is to you.
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