Very Good. Paper Covers. Very minor wear on the clean, sound binding. Name & brief Bible reference on half-title page. Contents are almost as new.; 8-1/2" Tall, 187pp. PAPER COVERS. Cover is a little lighter than posterboard. BUSINESS HISTORY. "Mrs. Martin, in this well-written history of the Moody Bible Institute, tells how Chicago and MBI grew up together. In rich detail, she explains the financial, social, and theological conflicts which the Institute faced, and how God helped to overcome them. Mrs. Martin sets the world, national, and local social and economic stage, and then places the Institute, its presidents, and its development, against the backdrop of those times. This throrough history shows how MBI began with a firm stand on Scripture, held a firm stand on Scripture, and intends to continue in that same heritage: standing firm on God's Word. " Six full page b/w portraits plus a one-page b/w collection of 17 small portraits. The Chapters: D. L. Moody-Crystallizing a vision; R. A. Torrey-Stabilizing a vision; James M. Gray-Defending a vision; Will Houghton-Nurturing a vision; William Culbertson-Multiplying a vision; George Sweeting-Furthering a vision; Employees-Supporting a vision.
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