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Catherine Booth

Roger J Green

Catherine Booth

Roger J Green

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A biography of the co-founder of the Salvation Army, a woman consecrated to her vocations as wife, mother, advocate and preacher. Though she was diminutive, her preaching was likened to that of a lawyer, arguing her case, mastering her facts and pressing home her claims. 335 pages, from Monarch.

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A biography of the co-founder of the Salvation Army, a woman consecrated to her vocations as wife, mother, advocate and preacher. Though she was diminutive, her preaching was likened to that of a lawyer, arguing her case, mastering her facts and pressing home her claims. 335 pages, from Monarch.
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Catherine Booth, daughter of the founder of the Salvation Army, was diminutive and frail, strict in her personal habits - no cards, novels, alcohol or frivolous clothing - and lived in a period when women in positions of public responsibility were rare.;Yet, she was held in both affection and awe. Her preaching was likened to that of a lawyer, arguing her case, mastering her facts and pressing home her claims. She moved people deeply with her verbal skills, commitment and passion. In spite of personal faults and physical weakness, she was unselfish in her devotion to God* she consecrated herself completely to her vocations as wife, mother, friend, advocate and preacher.
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  • Catalogue Code 127402
  • Product Code 1854243802
  • EAN 9781854243805
  • Pages 335
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Monarch
  • Publication Date May 1997
  • Dimensions 198 x 129 mm

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