Evangelism: Steady As Before

Other churches may simmer with doubts; the Salvation Army serenely lives by its traditional view that Christianity can be spread best by self-sacrificing example, that a strictly disciplined Army is the way to do it, and that the Army should preferably be commanded (despite its worldwide growth) by a General from Great Britain. Last week its 49 territorial commissioners closed their door to all out siders and in four ballots chose Scottish-born Frederick L. Coutts, 64, for the job first held by William Booth (1865-1912), later by Booth's son Bramwell and his daughter Evangeline, and most recently by General...

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