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61 Bliss, P. P. (Guest, William) P.P. BLISS ---Songwriter
A - E; (1887 First published) 162 Pgs. 1997 Paperback Good 
Biography of one of the greatest hymnwriters that ever lived. This book is perhaps the only full biography on Bliss in print today. 
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Reese Pub.; 9 Pgs. Stapled Like New 
Philip Paul Bliss is the second most famous Christian song writer in history. Had he lived as long as his peers, Fanny Crosby, Charles Wesley and Ira Sankey, he may have surpassed them all, as the greatest song writer of all time and the most widely used singer of all time, but a tragic accidental train wreck snuffed out his life in his 38th year. 
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63 Bonhoeffer, Dietrich (Bethge, Eberhard) BONHOEFFER: EXILE AND MARTYR
Collins 191 Pgs. 1975 Hard Cover Good 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 
Published thiry years after Dietrich Bonhoeffer's death, this book has a double interest. First it assesses the international discussion of the personality and theology. Dr. Bethge shows that he understands very well why so many people have been fascinated --and why they have reacted in such different ways. But a Bonhoeffer's pupil, friend, editor and biographer he knows that this very famous man's thought deserves more serious attention than it has yet received. His book is therefore more a stimulus than a retrospect. He states the agenda for the next thirty years. Second, he proves the fertility of Bonhoeffer's ideas by relating them briefly to the Churches under Communism and at greater lenght to South Africa. Based on lectures given at the University of Cape Town, and with a chapter by the Sough African theologian John de Gruchy, this book explores afresh some of the questions as urgent for a christian under apartheid as for one under Nazism. How does the christian ministry become credible in a Church of integrity? What are true ecumenism and authentic theology? How is a Christian to choose between compromise and martyrdom? These were not simple questions to Bonhoeffer; that is why the answers he reached can help Christians caught up in new crises, dilemmas and tragedies. 
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64 Bonhoeffer, Dietrich (Dyke) DIETRICH BONHOEFFER --- of the Nazi Regime
Barbour & Co.; 2001 Paperback Like New 5 X 8 
Pastor, professor, one of the twentieth century's most brilliant minds --Dietrich Bonhoeffer was also soon to be a martyr. After struggling with the moral issues involved, he had joined the resistance to his country's dictator, Adolf Hitler. Now he was on his way to solitary confinement. But Dietrich Bonhoeffer was never truly alone in his concrete cell, because the Lord was with him. Anchoring his daily life in the simple disciplines of Bible study and prayer, he used his time to ponder and write on deep spiritual issues. 
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65 Bonhoeffer, Dietrich (Huntemann, Georg) DIETRICH BONHOEFFER --an Evangelical Reassessment
Baker Book House; 342 Pgs. 1996 Paperback Like New 6 X 9 
Georg Huntemann, a well-known conservative scholar in European theological circles, reinterprets Bonhoeffer in the context of events that swirled through German society from his birth in 1906 until his execution at the Flossenburg concentration camp in April 1945. This book is a reminder that while Bonhoeffer confronted the church for its relationship with National Socialism, that message was not just for 1930's Germany; it is highly relevant to today's church. 
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66 Booth, Catherine (Bramwell-Booth, C) CATHERINE BOOTH ----THE STORY OF HER LOVES $18.99 SALE $9.99
Hodder & Stoughton; Abrdg.; 379 Pgs.;, 1973 1973 Soft cover Good 
Paperback. Good. "Profoundly moving & intimate biography.a worthy tribute".--Church Times. The ruling motive in her life was always love for God, for her fellow men & for her own closely united family. The love story of William & Catherine is as enchanting as any in recorded history, & their life -- long devotions to one another played no small part in the success of the great achievement of their lives ---the founding of the Salvation Army. This definition of the Mother of the Salvation Army, written by her grand-daughter, is based on much hitherto unpublished material including Booth family letters & papers. 
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67 Booth, Catherine (Marechale, Catherine Bramwell Booth) Stock13. Catherine Booth–Catherine Bramwell-Booth $18.95 sale $9.99 Life of the Mother of the Salvation Army
H&T Paperback, 380 Pages Like New 
Story of Catherine Booth, wife of General William Booth. Written by their oldest daughter, The Marechale (Catherin Bramwell Booth). 'Profoundly moving and intimate bio­graphy ... a worthy tribute.'---Church Times The ruling motive in her life was always love for God, for her fellow men and for her own closely united family. The love story of William and Catherine is as enchanting as any in recorded history, and their life-long devotion to one another played no small part in the success of the great achievement of their lives - the founding of The Salvation Army. This definitive life of the Mother of The Salvation Army, written by her daughter, is based on much hitherto unpublished material including Booth family letters and papers. 
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68 Booth, William GENERAL NEXT TO GOD ---The Story of William Booth & the Salvation Army
Collins; 320pgs.; Pictures, 1965 1965 Paperback Like New 
Paperback. Like New. The Contents of this book are as follows: Prologue: The Long Shadow; 1. Darling, I've Found My Destiny; 2. Be Like the Irishman's Gun.; 3. Terrible, with Banners.; 4. Kill a Fly & Two will Come to the Funeral; 5. It Doesn't Even Raise the Neighbors; 6. How Wide Is the World; 7. When the Sky Falls, We Shall catch Larks; 8. Go For Souls; 9. For All Lands Are My Father's; 10. Now the Door Is Opening ---Facts About the Salvation Army; Acknowledgements; Bibliography; Index 
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69 Booth, William & Catherine (Hattersley) BLOOD AND FIRE ---William and Catherine Booth and Their Salvation Army $26.95 SALE $16.99
Random House; 471 Pages Published in 2000 Large Hardback As New 
Dust Cover. Like New with PICTURES. This book is a brilliant biography of two great social & religious figures whose inheritance lives on to this day. William Booth (1829-1912) was one of the extra-ordinary men of his age, a pawnbroker's clerk who would found the most successful religious movement of the nineteenth century ---The Salvation Army. As a twenty-year old, he developed the unshakable belief that God had ordained him to convert the world to Christianity. Convinced that both churches of Victorian England were ignoring the needs of the poor, he founded the East London Christian Mission. As the mission became the Salvation Army, it recruited thousands of members in battalions around the globe. It's membership is now in the hundreds of thousands in virtually every country. Catherine, his wife, was a chronic invalid and mother of eight children (within 10 years), she inspired the social policy that was, & remains, an essential part of the Salvation Army's success. Catherine held ideas on social equality that were ahead of her time, and she encouraged the army to accept "women's ministry" and give female officers authority over men. 
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70 Booth, William (Moyles, R. G., Ed.) I KNEW WILLIAM BOOTH $11.99 SALE! $9.99
CB 2007 Paperback; 151 Pgs. NEW 
An Album of Remembrances 
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71 Booth, William [M. L. Carpenter] WILLIAM BOOTH $9.99 SALE $7.99
SPC Paperback NEW 
30 Chapters about General William Booth by an Officer in the Salvation Army. 
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72 Bordon, William (Taylor, Mrs. Howard) BORDON OF YALE '09 "The Life That Counts"
Life Line; 285 Pgs. (reprint) Hard Cover Like New 
Contents: Introduction; PART 1. ----Early Years (1. Boyhood; 2. The Hill School; 3. Round the World; 4. Round the World --(cont'd); 5. Coming Home; PART II. ----Yale University (6. Freshman; 7. Freshman --(cont'd); 8. Sophomore; 9. Upper Classman; 10. Vacations; PART III. ----Princeton Seminary (11. Studies and Home Life; 12. Wider Activities; 13. Missionary Outlook; 14. Stewardship; PART IV. ----Afterwards (15. Cairo; 16. The Finished Course; 17. "Found Faithful' 18. The Unfinished Task 
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73 Bounds, E. M. (King, Darrel D.) E. M. BOUNDS --The man whose life of prayer inspired millions
BH Paperback NEW 
A Stirring biography of a Man of Prayer 
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74 Bounds, E. M. (Dorsett, Lyle Wesley) E. M. BOUNDS---MAN OF PRAYER
ZP Paperback GOOD 
This book contains two parts; Part I: The Life of E. M. Bounds; Part II: The Message of E. M. Bounds 
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75 Bramwell, William (Kelley, Edward) FLAME OF FIRE: THE LIFE OF WILLIAM BRAMWELL [Abridged]
SPC 2012 Paperback; 112 Pgs. NEW 
14 CHAPTERS. ABRIDGED. William Bramwell was known for an awe-inspiring prayer life. More than once his insight penetrated the excuses and vacillations of people attempting to dodge the claims of God on their lives. Almost miraculously, without any possible foreknowledge on his part, he accurately described the true condition of more than one person who was running from God. Among John Wesley's circuit riders, he was legendary. 
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76 Brand, Evelyn (Wilson, Dorothy Clarke) GRANNY BRAND ---Her Story
P.B. Pub. 222 Pgs.;, 1976 1976 Paperback Good 
Paperback. Good. It was deep Christian faith & an inflexible will which brought Evelyn Constance Harris, belle of fashionable London suburb, to India at the age of 30. There she fell in love with missionary Jesse Brand. On their wedding night, they went up into the malaria ---ridden mountains of Death, the Eastern Ghats mountains of southern India, sharing Jessie's vision of taking the gospel to the hill people. Jesse died of blackwater fever in 1928, but his dream persisted. With an indomitable spirit, Evelyn Brand determined to bring life, hope & Christianity to the outcast inhabitants of all five mountain ranges of South India. For five decades, until her death in 1974 at the age of 95, she continued her unique ministry --nursing, teaching & preaching to the diseased & poverty-stricken hill people; they were her friends; she was their doraisani, "honored lady". The world remembers her as the incredible Granny Brand. 
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77 Bray, Billy (Bourne, F. W.) BILLY BRAY ---A Converted Drunkard
OPTS; 124 Pgs.; (No Date) Paperback Like New 
Contents: Chapter.1. His Conversion; 2. The First-fruits of Harvest; 3. Joy Unspeakable and Full of Glory; 4. Chapel Building; 5. The Prayer of Faith; 6. Pure Religion; 7. Sabbath Keeping; 8. Trials and Conflicts; 9. Drinking and Smoking; 10. Rebuke and Exhortation; 11. Fully Ripe For the Garner; 
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Moody Press, 1990, 235 pgs., HB, DJ, Good Condition Hard Cover Good Good 
Hard Cover. Good/Good. Though their bodies lie cold & dormant, the grave cannot contain the influence these seven men have had on today's world. They continue to rule becuse they have altered the thinking of society. They generated philosophies that have been ardently g rasped by masses of people but are erroneous and anti-scriptural. Today these ideas pervade our schools, business, homes, even the church. As we continue unknowingly subscribe to their philosophies we keep the grave open for: Charles Darwin, Karl Marx, Julius Wellhausen, John Dewey, Sigmund Freud, John Maynard Keynes, & Soren Kierkegaard. Dave Breese warns us of the dangers of believing unreservedly the ideas of these seven men. He also reminds us of the only man whose life and words we c an trust completely ---Jesus Christ. 
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79 Brengle, Elizabeth Swift BIOGRAPHY OF ELIZABETH SWIFT BRENGLE [by Eileen Douglas]
Salvation Army; 117 Pgs. 1990 1990 Hard Cover Like New 
Hard Cover. Like New. Mrs. Brengle's life reminds us of the humble sweetness & yet dignitiy of the violet. Her life, especially its later part, was more sheltered and retired than that of many Salvation Army Officers. This volume is as full of beautiful surprises as a violet bed in early spring. Here are two instances of this grace. Early in the volume we read: ---"I have learned to trust Him entirely for results, & to leave results with Him. It is not necessary that I should see.but it is so necessary I should not shirk, that I should be sure I have done my utmost & left no stone unturned." Then nearer the end: ---"My home with you (her husband) could not seem any more definite, personal, & delightful than my home with God." 
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80 Brengle, Elizabeth Swift WRITINGS OF ELIZABETH SWIFT BRENGLE [4 Volumes] [Hardbacks]
SA 1990 First Edition HARDBACK Like New 
HARDBACK. Like New. 4 Volumes: 1. Half Hours With My Guide 2. The Army Drum 3. What Hinders You 4. Biography of Elizabeth Swift Brengle by Eileen Douglas 
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