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The Oxford group, its history and significance.

Author: Walter Houston Clark
Publisher: New York, Bookman Associates [1951]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Clark, Walter Houston, 1902-
Oxford group.
New York, Bookman Associates [1951]
(OCoLC)608998232
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Houston Clark
OCLC Number: 989641
Notes: "The basis of this book is a doctoral dissertation presented at Harvard University."
Description: 268 pages 22 cm
Contents: What is the Oxford group? --
Buchman's start as an evangelist --
Buchman at Hartford seminary --
Buchmansim at various colleges --
The Princeton episode --
Global operations for a spiritual revolution --
The present and the future --
Roots of the Oxford group --
What manner of man is Buchman --
Whence come the group's ideas? --
The group's effect on people --
Foreword to case histories --
The negative cases --
The neutral cases --
The partly positive cases --
The positive cases --
The positive cases --
The positive active cases --
A commentary on the cases --
Explanation and appraisal --
Why does the group appeal? --
What can we learn from the group?.

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