C.T. Studd – Cricketer and Pioneer By Norman P. Grubb.
Originally published in 1933. A fascinating biography of an english country gentleman and cricketer who becomes a devoted missionary. Contents Include Foreword by Alfred B.Buxton
Author’s preface. A visit to a theatre and it’s consequences .Three Etonians get a shock An all England cricketer The crisis A revival breaks out among students C.T. becomes a Chinaman He gives away a fortune An Irish girl and a dream United to fight for Jesus Perils and hardships in inland China On the American campus Six years in India A mans’s man The greatest venture of all Through cannibal tribes The very heart of Africa C.T. among the natives Forward ever Backward never! The God of wonders When the holy ghost came Bwana’s house and daily life Hallelujah! God enabling us We go on! Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.
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