By Harold Hill,John Larsson
"Saved to save lots of and kept to Serve isn't just a very good advent to the heritage of the Salvation military, yet an excellent research of the organization's improvement as a non secular establishment. reading every thing from its historic roots--its theology, ecclesiology, kind of worship, and social action--to its present-day perspective, Hill exhibits us essentially simply how the military, via a typical evolution and a planned software of institutionalization, has advanced from a freestyle evangelical business enterprise right into a group church."
--R. G. Moyles, collage of Alberta, Canada, Salvation military historian
"This booklet is a wealthy background . . . a really beneficial publication for these people attempting to make experience of the military from outdoors, aiding us to interpret language we'd fight to appreciate. I hugely suggest this book.
--Peter Lineham, Massey college Albany, Auckland, New Zealand
"In this surprising page-turner, Harold Hill articulates the Salvation Army's overseas tale with a historian's brain, a cartoonist's eye, a theologian's center, a prophet's nerve, and a practitioner's calling to the again streets. This e-book is an important contribution to social and spiritual historical past and a vital reference for Salvationists and allies in high priced engagement with humans, within the convinced desire that a few may be stored and all could be served."
--Colonel Margaret Hay, former imperative of the Salvation military foreign university for officials, London
"This invaluable new background fills an enormous desire for an up to date heritage of the Salvation military that's neither triumphalist nor dismissive. It solidly combines historic objectivity with the theological acumen of a reflexive insider. Its widespread observations on occasions past Britain and North the United States make it a really worldwide background. i'll be recommending it as a textbook for college students of Salvation military history."
--Glen O'Brien, sales space university, Sydney, Australia
Harold Hill is a retired Salvation military officer in New Zealand and an accessory instructor for Salvation military education associations in Australia and New Zealand. he's the writer of management within the Salvation military (2007).
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Saved to Save and Saved to Serve: Perspectives on Salvation Army History by Harold Hill,John Larsson