Publications About Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous. (multilith volume). New Jersey: Works Publishing Co., 1939.
Alcoholics Anonymous. The Story of How More Than 100 Men Have Recovered from Alcoholism. New York City: Works Publishing Company, 1939.
B., Dick. Anne Smith’s Journal, 1933-1939: AA.’s Principles of Success. 3rd ed. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 1998.
_____The Oxford Group & Alcoholics Anonymous: A Design for Living That Works. 3d ed. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 1998.
_____Dr. Bob and His Library. A Major AA. Spiritual Source. 3rd ed. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 1998.
_____New Light on Alcoholism. God, Sam Shoemaker, and AA., 2d ed.. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 1999.
_____That Amazing Grace: The Role of Clarence and Grace S. in Alcoholics Anonymous. San Rafael, CA: Paradise Research Publications, 1996.
_____The Akron Genesis of Alcoholics Anonymous. 3rd ed. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 1998.
_____The Books Early AA’s Read for Spiritual Growth. 7th ed., Kihei, HI, CA: Paradise Research Publications, 1998.
_____The Good Book and The Big Book. AA’s Roots in the Bible. 2d ed., Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 1997.
_____and Bill Pittman. Courage to Change. The Christian Roots of the 12-Step Movement. Grand Rapids, MI: Fleming H. Revell, 1994.
_____Turning Point: A History of Early AAs Spiritual Roots and Successes. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 1997.
_____Good Morning! Quiet Time, Morning Watch, Meditation, and Early AA 2d ed. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 1998.
_____Utilizing Early AA s Spiritual Roots for Recovery Today. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 1998.
_____The Golden Text of AA.: Early AA., God, and Real Spirituality. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 1999.
_____ By the Power of God: A Guide to Early AA Groups & Forming Similar Groups Today. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 2000.
_____ Making Known the Biblical History and Roots of Alcoholics Anonymous. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 2001.
_____ Why Early A.A. Succeeded. The Good Book in A.A. Yesterday and Today. Kihei, HI: Paradise Research Publications, 2001.
_____ Hope! The Story of Geraldine D., Alma Lodge, & Recovery. Kihei, HI: Tincture of Time Press, 1997.
B., Jim. Evolution of Alcoholics Anonymous. New York: A.A. Archives.
Bishop, Charles, Jr. The Washingtonians & Alcoholics Anonymous. WV: The Bishop of Books, 1992.
C., Stewart. A Reference Guide to the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. Seattle: Recovery Press, 1986.
Clapp, Charles, Jr. Drinking’s Not the Problem. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1949.
Conrad, Barnaby. Time Is All We Have. New York: Dell Publishing, 1986.
Darrah, Mary C. Sister Ignatia: Angel of Alcoholics Anonymous. Chicago: Loyola University Press, 1992.
E., Bob. Handwritten note to Lois Wilson on pamphlet entitled “Four Absolutes.” (copy made available to the author at Founders Day Archives Room in Akron, Ohio, in June, 1991). –_____Letter from Bob E. to Nell Wing. Stepping Stones Archives.
First Steps: Al-Anon . . .. 35 Years of Beginnings. New York: Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, 1986.
Fitzgerald, Robert. The Soul of Sponsorship: The Friendship of Father Ed Dowling, S.J., and Bill Wilson in Letters. Center City, Minn.: Hazelden, 1995.
Ford, Betty, with Chris Chase. The Times of My Life. New York: Harper and Row, 1978.
Ford, John C. Depth Psychology, Morality and Alcoholism. Massachusetts: Weston College, 1951.
Gray, Jerry. The Third Strike. Minnesota: Hazelden, 1949.
Hunter, Willard, with assistance from M. D. B. A.A. ‘s Roots in the Oxford Group. New York: A.A. Archives, 1988.
Knippel, Charles T. Samuel M. Shoemaker’s Theological Influence on William G. Wilson’s Twelve Step Spiritual Program of Recovery. Ph. D. dissertation. St. Louis University, 1987.
Kurtz, Ernest. Not-God: A History of Alcoholics Anonymous. Exp. ed. Minnesota: Hazelden, 1991.
_____Shame and Guilt. Characteristics of the Dependency Cycle. Minnesota: Hazelden, 1981.
Morreim, Dennis C. Changed Lives: The Story of Alcoholics Anonymous. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1991.
Morse, Robert M, M.D., and Daniel K. Flavin, M.D. “The Definition of Alcoholism. The Journal of the American Medical Association. August 26, 1992, pp. 1012-14.
P., Wally. But, for the Grace of God. . . : How Intergroups & Central Offices Carried the Message of Alcoholics Anonymous in the 1940s. West Virginia: The Bishop of Books, 1995.
Pittman, Bill. AA The Way It Began. Seattle: Glen Abbey Books, 1988.
Poe, Stephen E. and Frances B. A Concordance to Alcoholics Anonymous. Nevada: Purple Salamander Press, 1990.
Robertson, Nan. Getting Better Inside Alcoholics Anonymous. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1988.
S., Clarence. Going through the Steps. 2d ed. Altamonte Springs, FL: Stephen Foreman, 1985.
_____My Higher Power — The Lightbulb. 2d ed. Altamonte Springs, FL: Stephen Foreman, 1985.
—– Seiberling, John F. Origins of Alcoholics Anonymous. (A transcript of remarks by Henrietta B. Seiberling: transcript prepared by Congressman John F. Seiberling of a telephone conversation with his mother, Henrietta in the spring of 1971): Employee Assistance Quarterly. 1985; (1); pp. 8-12.
Sikorsky, Igor I., Jr. AA ‘s Godparents. Minnesota: CompCare Publishers, 1990.
Smith, Bob and Sue Smith Windows. Children of the Healer. Illinois: Parkside Publishing Corporation, 1992.
Thomsen, Robert. Bill W. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.
Walker, Richmond. For Drunks Only. Minnesota: Hazelden, n.d.
_____The 7 Points of Alcoholics Anonymous. Seattle: Glen Abbey Books, 1989.
Webb, Terry. Tree of Renewed Life: Spiritual Renewal of the Church through the Twelve-Step Program. New York: Crossroad, 1992.
Wilson, Bill. How The Big Book Was Put Together. New York: A.A. General Services Archives, Transcript of Bill Wilson Speech delivered in Fort Worth, Texas, 1954.
_____Bill Wilson’s Original Story. Bedford Hills, New York: Stepping Stones Archives, nd., a manuscript whose individual lines are numbered 1 to 1180.
_____ “Main Events: Alcoholics Anonymous Fact Sheet by Bill.” November 1, 1954. Stepping Stones Archives. Bedford Hills, New York.
_____ “The Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous.” Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol. Yale University, 1945, pp. 461-73.
_____W. G. Wilson Recollections. Bedford Hills, New York: Stepping Stones Archives, September 1, 1954 transcript of Bill’s dictations to Ed B.
Wilson, Jan R., and Judith A. Wilson. Addictionary: A Primer of Recovery Terms and Concepts from Abstinence to Withdrawal. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1992.
Wilson, Lois. Lois Remembers. New York: Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, 1987. Windows, Sue Smith. (daughter of A.A. ‘s Co-Founder, Dr. Bob). Typewritten Memorandum entitled, Henrietta and early Oxford Group Friends, by Sue Smith Windows. Delivered to the author of this book by Sue Smith Windows at Akron, June, 1991.
Wing, Nell. Grateful to Have Been There: My 42 Years with Bill and Lois, and the Evolution of Alcoholics Anonymous. Illinois: Parkside Publishing Corporation, 1992.
Publications Approved by Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous. 4th ed. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 2001
Alcoholics Anonymous. 3rd ed. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1976.
Alcoholics Anonymous. 1st ed. New Jersey: Works Publishing, 1939.
Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1957.
A Newcomer Asks ., , , York, England: AA. Sterling Area Services, n..d.
As Bill Sees It: The AA. Way of Life. . . selected writings of AA.’ s Co-Founder. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1967.
Best of the Grapevine. New York: The AA. Grapevine, Inc., 1985.
Best of the Grapevine, Volume II. New York: The A.A. Grapevine, Inc., 1986.
Came to Believe. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1973.
Daily Reflections. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1991.
DR. BOB and the Good Old timers. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1980.
44 Questions. New York: Works Publishing, Inc., 1952.
Members of the Clergy Ask about Alcoholics Anonymous. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1961, 1979-revised 1992, according to 1989 Conference Advisory Action.
Pass It On. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1984.
Questions & Answers on Sponsorship. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1976.
The A.A. Grapevine: “RHS” — issue dedicated to the memory of the Co-Founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, DR. BOB. New York: AA. Grapevine, Inc., 1951.
The A.A. Service Manual. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1990-1991. The Co-Founders of Alcoholics Anonymous. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1972.
The Language of the Heart. Bill W. ‘s Grapevine Writings. New York: The A.A. Grapevine, Inc., 1988.
This is AA. . . . An Introduction to the AA. Recovery Program. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1984.
Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1953.
Pamphlets Circulated in Early A.A.
AA. God’s Instrument. Chicago: Chicago Area Alcoholics Anonymous Service Office, 1954.
AA. Sponsorship: Its Opportunities and Its Responsibilities. Cleveland: Cleveland Ohio District Office, 1944.
A Guide to the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Akron: AA of Akron, nd.
A Guide to Serenity. Cleveland: The Cleveland District Office of Alcoholics Anonymous, nd.
Alcoholics Anonymous. An Interpretation of our Twelve Steps. Washington, D.C.: Paragon Creative Printers, 1944.
A Manual for Alcoholics Anonymous. Akron: AA of Akron, nd.
Central Bulletin, Volumes I – III. Cleveland Central Committee, October, 1942 -December, 1945.
Delahanty, Edward J., M.D. The Therapeutic Value of the Twelve Steps of A.A. Salt Lake City, UT: Alcoholism Foundations, nd.
G., Clyde. My Quiet Time. Cleveland: Alcoholics Anonymous, nd.
Handles and Hodge Podge, comp. a member of Alcoholics Anonymous. Cleveland: The Cleveland District Office of Alcoholics Anonymous, nd.
Handles for Sobriety, comp. A Member of Alcoholics Anonymous. Cleveland: The Cleveland District Office of Alcoholics Anonymous, n.d.
“It’s All in the Mind” Chicago: Chicago Area Alcoholics Anonymous Service Office, n.d.
Second Reader for Alcoholics Anonymous. Akron: AA of Akron, n.d.
Smith, Roy. Emergency Rations. Cleveland: The Cleveland District Office of Alcoholics Anonymous, n.d.
Spiritual Milestones in Alcoholics Anonymous. Akron: A.A. of Akron, n.d.
The New Way of Life: A.A. Cleveland: The Cleveland District Office of Alcoholics Anonymous, n.d..
T., John. A.A.: God’s Instrument. Chicago: Chicago Area Alcoholics Anonymous Service Office, n.d.
The Devil and A.A. Chicago: Chicago Area Alcoholics Anonymous Service Office, 1948.
The Four Absolutes. Cleveland: Cleveland Central Committee of A.A., n.d.
The New Way of Life. A.A. Cleveland: The Cleveland District Office of Alcoholics Anonymous, n.d.
Twelve Steps of AA and The Bible. From the collection of Clancy U., n.d.
What Others Think of A.A. Akron: Friday Forum Luncheon Club, circa 1941.
Wood, Charles L. Prayers for Alcoholics. Cincinnati: Foreword Movement Publications, nd. From a Midwest Intergroup Office.
Alcoholics Anonymous: Pro, Con, and Evaluated
A Program for You: A Guide to the Big Book’s Design for Living. Hazelden Foundation, 1991.
B., Mel.. New Wine: The Spiritual Roots of the Twelve Step Miracle. Hazelden Foundation, 1991.
Baker, John. Celebrate Recovery. Lake Forest, CA: Celebrate Recovery Books, 1994.
Bartosch, Bob and Pauline. A Bridge to Recovery. La Habra, CA: Overcomers Outreach, Inc., 1994.
Bishop, Charlie, Jr. and Pittman, Bill. To Be Continued. . . The Alcoholics Anonymous World Biography 1935-1994. Wheeling, WV: The Bishop of Books, 1994.
Bobgan, Martin and Deidre. 12 Steps to Destruction. Codependency Recovery Heresies. Santa Barbara, CA: EastGate Publishers, 1991.
Bufe, Charles. Alcoholics Anonymous. Cult or Cure? 2d ed. AZ: Sharp Press, 1998.
Burns, Dr. Cathy. Alcoholics Anonymous Unmasked. Deception and Deliverance. Mt. Carmel, PA: Sharing, 1991.
Burns, Robert E., C.S.P. The Catholic Church and Alcoholics Anonymous. Columbia, 31: 15-16, May, 1952.
C., Chuck. A New Pair of Glasses. Irvine, CA: New-Look Publishing Company, 1984.
Catanzaro, Ronald J. Alcoholism: The Total Treatment Approach. IL: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, 1968.
Chafetz, Morris E., and Harold W. Demone, Jr. Alcoholism and Society. New York: Oxford University Press, 1962.
Chambers, Cal. Two Tracks-One Goal: How Alcoholics Anonymous Relates to Christianity. Langley, BC., Canada: Credo Publishing Corporation, 1992.
Clinebell, Howard. Understanding and Counseling Persons with Alcohol, Drug, and Behavioral Addictions. Rev. and enl. ed. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1998.
_____Well Being: A Personal Plan for Exploring and Enriching the Seven Dimensions of Life. NY: Harper San Francisco, 1992.
Costantino, Frank. Holes in Time. The Autobiography of a Gangster. 2d ed. Dallas, TX: Acclaimed Books, 1986.
Cunningham, Loren. Is That Really You, God?: Hearing the Voice of God. Seattle, WA: YWAM Publishing, 1984.
Davis, Martin M. The Gospel and the Twelve Steps: Developing a Closer Relationship with Jesus. San Diego, CA: Recovery Publications, 1993.
Dowling, The Reverend Edward, S.J. Catholic Asceticism and the Twelve Steps. St. Louis, MO, The Queen’s Work, Brooklyn, 1953.
Doyle, Paul Barton. In Step with God: A Scriptural Guide for Practicing 12 Step Programs. Brentwood, TN: New Directions, 1989.
Dunn, Jerry G. God is for the Alcoholic. Chicago: Moody Press, 1965.
Ellis, Albert, and Emmett Belten. When A.A. Doesn’t Work for You: Rational Steps to Quitting Alcohol. Fort Lee, NJ: Barricade Books, 1992.
Fingarette, Herbert. Heavy Drinking: The Myth of Alcoholism as a Disease. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1988.
Fitzgerald, Robert. The Soul of Sponsorship: The Friendship of Fr. Ed Dowling, S.J. and Bill Wilson in Letters. Hazelden, 1995.
Fletcher, Anne M. Sober for Good. New Solutions for Drinking Problems-Advice from Those Who Have Succeeded. NY: Houghton Miflin Company, 2001.
Gilliam, Marianne W. How Alcoholics Anonymous Failed Me. NY: Eagle Brook, 1998.
Hemfelt, Robert and Fowler, Richard. Serenity: A Companion for Twelve Step Recovery. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1990.
Jellinek, E. M. The Disease Concept of Alcoholism. New Haven, CN: College and University Press, 1960.
Johnson, Vernon E. I’ll Quit Tomorrow. New York: Harper & Row, 1973.
K., Mitchell. How It Worked: The Story of Clarence H. Snyder and The Early Days of Alcoholics Anonymous in Cleveland, Ohio. NY: AA Big Book Study Group, 1997.
Ketcham, Katherine, and William F. Asbury (with Mel Schulstad and Arthur P. Ciaramicoli). Beyond the Influence: Understanding and Defeating Alcoholism. New York: Bantam Books, 2000.
Kavanaugh, Philip R. Magnificent Addiction. Discovering Addiction as Gateway to Healing. Santa Rosa, CA: Asland Publishing, 1992.
Kessel, Joseph. The Road Back. A Report on Alcoholics Anonymous. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1962.
Kurtz, Ernest and Ketcham, Katherine. The Spirituality of Imperfection: Modern Wisdom from Classic Stories. New York: Bantam Books, 1992.
Landry, Mim J. Overview of Addiction Treatment Effectiveness. Rev. ed., 1997. U S Department of Health and Human Services.
Larson, Joan Mathews. Alcoholism — The Biochemical Connection: A Breakthrough Seven-Week Self- Treatment Program. NY: Villard Books, 1992.
_____ Seven Weeks to Sobriety. The Proven Program to Fight Alcoholism Through Nutrition. New York: Fawcett Columbine, 1992
McCrady, Barbara S. and Miller, William R. Research on Alcoholics Anonymous. Opportunities and Alternatives. NJ: Publications Division, Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies, 1993.
May, Gerald G. Addiction & Grace: Love and Spirituality in the Healing of Addictions. NY: HarperSanFrancisco 1988.
McQ., Joe. The Steps We Took. Little Rock, AR: August House Publishers, Inc., 1990.
Miller, J. Keith. A Hunger for Healing: The Twelve Steps as a Classic Model for Christian Spiritual Growth. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco 1991.
Nace, Edgar P. The Treatment of Alcoholism. NY: Brunner/Mazel Publishers, 1987.
0., Dr. Paul. There’s more to Quitting Drinking than Quitting Drinking. Laguna Niguel, CA: Sabrina Publishing, 1995.
P., Wally. Back to Basics. The Alcoholics Anonymous Beginners’ Classes. Take all 12 Steps in Four One-Hour Sessions. Tucson, AZ: Faith With Works Publishing Company, 1997.
Parham, A. Philip. Letting God. Christian Meditations for Recovering Persons. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1987.
Peale, Norman Vincent. The Positive Power of Jesus Christ: Life-Changing Adventures in Faith. Pauling, NY: Foundation for Christian Living, 1980.
_____The Power of Positive Thinking. Pauling, NY: Peale Center for Christian Living, 1978.
Peele, Stanton. Diseasing of America. Lexington, MA Lexington Books, 1989.
_____The Truth About Addiction and Recovery (with Archie Brodsky). MA: Lexington Books, 1995.
Poley, Wayne and Lea, Gary, and Vibe, Gail. Alcoholism. A Treatment Manual. NY: Gardner Press, Inc., 1979.
Playfair, William L. The Useful Lie. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 1991.
Ragge, Ken. More Revealed. A Critical Analysis of Alcoholics Anonymous and the Twelve Steps. Henderson, NV: Alert! Publishing, 1991.
_____The Real AA. Behind the Myth of 12-Step Recovery. AZ: Sharp Press, 1998. Rudy, David R. Becoming Alcoholic: Alcoholics Anonymous and the Reality of Alcoholism. IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1986.
Royce, James E. Alcohol Problems and Alcoholism. A Comprehensive Survey. NY: The Free Press, 1981.
Life Recovery Bible, The: The Living Bible. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 1992.
Salomone, Guy. Religious and Spiritual Origins of the Twelve Step Recovery Movement. CA: Lotus Press, 1997.
Seiden, Jerry. Divine or Distorted?: God As We Understand God. San Diego, CA: Recovery Publications, 1993.
Selby, Saul. Twelve Step Christianity. The Christian Roots & Application of the Twelve Steps. MN: Hazelden, 2000.
Self-Help Sourcebook, The: Your Guide to Community and Online Support Groups. 6th.ed. compiled and edited by Barbara J. White and Edward J. Madara, Denville, NJ: American Self-Help Clearinghouse, 1994.
Shoemaker, Samuel M., Jr. Revive Thy Church Beginning with Me. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1948.
_____The Church Alive. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1951.
Spickard, Anderson and Thompson, Barbara R. Dying for a Drink. What You Should Know about Alcoholism. Waco, TX: Word Books Publisher, 1985.
Stafford, Tim. The Hidden Gospel of the 12 Steps. Christianity Today, July 22, 1991.
Trimpey, Jack. Rational Recovery: The New Cure for Substance Addiction. New York:. Pocket Books, 1996. Pocket Books, 1996.
_____Revolutionary Alternative for Overcoming Alcohol and Drug Dependence, A: The Small Book. Rev. ed. NY: Delacorte Press, 1992.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. National Household Survey on Drug Abuse: Main Findings 1996. Rockville, MD: SAMHSA, Office of Applied Studies, 1998.
Vaillant, George E. The Natural History of Alcoholism Revisited. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995.
Van Impe, Jack and Campbell, Roger F. Alcohol: The Beloved Enemy. Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1980.
Vaughan, Clark. Addictive Thinking: The Road to Recovery for Problem Drinkers and Those Who Love Them. NY: The Viking Press, 1982.
Wallis, Jim. Faith Works. Lessons from the Life of an Activist Preacher. NY: Random House, 2000.
W., Searcy. A Study Book on my “Alcoholism Recovery” Since May 10, 1946 and a History of How Early AA. Groups Started. Revised. Dallas, TX: Searcy W., 1993.
Washton, Arnold and Boundy, Donna. Willpower’s Not Enough. Understanding and Recovering from Addictions of Every Kind. NY: Harper & Row Publishers, 1989
Way Home, The: A Spiritual Approach to Recovery. Orlando, FL: Bridge Builders, Inc., 1996.
White, William L. Slaying The Dragon: The History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery in America. Bloomington, IL: Chestnut Health Systems/Lighthouse Institute, 1998.
Wing, Nell. Grateful to have Been There: My 42 Years with Bill and Lois and the Evolution of Alcoholics Anonymous. Park Ridge, IL: Parkside Publishing Corporation, 1992.
The Bible — Versions of and Books About
Authorized King James Version. New York: Thomas Nelson, 1984.
Benson, Clarence H. A Popular History of Christian Education. Chicago: Moody Press.
Bullinger, Ethelbert W. A Critical Lexicon and Concordance to the English and Greek New Testament. Michigan: Zondervan, 1981.
Burns, Kenneth Charles. “The Rhetoric of Christology.” Masters thesis, San Francisco State University, 1991.
Every Catholic’s Guide to the Sacred Scriptures. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1990.
Gray, James M. Synthetic Bible Studies: Containing an Outline Study of Every Book of the Bible, With Suggestions for Sermons, Addresses and Bible Expositions. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company.
Harnack, Adolph. The Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, Volume I, 1904; Volume II, 1905.
Jukes, Andrew. The Names of GOD in Holy Scripture. Michigan: Kregel Publications, 1967.
Kohlenberger, John R., III, gen. ed. The Contemporary Parallel New Testament. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.
Mau, Charles P. James M. Gray As a Christian Educator. Master’s thesis, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1963.
Megivern, James J. Official Catholic Teachings. Bible Interpretation. North Carolina: McGrath Publishing Company, 1978.
Moffatt, James. A New Translation of the Bible. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1954. New Bible Dictionary. 2d ed. Wheaton, Illinois: Tyndale House Publishers, 1987.
On, J. Edwin. Full Surrender. London: Marshall, Morgan & Scott, 1951.
Phillips, J. B. The New Testament in Modern English. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1958.
Puskas, Charles B. An Introduction to the New Testament. Mass.: Hendrickson Publishers, 1989.
Recovery Devotional Bible. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House, 1993.
Revised Standard Version. New York: Thomas Nelson, 1952.
Serenity. A Companion for Twelve Step Recovery. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 1990.
Schaff, Philip. History of the Christian Church. Grand Rapids, MI: Win. B. Eerdmans, Volume II, 1956.
Strong, James. The Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. Iowa: Riverside Book and Bible House, nd.
The Abingdon Bible Commentary. New York: Abingdon Press, 1929.
The Companion Bible. Michigan: Zondervan Bible Publishers, 1964.
The Life Recovery Bible. Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, 1992.
The Revised English Bible. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.
Vine, W. E. Vine’s Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1981.
Young’s Analytical Concordance to the Bible. New York: Thomas Nelson, 1982.
Zodhiates, Spiros. The Hebrew-Greek Key Study Bible. 6th ed. AMG Publishers, 1991.
Chambers, Oswald. My Utmost for His Highest. London: Simpkin Marshall, Ltd., 1927.
Clark, Glenn, I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1937.
Dunnington, Lewis L. Handles of Power. New York: Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1942.
Fosdick, Harry Emerson. The Meaning of Prayer. New York: Association Press, 1915.
Holm, Nora Smith. The Runner’s Bible. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1915.
Jones, E. Stanley. Abundant Living. New York: Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1942.
____Victorious Living. New York: Abingdon Press, 1936.
Parham, A. Philip. Letting God: Christian Meditations for Recovering Persons. New York: Harper & Row, 1987.
Prescott, D. M. A New Day. Daily Readings for Our Time. New ed. London: Grosvenor Books, 1979.
The Upper Room. Daily Devotions for Family and Individual Use. Quarterly. 1st issue: April, May, June, 1935. Edited by Grover Carlton Emmons., Nashville: General Committee on Evangelism through the Department of Home Missions, Evangelism, Hospitals, Board of Missions, Methodist Episcopal Church, South.
The Two Listeners. God Calling. Edited by A. J. Russell. Australia: DAYSTAR, 1953. Tileston, Mary W. Daily Strength for Daily Needs. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1893.
Publications by or about the Oxford Group & Oxford Group People
A Day in Pennsylvania Honoring Frank Nathan Daniel Buchman in Pennsburg and Allentown. Oregon: Grosvenor Books, 1992.
Allen, Geoffrey Francis. He That Cometh. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1933.
Almond, Harry J. Foundations for Faith. 2d ed. London: Grosvenor Books, 1980.
_____Iraqi Statesman. A Portrait of Mohammed Fadhel Jamali. Salem, OR: Grosvenor Books, 1993.
Austin, H. W. “Bunny”. Frank Buchman As I Knew Him. London: Grosvenor Books, 1975.
______ Moral Re-Armament: The Battle for Peace. London: William Heinemann, 1938.
Batterson, John E. How to Listen to God. Np., n.d.
Bayless, W. N. The Oxford Group: A Way of Life, n.d.
Becker, Mrs. George. “Quiet Time in the Home.” Np., n.d.
Begbie, Harold. Life Changers. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1927.
____Souls in Action. New York: Hodder & Stoughton, 1911.
____Twice-Born Men. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1909.
Belden, David C. The Origins and Development of the Oxford Group (Moral ReArmament). D. Phil. Dissertation, Oxford University, 1976.
Belden, Kenneth D. Beyond The Satellites: Is God is Speaking-Are We Listening? London: Grosvenor Books, 1987.
______Meeting Moral Re-Armament. London: Grosvenor Books, 1979.
______Reflections on Moral Re-Armament. London: Grosvenor Books, 1983.
______The Hour of the Helicopter. Somerset, England: Linden Hall, 1992. Bennett, John C. Social Salvation. New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1935. Benson, Clarence Irving. The Eight Points of the Oxford Group. London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1936.
Blair, David. For Tomorrow-Yes! Compiled and edited from David Blair’s Notebook by Jane Mullen Blair & Friends. New York: Exposition Press, 1981.
Blair, Emily Newell. “The Oxford Group Challenges America.” Good Housekeeping, October, 1936.
Blake, Howard C. Way to Go: Adventures in Search of God’s Will. Burbank, CA: Pooh Stix Press, 1992.
Braden, Charles Samuel. These Also Believe. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1951.
Brown, Philip Marshall. The Venture of Belief. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1935.
Buchman, Frank N. D. Remaking the World. London: Blandford Press, 1961.
_____and Sherwood Eddy. Ten Suggestions for Personal Work (not located).
_____The Revolutionary Path. Moral Re-Armament in the thinking of Frank Buchman. London: Grosvenor, 1975.
_____Where Personal Work Begins. Extracts and notes from talks given at the Lily Valley Conference near Kuling, China 1-13 August, 1918. London: Grosvenor Books, 1984.
Frank Buchman-80. Compiled by His Friends. London: Blandford Press, 1958.
Bundy, David D. Keswick: A Bibliographic Introduction to the Higher Life Movements. Wilmore, Kentucky: B. L. Fisher Library of Asbury Theological Seminary, 1975.
_____Keswick and the Experience of Evangelical Piety.” Chap. 7 in Modern Christian Revivals. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1992.
Campbell, Paul. The Art of Remaking Men. Bombay: Himmat Publications, 1970.
_____The Strategy of St. Paul. London: Grosvenor Books, 1956.
_____and Peter Howard. Remaking Men. New York: Arrowhead Books, 1954.
Cantrill, Hadley. The Psychology of Social Movements. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1941.
Carey, Walter, Bishop of Bloemfontein. The Group System and the Catholic Church.. Archives of the Episcopal Church, Austin, Texas, n.d.
Chesteron, G. K. The Well and The Shallows, circa 1935, pp. 435-39.
Clapp, Charles, Jr. The Big Bender. New York: Harper & Row, 1938.
_____.Drinking’s Not the Problem. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1949.
Clark, Walter Houston. The Oxford Group: Its History and Significance. New York: Bookinan Associates, 1951.
Cook, Sydney and Garth Lean. The Black and White Book: A Handbook of Revolution. London: Blandford Press, 1972.
Crossman, R. H. S. Oxford and the Groups. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1934.
Crothers, Susan. Susan and God. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1939.
Day, Sherwood Sunderland. The Principles of the Group. Oxford: University Press, n.d.
Dayton, Donald W., ed. The Higher Christian Life. Sources for the Study of the Holiness, Pentecostal and Keswick Movements. New York: Garland Publishing, 1984.
Dinger, Clair M. Moral Re-Armament. A Study of Its Technical and Religious Nature in the Light of Catholic Teaching. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 1961.
“Discord in Oxford Group: Buchmanites Ousted by Disciple from N.Y. Parish House.” Newsweek. November 24, 1941.
Dorsey, Theodore H. From a Far Country: The Conversion Story of a Campaigner for Christ. Huntington, Indiana: Our Sunday Visitor Press, n.d.
Drakeford, John W. People to People Therapy. New York: Harper & Row, 1978.
Driberg, Tom. The Mystery of Moral Re-Armament. A Study of Frank Buchman and His Movement. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1965.
du Maurier, Daphne. Come Wind, Come Weather. London: William Heinemann, 1941.
Entwistle, Basil, and John McCook Roots. Moral Re-Armament: What Is It? Pace Publications, 1967.
Eister, Allan W. Drawing Room Conversion. Durham: Duke University Press, 1950.
Ferguson, Charles W. The Confusion of Tongues. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran Company, Inc., 1940.
Foot, Stephen. Life Began Yesterday. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1935.
Ford, John C., S.J. Moral Re-Armament and Alcoholics Anonymous. NCCA “Blue Book,” Vol. 10, 1968.
Forde, Eleanor Napier. Guidance. What It Is and How to Get It. Paper presented by Eleanor Napier Forde at Minnewaska, NY, September, 1927.
_____The Guidance of God. London: The Oxford Group, 1927.
Gordon, Anne Wolrige. Peter Howard, Life and Letters. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1969.
Gray, Betty. Watersheds: Journey to a faith. London: Grosvenor, 1986.
Grensted, L. W. The Person of Christ. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1933.
Grogan, William. John Rife of the Steelworkers. New York: Coward — McCann, 1959.
Hadden, Richard M. “Christ’s Program for World-Reconstruction: Studies in the Sermon on the Mount.” The Calvary Evangel, 1934-35, pp. 11-14, 44-49, 73-77, 104-07, 133-36.
Hamilton, A. S. Loudon. MRA: How It All Began. London: Moral Re-Armament, 1968.
____Some Basic Principles of Christian Work. The Oxford Group, n.d.
_____”Description of the First Century Christian Fellowship.” Vol. 2, The Messenger, June, 1923.
Hamlin, Bryan T. Moral Re-Armament and Forgiveness in International Affairs. London: Grosvenor, 1992.
Harris, Irving. An Outline of the Life of Christ. New York: The Oxford Group, 1935.
____Out in Front: Forerunners of Christ. A Study of the Lives of Eight Great Men. New York: The Calvary Evangel, 1942.
____The Breeze of the Spirit. New York: The Seabury Press, 1978. Harrison, Marjorie. Saints Run Mad. London: John Lane, Ltd., 1934.
Henderson, Michael. A Different Accent. Richmond, VA: Grosvenor Books USA, 1985.
____All Her Paths Are Peace: Women Pioneers in Peacemaking. CT: Kumerian Press, 1994.
____Hope for a Change. Commentaries by an Optimistic Realist. Salem, OR: Grosvenor Books, 1991.
____On History‘s Coattails: Commentaries by an English Journalist in America. Richmond, VA: Grosvenor USA, 1988.
Henson, Herbert Hensley. The Oxford Group Movement. London: Oxford University Press, 1933.
Hicks, Roger. How Augustine Found Faith: Told in his own words from F. J. Sheed’s translation of The Confessions of St. Augustine. Np., 1956.
____How to Read the Bible. London: Moral Re-Armament, 1940.
____Letters to Parsi. London: Blandford Press, 1960.
____The Endless Adventure. London: Blandford Press, 1964.
____The Lord’s Prayer and Modern Man. London: Blandford Press, 1967.
Hofineyr, Bremer. How to Change. New York: Moral Re-Armament, n.d.
_____How to Listen. London: The Oxford Group, 1941.
Holme, Reginald. A Journalist for God: The memoirs of Reginald Holme. London: A Bridge Builders Publication, 1995.
Holmes-Walker, Wilfrid. The New Enlistment. London: The Oxford Group, circa 1937.
Howard, Peter. Frank Buchman ‘s Secret. Garden City: New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1961.
_____Fighters Ever. London: William Heinemann, 1941
_____Innocent Men. London: William Heinemann, 1941.
_____Ideas Have Legs. London: Muller, 1945.
_____That Man Frank Buchman. London: Blandford Press, 1946.
_____The World Rebuilt. New York. Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1951.
Hunter, T. Willard, with assistance from M.D.B. A.A. ‘s Roots in the Oxford Group. New York: A.A. Archives, 1988.
____Press Release. Buchman Events/Pennsylvania, October 19, 1991.
____”It Started Right There” Behind the Twelve Steps and the Self-help Movement. Oregon: Grosvenor Books, 1994.
____The Spirit of Charles Lindbergh. Another Dimension. Lanham, MD: Madison Books, 1993.
____Uncommon Friends’ Uncommon Friend. A tribute to James Draper Newton, on the occasion of his eighty-fifth birthday. (Pamphlet, March 30, 1990).
____World Changing Through Life Changing. Thesis, Newton Center, Mass: Andover-Newton Theological School, 1977.
Hutchinson, Michael. A Christian Approach to Other Faiths. London: Grosvenor Books, 1991.
____The Confessions. (privately published study of St. Augustine’s Confessions). Jaeger, Clara. Philadelphia Rebel: The Education of a Bourgeoise. Virginia: Grosvenor, 1988.
Jones, Olive M. Inspired Children. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1933.
____Inspired Youth. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1938.
Kitchen, V. C. I Was a Pagan. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1934.
Kestne, Eugene. The Lord of History. Boston: Daughters of St. Paul, 1980.
Koenig, His Eminence Franz Cardinal. True Dialogue. Oregon: Grosvenor USA, 1986.
Laun, Ferdinand. Unter Gottes Fuhring. The Oxford Group, nd.
Lean, Garth. Cast Out Your Nets. London: Grosvenor, 1990.
____Frank Buchman: A Life. London: Constable, 1985.
____Good God, It Works. London: Blandford Press, 1974.
____Joyful Remembrance. London: Executors of Garth D. Lean, 1994.
____On the Tail of a Comet. The Life of Frank Buchman. Colorado Springs: Helmers & Howard, 1988.
____and Morris Martin. New Leadership. London: William Heinemann, 1936. Leon, Philip. A Philosopher’s Quiet Time. N.p., n.d.
____The Philosophy of Courage or the Oxford Group Way. New York: Oxford University Press, 1939.
“Less Buchmanism.” Time, November 24, 1941.
Letter 7, The: The South African Adventure. A Miracle Working God Abroad. Oxford: The Groups, A First Century Christian Fellowship, 1930.
Macintosh, Douglas C. Personal Religion. New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1942.
Mackay, Malcom George. More than Coincidence. Edinburgh: The Saint Andrew Press, 1979.
Macmillan, Ebenezer. Seeking and Finding. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1933.
Margetson, The Very Reverend Provost. The South African Adventure. The Oxford Group, nd.
Martin, Morris H. Always a Little Further. Four Lives of a Luckie Felowe. AZ: Elm Street Press, 2001.
_____ The Thunder and the Sunshine. Washington D.C.: MRA, n.d.
_____Born to Live in the Future. n.l.: Up With People, 1991. McAll, Dr. Frances. So what’s the alternative? London: Moral Re-Armament, 1974.
Molony, John N. Moral Re-Armament. Melbourne: The Australian Catholic Truth Society Record, June 10, 1956.
Mottu, Philippe. The Story of Caux. London: Grosvenor, 1970.
Mowat, R. C. Modern Prophetic Voices. From Kierkegaard to Buchman. Oxford: New Cherwel Press, 1994.
_____.The Message of Frank Buchman. London: Blandford Press, nd.
_____.Report on Moral Re-Armament. London: Blandford Press, 1955.
_____Creating the European Community. London, 1973.
_____Decline and Renewal: Europe Ancient and Modern. Oxford: New Cherwel Press, 1991.
Moyes, John S. American Journey. Sydney: Clarendon Publishing Co., n. d.
Murray, Robert H. Group Movements Throughout the Ages. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1935.
Newton, Eleanor Forde. I Always Wanted Adventure. London: Grosvenor, 1992.
____Echoes From The Heart. Fort Myers Beach, Florida, 1986.
Newton, James Draper. Uncommon Friends: Life with Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone, Alexis Carrel, & Charles Lindbergh. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1987.
Nichols, Beverley. The Fool Hath Said. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1936.
Orglmeister, Peter. An Ideology for Today. Pamphlet, 1965.
Perry, Edward T. God Can Be Real. Moral Re-Armament, Inc., 1969.
Petrocokino, Paul. The New Man for the New World. Cheshire: Paul Petrocokino, nd.
_____The Right Direction. Great Britain: The City Press of Chester, Ltd., n.d.
_____An Experiment: Try This For a Fortnight. Privately published pamphlet, nd. Phillimore, Miles. Just for Today. Privately published pamphlet, 1940.
Prescott, D. M. A New Day: Daily Readings for Our Time. New ed. London: Grosvenor Book, 1979.
Raynor, Frank D., and Leslie D. Weatherhead. The Finger of God. London: Group Publications, Ltd., 1934.
Reynolds, Amelia S. New Lives for Old. New York. Fleming H. Revell, 1929.
Roots, The Right Reverend Herbert, Bishop of Hankow, China. The Two Options. The Oxford Group, 1934.
Roots, John McCook. An Apostle to Youth. Oxford, The Oxford Group, 1928.
Rose, Cecil. When Man Listens. New York: Oxford University Press, 1937.
Rose, Howard J. The Quiet Time. New York: Oxford Group at 61 Gramercy Park, North, 1937.
Russell, Arthur J. For Sinners Only. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1932.
____One Thing I Know. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1933.
Sangster, W. E. God Does Guide Us. New York: The Abingdon Press, 1934.
Sherry, Frank H. and Mahlon H. Hellerich. The Formative Years of Frank N. D. Buchman. (Reprint of article at Frank Buchman home in Allentown, Pennsylvania).
Spencer, F. A. M. The Meaning of the Groups. London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1934.
Spoerri, Theophil. Dynamic out of Silence: Frank Buchman ‘s Relevance Today. Translated by John Morrison. London: Grosvenor Books, 1976.
Streeter, Burnett Hillman. The God Who Speaks. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1936.
____Reality. London, 1943.
Suenens, Rt. Rev. Msgr. The Right View of Moral Re-Armament. London: Burns and Oates, 1952.
The Bishop of Leicester, Chancellor R. J. Campbell and the Editor of the “Church of England Newspaper.” Stories of our Oxford House Party., July 17, 1931.
The Groups in South Africa 1930. South Africa: The Groups, 1930.
The Layman with a Notebook. What Is the Oxford Group? London: Oxford University Press, 1933.
Thornhill, Alan. One Fight More. London: Frederick Muller, 1943.
____.The Significance of the Life of Frank Buchman. London: Moral Re-Armament, 1952.
____Best of Friends. A Life of Enriching Friendships. United Kingdom, Marshall Pickering, 1986.
Thornton-Duesbury, Julian P. Sharing. The Oxford Group. nd.
____The Oxford Group. A Brief Account of its Principles and Growth. London: The Oxford Group, 1947.
____The Open Secret of MRA. London: Blandford, 1964.
____A Visit to Caux: First-hand experience of Moral Re-Armament in action. London: The Oxford Group, 1960.
“Calvary’s Eviction of Buchman.” Time Magazine, November 24, 1941.
Twitchell, Kenaston. Do You Have to Be Selfish. New York: Moral Re-Armament, n.d.
____How Do You Make Up Your Mind. New York: Moral Re-Armament, nd.
____Regeneration in the Ruhr. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1981.
____Supposing Your Were Absolutely Honest. New York: Moral Re-Armament, n.d.
____The Strength of a Nation: Absolute Purity. New York: Moral Re-Armament, n.d.
Van Dusen, Henry P. “Apostle to the Twentieth Century: Frank N. D. Buchman.” The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 154, pp. 1-16 (July 1934).
_____ “The Oxford Group Movement: An Appraisal.” The Atlantic Monthly. Vol. 154, pp. 230-252 (August 1934).
Viney, Hallen. How Do I Begin? The Oxford Group, 61 Gramercy Park, New York., 1937.
Vrooman, Lee. The Faith That Built America. New York: Arrowhead Books, Inc., 1955.
Waddy, Charis. The Skills of Discernment. London: Grosvenor Books, 1977.
Walter, Howard A. Soul Surgery: Some Thoughts On Incisive Personal Work. Oxford: The Oxford Group, 1928.
Watt, Frederick B. Great Bear: A Journey Remembered. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada: The Northern Publishers, 1980:
Weatherhead, Leslie D. Discipleship. London: Student Christian Movement Press, 1934.
____How Can I Find God? London: Fleming H. Revell, 1934.
____Psychology and Life. New York: Abingdon Press, 1935.
West, The Right Rev. George. The World That Works. London: Blandford, 1945.
Williamson, Geoffrey. Inside Buchmanism. New York: Philosophical Library, Inc., 1955.
Winslow, Jack C. Church in Action (no data available to author).
____Vital Touch with God. How to Carry on Adequate Devotional Life. The Evangel, 8 East 40th St., New York, nd.
____When I Awake. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1938.
____Why I Believe in the Oxford Group. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1934.
Books by or about Oxford Group Mentors
Bushnell, Horace. The New Life. London: Strahan & Co., 1868.
Chapman, J. Wilbur. Life and Work of Dwight L. Moody. Philadelphia, 1900.
Cheney, Mary B. Life and Letters of Horace Bushnell. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1890.
Drummond, Henry. Essays and Addresses. New York: James Potts & Company, 1904.
_____Natural Law in the Spiritual World. Potts Edition.
_____The Changed Life. New York: James Potts & Company, 1891.
_____The Greatest Thing in the World and Other Addresses. London: Collins, 1953.
_____The Ideal Life. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1897.
_____The New Evangelism and Other Papers. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1899.
Edwards, Robert L. Of Singular Genius, of Singular Grace: A Biography of Horace Bushnell. Cleveland: The Pilgrim Press, 1992.
Findlay, James F., Jr. Dwight L. Moody American Evangelist. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1969.
Fitt, Emma Moody, Day by Day with D. L. Moody. Chicago: Moody Press, n.d.
Goodspeed, Edgar J. The Wonderful Career of Moody and Sankey in Great Britain and America. New York: Henry S. Goodspeed & Co., 1876.
Guldseth, Mark O. Streams. Alaska: Fritz Creek Studios, 1982.
Hopkins, C. Howard. John R. Mott, a Biography. Grand Rapids: William B. Erdmans Publishing Company, 1979.
James, William. The Varieties of Religious Experience. New York: First Vintage Books/The Library of America, 1990.
Meyer, F. B. Five Musts. Chicago: Moody Press, 1927.
____The Secret of Guidance. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1896.
Moody, Paul D. My Father: An Intimate Portrait of Dwight Moody. Boston: Little Brown, 1938.
Moody, William R. The Life of D. L. Moody. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1900. Mott, John R. The Evangelization of the World in This Generation. London, 1901.
Mott, John R. The Evangelization of the World in this Generation, London, 1901.
____Addresses and Papers (no further data at this time).
____Five Decades and a Forward View. 4th ed. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1939. Pollock, J. C. Moody: A Biographical Portrait of the Pacesetter in Modern Mass Evangelism. New York: Macmillan, 1963.
Smith, George Adam. The Life of Henry Drummond. New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1901.
Speer, Robert E. Studies of the Man Christ Jesus. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1896.
____The Marks of a Man. New York: Hodder & Stoughton, 1907.
____The Principles of Jesus. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1902.
Stewart, George, Jr. Life of Henry B. Wright. New York: Association Press, 1925.
Wright, Henry B. The Will of God and a Man’s Lifework. New York: The Young Men’s Christian Association Press, 1909.
Publications by or about Samuel Moor Shoemaker, Jr.
Shoemaker, Samuel Moor, Jr., “A ‘Christian Program.”’ In Groups That Work. The Key to Renewal.., for Churches, Communities, and Individuals. Compiled by Walden Howard and the Editors of Faith At Work. Michigan: Zondervan, 1967.