C. T. Studd was one of the Cambridge Seven in the 1800s. These men dedicated their lives to Christian missions work. This bold treatise by Studd encourages Christians to be bold in sharing their faith - to contain inner granite rather than melting chocolate. This is an impassioned look at taking faith seriously in a time when comfort was sought with greater enthusiasm.
Narrated by Glenn Hascall.
Public Domain (P)2015 Glenn Hascall
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"A Creative Way of Pointing Out Apathy"
No more excuses to melt away in nominal Christianity. It is a clear cut choice. Very inspirational.
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