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CHARLES R. ERDMAN
Professor of Practical Theology
Author of "The Gospel of John, an Exposition,"
F. M. BRASELMAN
The Bible text printed in boldface is taken from the American Standard Edition of the
THE STUDENTS OF
PRINCETON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY MY FRIENDS AND FELLOW WORKERS
IN FURTHERANCE OF THE GOSPEL
In peace or war, in the past or present, no project has been so bold, no adventure so thrilling, as the enterprise of carrying the gospel to the whole world. The Acts tells how this work was begun, and how the good news was brought across the imperial provinces from Jerusalem to Rome, not by a single messenger or by individual effort, but by the rapid extension of the Christian Church. The book is a record of heroic achievement and inspired eloquence, a treasury of truths vital to believers, a manual of methods for evangelists and missionaries, and a witness to the unceasing activity of the living Christ and to the present power of his divine Spirit. Those to whom the story is quite familiar will be the most eager to read it anew, for they know best its value and its charm.