William Booth’s Army of Salvation

At The Los Angeles Times, Diane Winston celebrates the life and legacy of William Booth, the founder of the Salvation Army, who died 100 years ago next month. “Booth’s message that Christians have an obligation to actively engage in civic life is timely,” writes Winston. “And it’s important to remember what he urged his followers to do.”

Read at The Los Angeles Times

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