1 edition of Moral re-armament. found in the catalog.
Presented by Mr. Truman. Ordered printed June 8 (legislative day, June 5), 1939.
|Series||[U.S.] 76th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc., 82|
|Contributions||Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972.|
|LC Classifications||BJ10.M6 M6 1939|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 10 p.|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||39026838|
Title Moral Re-armament records, Summary Correspondence, play and film scripts, radio and television broadcasting files, subject files, financial records, press releases, clippings, print and near-print material, scrapbooks, and other records documenting the policies, organization, programs, activities, and membership of the Moral Re-Armament organization (MRA). With its mixture of American evangelicalism, popular psychology and show business, Moral Re-Armament attracted men and women on six continents. This book traces Moral Re-Armament’s reinventions over fifty years, from its Ivy League beginnings to its spiritual heirs, Up With People and Alcoholics Anonymous. €
MORAL AND SPIRITUAL RE-ARMAMENT. Buchman entered with a renewed sense of urgency. 'I am trying to find an approach that will give the message more intelligently to an age that needs it, but is desperately afraid of it,' he wrote at the time. Then Austin produced a book containing the calls for Moral Re-Armament in various countries, together with vivid personal stories by himself, the unemployed leader Bill Rowell, and others. Work on the book began on 1 December; it was printed and on the bookstalls on 14 December.
Or start at this prefix. Moral re-armament -- Biography (1 title); Moral rearmament: see Moral re-armament; Moral relativism: see Ethical relativism; Moral responsibility: see Responsibility; Moral theology: see Christian ethics; Moral virtues: see Cardinal virtues; Morale (subtopics); Morale, Employee: see Employee morale; Moralities (2 titles, plus subtopics). Frank Buchman, founder of the conservative religious group called Moral Re-Armament, actually hinted that Hitler might be an agent of the divine.
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"Hundreds of thousands of people have been influenced, either directly or indirectly, by Moral Re-Armament s beliefs and practices. Until recently, we have lacked a scholarly book that analyzed that controversial, protean, and (at times) astonishing movement.4/5(1).
This book traces Moral Re-Armament's reinventions over fifty years, from its Ivy League beginnings to its spiritual heirs, Up With People and Alcoholics Anonymous.
Show all. About the authors. DANIEL SACK is a historian of American religion who has taught at Princeton University, Columbia Theological Seminary, and Hope College, : Palgrave Moral re-armament.
book US. Then there were a few bad results for the Moral Re-Armament folks. The four students who organized the Harvard demonstration have been gathering material to show the alleged right-wing nature of. OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 19 cm: Contents: Young America's new idea --What is moral re-armament?--What has it done?--How did it start?--How does it operate?--Who is in charge?--What are its aims?--Associated Press news story of Gestapo report on the Oxford Group, December --Letter from U.S.
Senator H. Alexander Smith in the Princeton alumni weekly. N.C.C.A. "BLUE BOOK", Vol. 10, MORAL RE-ARMAMENT AND ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Reverend John C. Ford, S.J. Some of the original inspiration of A.A. came from the Oxford Groups, which are now called MRA, or Moral Rearmament.
It was an Oxford grouper who first came to Bill W., the co-founder of A.A. in November,to tell him how he had. Glenn Close Reveals She Spent Her Childhood in a Cult -- the Moral Re-Armament "You basically weren't allowed to do anything," she said of her youth.
Moral re-armament, a study of its technical and religious nature in the light of Catholic teaching, (Washington, Catholic University of America Press, ), by Clair Melvin Dinger (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Filed under: Moral re-armament -- Biography.
Frank Buchman: A Life (), by Garth Lean (HTML at ). Reflections on Moral Rearmament by Kenneth D. Belden and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Report on moral re-armament. London, Blandford Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R C Mowat.
Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 22 cm: Reviews. User-contributed reviews. Glenn Close's sister writes a memoir of mental illness. in the s when she was 6 and they became devotees of the cult-like Moral Re-Armament (MRA).
Glenn Close, legendary actress whose roles needn't be listed for reference (Damages), spoke in a new issue of The Hollywood Reporter about her childhood spent in what the magazine calls a "violently anti-intellectual and possibly homophobic".
The cult, known as the Moral Re-Armament, was led by Rev. Frank Buchman, an evangelical fundamentalist from Pennsylvania.
The book is slightly quirky because most of the examples have grown from people who have attended meetings sponsored by a sometimes controversial group called Moral Re-Armament. Its archaic name mostly reflects the s Oxford origins of the group. A book by the director of the Moral Re‐Armament movement, with a foreword by Richard Cardinal Cushing of Boston, is being distributed in New York and Boston this week.
The latest M.R.A, annual re port says that “in the past year Moral Re‐Armament has continued to help carry for ward the program of Up With People”—contributions for were listed as. Close was 7 years old when her dad, a Harvard-educated doctor from a long line of New England blue bloods, joined the religious group known as the Moral Re-Armament.
Moral Re-Armament’s followers hailed it as the most important spiritual movement of the twentieth century. It claimed supporters from Mohandas Gandhi to Mae West, who praised its contributions to global understanding and personal happiness. Critics saw MRA as naïve and possibly dangerous, cozy with fascism or a front for corporate power.
Moral Re-Armament. likes. Moral Re-Armament was an international moral and spiritual movement that, indeveloped from American minister Frank. Peter Dunsmore Howard (20 December – 25 February ) was a British journalist, playwright, captain of the England national rugby union team who was the head of the Moral Re-Armament movement from to He also won a World Championship bobsleigh medal in Biography.
Born in Maidenhead, England, Howard was educated at Mill Hill mater: University of Oxford. With its mixture of American evangelicalism, popular psychology and show business, Moral Re-Armament attracted men and women on six continents.
This book traces Moral Re-Armament's reinventions over fifty years, from its Ivy League beginnings to its spiritual heirs, Up With People and Alcoholics Anonymous. Moral Re-Armament (MRA) was an international moral and spiritual movement that, indeveloped from the American minister Frank Buchman's Oxford n headed MRA for 23 years until his death in In the movement was renamed Initiatives of Change.
The cultural and educational group Up With People can trace its roots to a song with the same name and a worldwide reform movement called Moral Re-Armament or MRA.
The founder of. The moral re-armament programme conducted by We were also asked to write down all of our thought in a small yellow note book provided by the institution. Little did we know that this notebook will become a prized possession for the next few days.The Spiritual Vision of Frank Buchman is an in-depth look at the life, spirituality, and ideology of one of the most original figures in twentieth-century religion.
Frank Buchman (–), the Pennsylvania-born initiator of the movement known as the Oxford Group and Moral Re-Armament, was a Lutheran pastor who first had influence as a college evangelist and missionary with the : Philip Boobbyer.