Anyone who had read "The Greatest Thing in the World" could not help but desire to see and hear its author; and, when Professor Drummond visited Boston in the spring of 1893, the capacity of lecture halls was taxed to the utmost. To accommodate thousands turned away, he repeated some of his lectures in the Lowell Institute Course, Boston. Included are "Stones Rolled Away," "An Address To The Man Who Is Down," "One Way to Help Boys," "An Appeal to the Outsider: Or, the Claims of Christianity," "Life on the Top Floor," "The Kingdom of God and Your Part in It," and "The Three Elements of a Complete Life."
by Henry Drummond
by Richard Henry Drummond
by Henry Drummond, Ruth L. Miller
by Henry James
by Henry Adams
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