Crawford, Mary K. The Shantung Revival.  1933 First Edition printed in China
Crawford, Mary K. The Shantung Revival.  1933 First Edition printed in China
Crawford, Mary K. The Shantung Revival.  1933 First Edition printed in China
Crawford, Mary K. The Shantung Revival.  1933 First Edition printed in China
Crawford, Mary K. The Shantung Revival.  1933 First Edition printed in China
Crawford, Mary K. The Shantung Revival.  1933 First Edition printed in China
Crawford, Mary K. The Shantung Revival.  1933 First Edition printed in China

Crawford, Mary K. The Shantung Revival. 1933 First Edition printed in China

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Crawford, Mary K. The Shantung Revival; North China Mission of the Southern Baptist Convention, Tsinan, China. Shanghai, China: The China Baptist Publication Society, 1933. First Edition.

Blue cloth with gilt title & design on front, binding clean and very good. Front paste-down inscribed, "Anna James Wright from Katherine Murray, Chingchow, Honan, China," with a signed card laid in, "Compliments of Katie Murray, Changchow, Honan, China," with printed Christmas & New Year greetings. Recent former owner's signature on ffep. 5 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches, (viii.) 106 clean pp., one internal hinge weak, several page corner tips creased - a somewhat fragile production that should be handled with care. Several b/w illustrations from photographs. Good. Hardcover.  [4044]

No. 1298 in Roberts, Revival Literature: Annotated Bibliography. "Covers the approximate period from 1930-1933."

Starr, A Baptist Bibliography, no. CC2457.

The inscription and signed card are by Katherine "Katie" Murray (1897-1982), Southern Baptist missionary to China and instrumental in this and other revivals.

This remarkable revival is considered by some to be the most significant among Baptists worldwide. Miss Crawford collected testimonies that she could authenticate, and it includes a case of healing of an eighteen year paralytic, among others. She suggests that doubters read A. J. Gordon's book Ministry of Healing, in support of the Biblical basis of divine healing. The book appears to have been printed to send back to supporters in the United States, and this first edition printed in China is rather scarce on the market.